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Peter Pratt (I) (1923–1995)

Peter Pratt was born on March 21, 1923 in Eastbourne, East Sussex, England as Peter William Pratt. He was an actor, known for Doctor Who (1963), Thursday Theatre (1964) and Theatre 625 (1964). He died on January 11, 1995 in London, England. See full bio »

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(age 71) in London, England, UK

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Known For

Doctor Who The Master
(1976-1981)
Thursday Theatre Georges Renaud
(1965)
Theatre 625 Mr. Blunt / Mr. King / Professor Hubbard / Stephan Pocoresco
(1967-1968)
Churchill's People Archbishop Laud
(1975)

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 1983 The Best of Gilbert and Sullivan (Video documentary)
Soloist
 1982 Squadron (TV Series)
Len Travis
- The Veteran (1982) ... Len Travis
 1982 The Story of Ruth
Dr. Peter Ferris
 1976 Doctor Who (TV Series)
The Master
- The Deadly Assassin: Part Four (1976) ... The Master
- The Deadly Assassin: Part Three (1976) ... The Master
- The Deadly Assassin: Part Two (1976) ... The Master
- The Deadly Assassin: Part One (1976) ... The Master
 1975 Churchill's People (TV Series)
Archbishop Laud
- March On, Boys! (1975) ... Archbishop Laud
 1974 Village Hall (TV Series)
Gilbert Lund
- There'll Almost Always Be an England (1974) ... Gilbert Lund
 1974 Fall of Eagles (TV Mini-Series)
Singer
- The Appointment (1974) ... Singer
 1973 Murder Must Advertise (TV Mini-Series)
Mr. Pym
- Episode #1.4 (1973) ... Mr. Pym
- Episode #1.2 (1973) ... Mr. Pym
- Episode #1.1 (1973) ... Mr. Pym
 1973 Z Cars (TV Series)
Fisherman
- Cadet (1973) ... Fisherman
 1973 Play for Today (TV Series)
Fenner
- Jack Point (1973) ... Fenner
 1973 The Brontës of Haworth (TV Mini-Series)
Mr. Woolven
- Home and Abroad (1973) ... Mr. Woolven
- The Little King (1973) ... Mr. Woolven
 1973 Menace (TV Series)
Singer
- The Solarium (1973) ... Singer
 1972 The Edwardians (TV Mini-Series)
Charlie Coburn
- The Reluctant Juggler (1972) ... Charlie Coburn
 1972 Van der Valk (TV Series)
Westermann
- Blue Notes (1972) ... Westermann
 1972 The Challengers (TV Series)
Alan Lowery
- The Tomorrow Business (1972) ... Alan Lowery
 1967-1968 Theatre 625 (TV Series)
Mr. Blunt / Professor Hubbard / Stephan Pocoresco / ...
- The Life Class (1968) ... Mr. Blunt
- The Fall of Kelvin Walker (1968) ... Professor Hubbard
- Hotel Torpe (1967) ... Stephan Pocoresco
- A Night Out (1967) ... Mr. King
 1967 Orlando (TV Series)
Doctor
- In at the Death (1967) ... Doctor
 1965 Thursday Theatre (TV Series)
Georges Renaud
- Traveller Without Luggage (1965) ... Georges Renaud
 1964 The Ordeal of Richard Feverel (TV Series)
The Hon. Peter Brayder
- The Reaping (1964) ... The Hon. Peter Brayder
- Blight (1964) ... The Hon. Peter Brayder
 1964 Festival (TV Series)
Leading Man
- Six Characters in Search of an Author (1964) ... Leading Man
 1962 Dial RIX (TV Series)
Sir Reginald Trumper
- What a Drag (1962) ... Sir Reginald Trumper
 1961 Probation Officer (TV Series)
Doctor Woodall
- Episode #3.8 (1961) ... Doctor Woodall
 1960 Spy-Catcher (TV Series)
Squadron Leader Carcy
- Spitfire Johnnie (1960) ... Squadron Leader Carcy
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in Emlyn Williams' stage adaptation of Ivan Tugenev's novel, "A Month in the Country," at the Cambridge Theatre in London, England with Michael Redgrave, Ingrid Bergman, Fay Compton, Jeremy Brett, Emlyn Williams, and Joanna Dunham in the cast. See more »
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Trivia:

After Roger Delgado, he was the second actor to play the Master, the Doctor's greatest rival Time Lord, in Doctor Who (1963). He played the role in the 1976 serial "The Deadly Assassin". He was succeeded in the role by Geoffrey Beevers, Anthony Ainley, Gordon Tipple, Eric Roberts, Derek Jacobi, John Simm and Michelle Gomez.

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