Knowledge Identifier: +Peter_Sellers
Carol White - She played minor roles in films from 1949 until the late 1950s, when she began to play more substantial supporting roles in films such as "Carry on Teacher" and "Never Let Go" in which she played the girlfriend of Peter Sellers
George Sanders - Sanders' smooth voice, urbane manner and upper-class British accent inspired Peter Sellers' character "Hercules Grytpype-Thynne" in the famous 1950s BBC radio comedy series "The Goon Show
Dick Bentley - In 1951, during the run of "Take It From Here", Bentley briefly returned to Australia to star in a ten-episode radio comedy series, "Gently Bentley", commissioned to celebrate the silver jubilee of the ABC. In 1956, he starred in "And So To Bentley", a sketch-format comedy show for the BBC, co-starring Peter Sellers
Spike Milligan - In late 1952, possibly exacerbated by suppressed tensions between the Goons' stars, Milligan apparently became irrationally convinced that he had to kill Sellers, but when he attempted to gain entry to Sellers's neighbouring flat, armed with a potato knife, he accidentally walked straight through the plate-glass front door
Eric Sykes - In 1957 he wrote and appeared in an edition of "Val Parnell's Saturday Spectacular", the first of two shows in this series that he wrote for Peter Sellers
The Songs for Swinging Sellers album, released in 1959, whose title parodied Frank Sinatra's album Songs for Swinging Lovers, contained material written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden, and featured Sellers performing "Puttin on the Style" (a parody of the skiffle movement's performer Lonnie Donegan).
Eric Sykes - These included a remake of the 1960s episode "Sykes and a Stranger", which had originally featured Leo McKern but the new version saw Peter Sellers taking the role of a childhood sweetheart of Hattie's who arrives on the Sykes's doorstep claiming Hattie as his fiancé
Dr. Strangelove - Cold War - Strangelove"', is a 1964 black comedy film that satirizes the cold war fears of a nuclear conflict between the U.S. and the US. The film was directed, produced, and co-written by Stanley Kubrick, stars Peter Sellers and George C. Scott, and features Sterling Hayden, Keenan Wynn, and Slim Pickens
Nunnally Johnson - In 1964, Johnson adapted daughter Nora Johnson's novel "The World of Henry Orient" into a film of the same title, starring Peter Sellers
Eddra Gale - She appeared in the role of Peter Sellers' wife, Anna Fassbender, in "What's New Pussycat-" , as a guest in "Hotel Paradiso" , and in two dozen other small parts in television and film until 1980
Dickie Valentine - In 1966 Valentine partnered with Peter Sellers on the ATV sketch show "The Dickie Valentine Show"
Maria Grazia Buccella - In 1966, she played the beauty Miss Okra in the Peter Sellers film "After the Fox"
Dave Cash (disc jockey) - After Parliament outlawed pirates, Cash joined Radio Luxembourg, in 1967 he became one of the first-day DJs on Radio One. Cash's popular Sunday show "Cash At Four" attracted guest such as Peter Sellers, Spike_Milligan, John Cleese, Lady Antonia Fraser, Rolf Harris, and David Bellamy
Steve Carell - He has several other projects in the works, including a remake of the 1967 Peter Sellers film "The Bobo"
Jean Carson - Carson earned fourth billing in the 1968 Peter Sellers comedy "The Party", perhaps her best known film
Leigh Taylor-Young - Her first film role came opposite Peter Sellers in the 1968 comedy, "I Love You, Alice B. Toklas"
Denny Miller - In 1968, Miller appeared as "Wyoming" Bill Kelso in the Peter Sellers film "The Party", which he remembers as the part he most enjoyed
Terry Southern - Peter Sellers made few significant films during the 1970s, but he scored a hit with "Being There"
Gabrielle Drake - She played a nude artist's model in the 1970 film "Connecting Rooms", and was one of Peter Sellers' conquests in the film "There's a Girl in My Soup"
Rene Goscinny - In 1975 Goscinny's made script titled "Le Maître du Monde" which he sent to Peter Sellers asking if he would be interested in playing the main role
In 1979 he released a new gatefold album entitled Sellers' Market (the cover shows him standing next to traders reading the Financial Times and the Wall Street Journal whereas Sellers is reading the Finchley Press) which included comic singing and a feature called the "All England George Formby Finals" where he parodies the late George Formby and his ukulele playing.
Oteil Burbridge - Burbridge had a bit part, as a teenager, as a street thug named Lolo in the 1979 Peter Sellers movie "Being There"
Lynne Frederick - Her last role came in the 1979 film "The Prisoner of Zenda", in which she worked with her first husband Peter Sellers
John Fortune - He appeared with Peter Sellers in a Barclays Bank advertisement in 1980 shortly before Sellers' death; the infamous Monty Casino ads
John Le Mesurier - His final film appearance was with Peter Sellers in the 1980 film "The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu", which was Sellers's last film before his death in July 1980
The stage play "Being Sellers" premiered in Australia in 1998, three years after release of the biography by Roger Lewis, "The Life and Death of Peter Sellers"
Lynne Frederick - In the 2004 book, The Life and Death of Peter Sellers, Rodger Lewis claimed that "there is yet to find a single person to say a good thing about Lynne"
The play premiered in New York in December 2010