|Full Name Peter Cleall|
Spouse Dione Inman
|Name Peter Cleall|
Years active 1964 - Present
Education Brighton College
|Born 16 March 1944 (age 71) (1944-03-16) Finchley, Middlesex|
Children Damian Cleall, Spencer Cleall, Miles Cleall, Dan Cleall
Movies and TV shows Please Sir!, The Fenn Street Gang, Adventures of a Plumber's, Under the Doctor, The Bull
Similar People David Barry, Liz Gebhardt, Malcolm McFee, Peter Denyer, Carol Hawkins
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Peter Cleall (born 16 March 1944 in Finchley, Middlesex) is an actors' agent and former actor who is probably best known for playing wise-cracking Eric Duffy in the London Weekend Television comedy series Please Sir! which ran from 1968 to 1972.
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- Early life
- Personal life
- Television Appearances
Cleall's father was a draughtsman. He was educated at Brighton College and trained as an actor at the E15 Acting School.
He began his acting career at Watford Palace Theatre and appeared at many theatres throughout the country including a number of seasons at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre. His first screen appearance was in the horror feature Theatre of Death (1967) which starred Christopher Lee, and his other film roles included Confessions of a Pop Performer (1975), Under the Doctor (1976), Adventures of a Plumber's Mate (1978), and the film version of Please Sir! in 1971.
Cleall played at the Edinburgh Festival and on tour in a one-person show titled The World Turned Upside Down which told of the experiences of an ordinary man caught up in the aftermath of the English Civil War.
He is married to Dione Inman and has fathered two sons, Dan and Spencer. Previously, he was married to Christine by whom he also had two sons: Miles and Damian.
Cleall has worked as an agent for over 20 years helping to run Pelham Associates, which is based in Brighton, East Sussex.