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Pete Murray (IV)

Pete Murray was born on September 19, 1925 in London, England as Peter Murray James. He is an actor, known for Six-Five Special (1957), Thank Your Lucky Stars (1961) and Carnival Time (1967). See full bio »
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 1989 Alexei Sayle's Stuff (TV Series)
- Six Bodybuilders of the Italian Renaissance (1989) ... (as Pete Murray OBE)
 1977 The Mike Reid Show (TV Series)
- Episode #1.2 (1977)
 1974-1975 Second Time Around (TV Series)
D.J. / Disc Jockey
- Father to Be (or Not to Be) (1975) ... D.J. (voice)
- Generation Gap (1974) ... Disc Jockey (voice)
 1974 Whodunnit? (TV Series)
- The Art of Theft (1974) ... Panellist
 1972 The Two Ronnies (TV Series)
Host - 'Come Dancing'
- Episode #2.8 (1972) ... Host - 'Come Dancing'
 1970 Simon Simon (Short)
 1970 The Dirtiest Girl I Ever Met
Man At Party (as Peter Murray)
 1970 A Present for Dickie (TV Series)
TV host
- Mini's Green Eye (1970) ... TV host
 1968 Mum's Boys (TV Series)
Robin Fosdyke
- Where There's a Will (1968) ... Robin Fosdyke
- Cuckoo Plays Cupid (1968) ... Robin Fosdyke
- The Root of Evil (1968) ... Robin Fosdyke
- That's What Friends Are For (1968) ... Robin Fosdyke
- Tune on an Old Fiddle (1968) ... Robin Fosdyke
 1965 No Hiding Place (TV Series)
Bobby Vowles
- Chain of Guilt (1965) ... Bobby Vowles
 1963 Jezebel ex UK (TV Series)
- Sea of Doubt (1963) ... Larry
 1963 The Cool Mikado
Man in Boudoir
 1962 Winning Widows (TV Series)
Flint Clarke
- The Flat-Hunter (1962)
- Episode #2.1 (1962) ... Flint Clarke
 1962 Behave Yourself (Short) (as Mr. Pete Murray)
 1962 Design for Loving
Lloyd Stanford
 1961 The Men from Room 13 (TV Series)
Curly Elphick
 1961 Boyd Q.C. (TV Series)
David Spencer
- The Needle Match (1961) ... David Spencer
 1960 A Taste of Money
 1960 Transatlantic
Robert Stanton
 1960 Maigret (TV Series)
- My Friend the Inspector (1960) ... Phillippe
 1960 Escort for Hire
 1960 Man from Interpol (TV Series)
- The Last Words (1960) ... Haynes
 1960 Peeping Tom
Young Man Embracing Girl (uncredited)
 1956 A Touch of the Sun
Honeymooner (uncredited)
 1956 The Last Enemy (TV Movie)
 1951 No Highway in the Sky
Peter, the Radio Operator (uncredited)
 1950 The Poltergeist (TV Movie)
Bobby Ashley (as Peter Murray)
 1949 A Pair of Spectacles (TV Movie)
Dick Goldfinch (as Peter Murray)
 1948 Lost Daughter
Lieutenant Keith (as Peter Murray)
 1948 Ma's Bit o' Brass (TV Movie)
Photographer (as Peter Murray)
 1948 My Brother Jonathan
Tony Dakers (as Peter Murray)
 1947 Captain Boycott
Young Officer (uncredited)
 1947 Laburnum Grove (TV Movie)
Harold Russ (as Peter Murray)
 1947 Hungry Hill
Lieutenant Fox (as Peter Murray)
 1946 Jane Eyre (TV Movie)
The Reverend Wood (as Peter Murray)
 1946 Caravan
 1944 Time Flies
Chick (Stage Manager) (uncredited)
 1944 The Hundred Pound Window
Office Assistant (uncredited)
 1943 The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp
Extra in Crowd at BBC Bunker (uncredited)
Show Show Self (82 credits)

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Alternate Names:

Mr. Pete Murray | Peter Murray | Pete Murray OBE


6' 1" (1.85 m)

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As well as acting, he became a Disc Jockey in 1949, working for Pirate Radio, and then BBC Radio from 1958 and Commercial Radio from 1983. See more »

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