Best Movie Of Peter Vaughan?
Asked by Lost Singh, 24 Sep '08 01:48 pm
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Peter Vaughan (born April 4, 1923) is an English character actor, known for many supporting roles in a variety of British film and television productions. He has worked extensively on the stage, becoming known for roles such as police inspectors, Soviet agents and similar parts. 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 (1964). He became known for his performances on television, including supporting roles in Porridge (as "Genial" Harry Grout) and Citizen Smith (although his role in the latter series was taken over by Tony Steedman). Vaughan's role in Porridge brought him a great deal of public recognition, despite the fact that his character appeared in only three episodes and the film of the series. In 1969 he appeared in Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) in the episode "Never Trust a Ghost". In December 1972 he appeared as Mr. Paxton in th ...moreAnswered by shintsie, 24 Sep '08 06:30 pm
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