He acted in Thomas Otway's translation of Moliere's play, "The Cheats of Scapin," at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Harold Lang, Maxwell Shaw, Patrick Wymark, Fulton Mackay and Helen Montague in the cast. Peter Dews was director.
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Peter Sallis OBE | Pete Sallis
5' 5" (1.65 m)
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I've been lucky enough to keep going and I realise now, though it's taken me nearly 100 years, that my voice is distinctive. I'm very lucky indeed.
He did some dubbing work on the English soundtrack of Orson Welles
' movie The Trial
(1962), flying to Paris for a few days to do so. His agent told him he was unlikely to be paid anything for this, not even traveling expenses. Sallis replied that, on the contrary, he would be prepared to pay for the honor of working with Welles, whom he has always described as one of the two true geniuses he has ...
His distinctive voice, used to great effect in Wallace and Gromit