The School for Scandal


The School for Scandal

Peter Mair

Peter trained at RADA.

His theatre credits include: Heresy (Questioning Productions), The Last Witch (Pins and Feathers), Death Of A Nightingale (New End Theatre), Santa Claus And The Christmas Adventure (Jamie Wilson Productions), The Importance Of Being Earnest (Antic Disposition tour Sidmouth London SW France), The Big A (Society of Women Writers and Journalists), Visiting Frank (New End Short Play Festival), Darling Buds Of May – Perfick The Musical (Groundlings Theatre Company), Much Ado About Nothing (OSO Arts Centre), The Beautiful Couple (Society of Women Writers and Journalists), The Importance Of Being Earnest (Jermyn Street Theatre), City Of Angels (English Theatre Frankfurt), Shakespeare's Kings (Hampstead Players), Christmas Carol (Antic Disposition), Jack & The Beanstalk (Salisbury Playhouse), etc.

His television credits include: Brookside (Mersey Television), Chucklevision (CBBC), Dickens (BBC Television), London's Burning (London Weekend Television), Over Here (BBC Television), Panorama - Rebranding Rape (Films of Record for BBC), The Bill (Thames Television), The Courtroom (Mersey Television), The Day Britain Died (Wall to Wall for BBC2).

His film credits include: My Name Is Lenny (Salon Pictures), I Give It A Year (Studio Canal), Les Miserables (Universal / Working Title), The Two Faces Of January (Studio Canal / Working Title), Scotch Corner (James Bull), The Shouting Boys (Away Days Productions), David (Lube SRL/Turner Television), Vol Au Vent (John McKenzie Productions).

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