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Name  Brian Pettifer
Nieces  Kamila Thompson
Nephews  Teddy Thompson
Siblings  Linda Thompson
Role  Actor

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Movies and TV shows  Rab C Nesbitt, Hamish Macbeth, Britannia Hospital, To the Ends of the Earth, Get Some In!
Similar People  Linda Thompson, Lindsay Anderson, Robert Carlyle, Kamila Thompson, Teddy Thompson

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Brian Pettifer (born 1949) is an actor who has appeared in many television shows.


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Pettifer was born in Lower Durban, South Africa, and briefly brought up in Glasgow and London. He intended to become a photographer, but pursued a career as an actor. He appeared as a child in the BBC's This Man Craig and Dr. Finlay's Casebook, and Madame Bovary (with his friend Alex Norton) which gave him the avid interest in acting on television.

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His first film role was in Lindsay Anderson's film If.... (1968). He also appeared in Anderson's O Lucky Man! (1973) and Britannia Hospital (1982). His other film credits include roles in Amadeus (1984), A Christmas Carol (1984), Gulag (1985), Heavenly Pursuits (1986), Little Dorrit (1987), The Great Escape II: The Untold Story (1988), Loch Ness (1996), The House of Mirth (2000), The Rocket Post (2004), Vanity Fair (2004) and Lassie (2005).

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He was a regular in Rab C. Nesbitt mainly propping up a bar, but was also known as Aircraftman Bruce Leckie in Get Some In!, where he was constantly the butt of jokes directed at him by Corporal Marsh. He also played cousin Hughie in the long running Liverpool based 70s sitcom The Liver Birds.

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He also played Dr Alfred Meyer in the BBC/HBO film Conspiracy and the part of Dr. Cameron in the Radio 4 series entitled Adventures of a Black Bag.

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He appeared in Hamish Macbeth, as well as guest starring in Still Game. In 2005, he also appeared in the first episode of the BBC drama Bleak House. In 2011 and 2013, he played Father Richards in The Field of Blood. His most recent appearance was as Poupart in the BBC One series The Musketeers.

Pettifer is the younger brother of folk musician Linda Thompson. Pettifer has worked extensively in the theatre: writing, directing and acting. He has been in a production of The Fairy-Queen at Glyndebourne, which went to Paris and New York in 2010.

In 2015, Pettifer appeared in the crime comedy The Legend of Barney Thomson along with his Hamish Macbeth co-star Robert Carlyle.


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