|Born||1950 (age 70–71)|
Peter Wight (born 1950), sometimes credited as Peter Wright, is an English actor.
His television credits include: Our Zoo , Z-Cars , Meantime , Anna Lee , Life on Mars , Holby City , Where the Heart Is , Jane Eyre (1997), Early Doors , Midsomer Murders , Monday Monday , Party Animals , Hit & Miss , The Paradise , The Crown , Brief Encounters and This Time with Alan Partridge . He also appeared in the 2011 miniseries series Case Sensitive and the 2012 series Public Enemies .
Film appearances include Naked , Secrets & Lies , FairyTale: A True Story , Vera Drake , Pride & Prejudice , Babel , All or Nothing , A Bunch of Amateurs , Another Year , Mr. Turner , Hot Fuzz , Persuasion , and Trespass Against Us .
His stage career includes In the Republic of Happiness at the Jerwood Theatre Downstairs at the Royal Court in 2012/13,and in Electra by Sophocles opposite Kristin Scott Thomas and Liz White at the Old Vic Theatre in 2014.
|1959||Journey to the Center of the Earth||Laird of Glendarick||Uncredited|
|1978||Secret Army||Squadron Leader Kennedy||Episode: "Lucky Piece"|
|1979||Palm Beach||Rupert Roberts|
|1987||Personal Services||Detective Gibson|
|1996||Hamish Macbeth||Sydney Braithwaite||Episode: "Radio Lochdubh"|
|1997||FairyTale: A True Story||Newspaper Editor|
|2000||The Blind Date||D. I. Harry Jenkins|
|2000||Shiner||Det. Insp. Grant|
|2001||Lucky Break||Officer George Barratt|
|2001||The Fourth Angel||M.P.|
|2002||The Gathering||Dave Elford|
|2003||Three Blind Mice||Tomlinson|
|2003||The Statement||Inspector Cholet|
|2004||Silent Witness||Lucas Garner||Episode: "Death by Water"|
|2004||Vera Drake||Det. Inspector Webster|
|2005||Pride & Prejudice||Mr. Gardiner|
|2005||The Secret Life of Words||Dullman||Uncredited|
|2005||Waking the Dead||Donald Hunt||Episode: "Undertow"|
|2007||Hot Fuzz||Roy Porter|
|2007||Flood||Johnson - Transport Chief|
|2007||Dalziel and Pascoe||Charles Johnson||Episode: "Demons on Our Shoulders"|
|2008||A Bunch of Amateurs||Mike Bell|
|2011||Salmon Fishing in the Yemen||Tory Grandee - Angus Butler|
|2011||My Week with Marilyn||Lucy's Father|
|2012||Best Laid Plans||Roger|
|2012||Hard Boiled Sweets||Jimmy The Gent|
|2012||The Casebook of Eddie Brewer||Ray Riddle|
|2013||The Look of Love||Police Inspector|
|2014||Mr. Turner||Joseph Gillott|
|2015||The Program||Sunday Times Editor|
|2016||Trespass Against Us||Dog Owner|
|2016||Ethel & Ernest||Detective Sergeant Burnley||Voice|
|2017||The Sense of an Ending||Colin Simpson|
|2017||Another Mother's Son||Rene|
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