Peter Firth Biography
Peter Firth is an English actor who was born as Peter Macintosh Firth in Bradford, the United Kingdom. Peter is well known for his role as Sir Harry Pearce in the BBC One show Spooks; he is the only actor to have featured in every episode of the show’s ten-series lifespan.
Peter has given several television and film performances, most notably as Alan Strang in Equus (1977), earning both a Golden Globe Award as well as an Academy Award nomination for the role.
Peter Firth Net Worth
Peter’s net worth is currently ranging between $3 million dollars and $5 million dollars.
Peter Firth Career
Peter was a leading child actor by the middle of 1969, having featured in the first series of The Flaxton Boys as Archie Weekes and also then the next year in the series Here Come the Double Deckers, which featured child actors in the leading roles.
Peter played Scooper, the leader of the gang. In 1972 Peter also starred in the ITV (London Weekend Television) series The Adventures of Black Beauty, episode “The Runaway”, playing David Abbott.
In July 1973, Peter appeared at Laurence Olivier’s National Theatre, starring in the stage version of Peter Shaffer’s play Equus as a teenager being treated by a psychiatrist, as well as in October 1974 repeated the role in the Broadway production, receiving a Tony Award nomination for his performance as Alan Strang.
He featured in an episode of The Protectors, titled (Implicado), first screened in November 1973. Peter played Stephen Douglas, an innocent young man, alongside Patrick Mower as a drug dealer.
Peter Firth Movies and TV shows
2002 – 2011: Spooks
2015: Spooks: The Greater Good
1990: The Hunt for Red October
2001: Pearl Harbor
1998: Mighty Joe Young
1977: Joseph Andrews
1995: An Awfully Big Adventure
1971: Here Come the Double Deckers
1985: Letter to Brezhnev
2005: The Greatest Game Ever Played
1999: Chill Factor
1991: Prisoner of Honor
Since 2012: World Without End
2011: South Riding
1976: Aces High
1990: The Rescuers Down Under
1979: When You Comin’ Back, Red Ryder?
1997: The Garden Of Redemption
1972: Brother Sun, Sister Moon
Since 2016: Victoria
1987: Northanger Abbey
1974: Diamonds on Wheels
1997: Gaston’s War
2000 – 2002: That’s Life
1982: Fire and Sword
2002: Me & Mrs. Jones
1984: White Elephant
1992: The Pleasure Principle
1989: Tree of Hands
1991: Murder in Eden
Since 1995: Resort to Murder
Marco Polo: The Missing Chapter
Peter Firth Books
Lord of the Seasons
Basic Steps in Photography
The Love that Moves the Sun: Searching for God
Mathematics One (Multiple Choice)
Key Series Mathematics One: National Curriculum Practice Tests
Southern Water’s Bewl Water: Guide for Bank and Boat Anglers
Anti Drink Organisations and the Working Class in North East Lancashire 1890-1914
Peter Firth Age
Peter is currently 68 years old , he was born on 27 October 1953, Bradford, United Kingdom.
Peter Firth Height
Peter has a height of 5 feet 9 inches or 1.75 m.
Peter Firth Education
Peter went to Hanson School in Bradford.
Peter Firth Parents
Information about his parents is currently not available. We will soon update this section once we have the details.
Peter Firth Wife
Peter has been married three times and has 4 children: one from his first marriage with The Warp actress, Maya Sendall (Rory Firth) and also three from his second. Peter married Alexandra Pigg on Christmas Eve 2017, the pair had briefly dated after they played a couple in Letter to Brezhnev. During an interview for BBC Breakfast in April the year 2017, they said that they met again in 2010 and have been in a relationship since then. Peter lodged with Peter Shaffer throughout the Broadway run of Equus, in a father-son relationship.
Originally posted 2021-09-01 17:47:59.