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Meryl Streep
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Peter Vaughan

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Peter Vaughan

English character actor, known for many supporting roles in a variety of British film and television productions add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1923.

Countries: United Kingdom (60%), United States (20%), (20%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Arthur Nebe, Frank Sinatra, Verity Lambert

Linked to: BBC Radio, HBO, KGB, Uttoxeter Grammar School

 

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Peter Vaughan was born in 1923 add something


1959

In film, he made his debut in 1959 and continued to play small roles for several years, before gaining his first starring role in a minor picture called "Smokescreen" add something


1967

In 1967, he got second billing opposite Frank Sinatra in the film 'The Naked Runner' add something


1969

In 1969, he appeared in "Randall and Hopkirk " in the episode "Never Trust a Ghost" add something


1971

He appeared as a memorably menacing character in "Straw Dogs" , with Bill Murray in a film of W. Somerset Maugham's novel "The Razor's Edge" and in 1997 he appeared alongside Robert Carlyle and Ray Winstone in "Face" add something


1972

In December 1972, he appeared as Mr. Paxton in the BBC television adaptation of the M.R. James ghost story "A Warning to the Curious", shown as part of their annual series "A Ghost Story for Christmas" add something


1979

Shot during 10 months in 1979, Peter Vaughn starred as Billy Fox in the groundbreaking and high budget 13-part Thames Television saga, "Fox" , written by Trevor Preston, directed by Jim Godard, and produced by Verity Lambert add something


1980

He played Mr. Freeman in Karel Reisz's 1980 "The French Lieutenant's Woman", the first star billing for Meryl Streep and Jeremy Irons add something


1981

Vaughan was heard as Denethor in the celebrated 1981 BBC Radio production of "The Lord of the Rings" add something


1986

In 1986, he appeared in the promotional video for Kate Bush's "Experiment IV" single add something


1990

He had a major part as Tom Franklin in the Chancer TV series 1990-1991 which ran for 20 episodes add something


1991

In 1991, he played John Turner in an episode of the Granada Television's "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes" titled "The Boscombe Valley Mystery" add something


1994

Possibly his most unusual role was as SS Oberstgruppenführer Arthur Nebe in the 1994 film of Robert Harris's novel "Fatherland" add something


 

Vaughan later attained particular acclaim for his supporting role as the eventual Alzheimer's sufferer Felix Hutchinson across thirty years of his life in "Our Friends in the North" , a role which gained him a Best Actor nomination at the 1997 British Academy Television awards add something


2007

In 2007, he starred in the television serial "Mobile" and as Uncle Alfie in the film "Death at a Funeral" add something


2011

In 2011, Vaughan starred as Michael Dodd in the BBC courtroom drama "Silk" add something


2014

Accessed 22 December 2014 where he attended Uttoxeter Grammar School add something


2016

He died on 6 December 2016 at the age of 93 add something