Pete Perry

Actor, Extra, Model

Stevenage, United Kingdom
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Talking Heads with Pete Perry

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Pete Perry in Student Watch

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Pete Perry's Showreel Part One

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Pete Perry Showreel Part Two

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Dead Happy

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A Case of a Travelling Salesman

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Polaroid Bears

Pete and his partner Nikki singing 'Nobody Cares About Polaroid Bears', a song written by Pete.

Physical Details

170 cm / 5ft 7in
over 91 cm / 36 in
71 kg / 156 lbs
Eye color:
White / Caucasian
Hair color:
104 cm / 41 in
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  • Correspondence course : RHS General Certificate in Horticulture
  • Warton RAF Medical School : Medical Training
  • Chapel End Secondary Modern : 2B



Ever since Pete was a kid, he has had a talent for mimicry. Here, he demonstrates (non-stop) a few o

Acting experience

Previous paid speaking roles

Acting agent

Ray Knight Casting

  • English

  • Australian
  • Irish
  • UK Cockney
  • UK English
  • UK Posh
  • UK Scottish
  • UK Welsh
  • USA New York
  • USA Southern
  • Italian
  • Pacific Islander

Union memberships
  • Equity

I have been in the highly-acclaimed Channel Five documentary 'She's 78, he's 39 - Age gap Love', with my wife Nikki. I have also been in a popular music video for rising Norwegian band 'Grandma's Tea Party' playing an OAP attending Grandma's tea party, and ending up with a food fight and a duel with another old man with walking sticks! The track is 'AWise Man Told Me' and is due for release in April 2012. I appeared in 'Odd One In' in May 2011 dressed in Dickensian costume, and on Fern Britton's show 'Fern' on Channel Four as a Disney obsessive. I appeared with Morgana Robinson in her Channel 4 Show 'The Morgana' Show, where Morgana's 'redneck' character came on to my hillbilly character. I have been in 'Sherlock Holmes' and 'Sherlock Holmes 2'. My wife Nikki (who is 37) and I have appeared on 'John Bishop's Britain' , talking about keeping the spark alive in our marraige. I have played an old university Student recalling his days at uni in a comedy production . I played the part of 'Jock Strapp' a Scots biker who laughs himself to death in the promotional video for 'Dead Funny', a book by Warwick & Fru Jaggard. I played an evil scientist in the CBBC production 'M I High'. A Minister of Magic in 'Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows', and have appeared on the line-up for 'Never Mind The Buzzcocks' with the drummer with 'Procol Harum'. My wife and I appeared on The Graham Norton Show' in a game of 'Match the couple'. I got the crowd singing in Liecester Square in an ad for T-Mobile for Saatch and Saatchi. I have been in three Harry Potter movies & been a guest on the Richard & Judy Show. I have acted as a retired comic in the BBC sketch show 'Stewart Lee', .I acted as a Romany in 'Ashes to Ashes', and appeared on 'This Morning' with my fiancee (now my wife) Nikki. talking about our 37-year age-gap relationship. I have also done several episodes of 'The Bill' on my own, and with my wife. I have also been filming. as a villager, with Sir Anthony Hopkins and Benecio Del Toro in the Hollywood movie, 'Wolfman'. I also appeared in five episodes of 'Midsomer Murders, also with Nikki. I have also played a drunkard in the 2007 BBC production of 'Oliver Twist', with a small speaking part. I have also completed a short film, as a main character,Charlie Henderson, titled 'The Need' in which Charlie gets strangled by a vigilante! I appeared on stage in pantomime,as a 'camp' Genii of The Lamp, the voice can be heard on my audio clip.I have compered many variety shows in the fifties and sixties,doing comedy routines and impersonations. I have appeared in music hall singing old time songs, amatuer dramatics, amateur films and musicals. I can mimic many UK accents, including Scots, as well as USA, as you can hear on my audio clip.


Extras experience

Previous speaking roles


Modeling experience

Part-time model - paid commercial work

Modeling website

I have done a few photoshoots in character roles

TV & Reality

I have been on Richard & Judy's show. I have also acted the part of a retired American comic in the BBC production 'Stewart Lee'. I have also workied on 'Ashes to Ashes', and appeared with my fiancee (now my wife) Nikki Heydon on 'This Morning' talking about our 37-year age-gap relationship.We were married at Knebworth House in April 2009. I have appeared in 'The Bill' with my fiancee Nikki Heydon as homeless people,as well as on my own as an old Rocker who gets into a brawl. I have been in two episodes of 'Midsomer Murders' also with Nikki, playing actors in a sub-plot of a film production of The French Revolution, and as Environmentalists protesting about a new road development.
I have also appeared as a drunk in the BBC Christmas production of 'Oliver Twist'. I have appeared too, in Horticultural and environmental features on Anglia TV, also 'Find a Fortune', In the audience in many TV programmes from 'The Arthur Askey Show' and 'Oh Boy!' in the fifties, to 'The Paul O'Grady Show' in 2005
In 2006, I have been filmed with my partner Nikki for the BBCTV 'One Life' series about our age-gap of 37 years. A recent call was for a Channel Four documentary about legendary film director Stanley Kubrik, talking about his obsession with stationery, - with animation! Recently I am a regular guest on 'The Ernie Almond Show'on BBC Three Counties Radio, and Ern (who I call 'Our Ernie' have been waging a 'phony war' with each other over my loud shirts, and how I am never actually invited on the show, butalways break in! This has been extended on to my website, and my users have been joining in. I was, in fact a radio presenter in the RAF in 1957-58. See picture. So I have a lot of radio experience- One of favourite medias!


I have been writing horticultural and environmental articles for such magazines as Gardeners Chronicle, Hertfordshire Countryside and Garden News since the Sixties. Horticultural, Environmental and Social features for many local newspapers and magazines since the fifties, and presented a weekly column in The Walthamstow Independent Newspaper under the name of Perry Peterson for a year in 1968.
I have published Environmental books and childrens books, and have just launched the first three volumes of my biography.
I also run a website on Environmental, social and horticultural issues, as well as music, all of which are updated regularly.
I have also appeared in 'Thats Life!' Love it!' The Sunday Times 'Style' magazine, 'Womans Own' and 'Star' magazine regarding my 37 year age gap with my wife Nikki, and in The Daily Mirror regarding my campaign, together with Stevenage MP Mrs Shirley Williams (now Baroness Williams), for the 'One Parent Family Allowance' in 1968/69, which eventually came into effect in 1971..

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