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Occupation  Actor
Name  Peter Birrel
Role  Actor

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Born  19 July 1935 (1935-07-19) Suffolk, England, UK
Died  June 23, 2004, Bath, United Kingdom
Spouse  Stephanie Cole (m. 1998–2004)
Movies and TV shows  Every Day's a Holiday, Arch of Triumph, Alexander the Greatest
Similar People  Stephanie Cole, Waris Hussein, Bob Edwards, Bernard Kops

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Peter Birrel (19 July 1935 – 23 June 2004) was an English actor who played numerous bit parts on British television for nearly forty years. He appeared in the Doctor Who story Frontier in Space in 1973, as well as in the documentary I Was a 'Doctor Who' Monster. He also appeared in the first series of Alexander the Greatest. His film credits included Freelance (1971), Arch of Triumph (1984), and the television miniseries Freud (1984), War and Remembrance (1988) and Around the World in 80 Days (1989). In het late seventies he played a guest-role in George & Mildred as Georges brother Charlie Roper in the eppisode A Military Pickle.

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In 1998, he married actress Stephanie Cole, who remained his wife until his death from cancer in 2004 in Bath at age 68.

Partial filmography

  • Freelance (1971) - Jeff
  • Ransom (1974) - Pursuit Pilot (uncredited)
  • The Great Riviera Bank Robbery (1979) - Senior Detective
  • Arch of Triumph (1984) - Wiesenthal
  • Gamal Abd El Naser (1998) - (final film role)
  • References

    Peter Birrel Wikipedia


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