Peter Cook

Biography

Peter Edward Cook was an English satirist, writer and comedian. An extremely influential figure in modern British comedy, he is regarded as the leading light of the British satire boom of the 1960s. He has been described by Stephen Fry as "the funniest man who ever drew breath" although Cook's work...

21 titles Acting Writing

6.6

Black Beauty

1994 · Lord Wexmire

8.4

One Foot in the Algarve

1993 · Martin Trout

8.0

A Life in Pieces

1990 · Arthur Streeb-Greebling

6.2

Great Balls of Fire!

1989 · First English Reporter

6.5

Getting It Right

1989 · Mr Adrian

7.0

Without a Clue

1988 · Greenhough

8.0

The Princess Bride

1987 · The Impressive Clergyman

6.0

Whoops Apocalypse

1986 · Sir Mortimer Chris (Prime Minister)

4.4

Supergirl

1984 · Nigel

6.0

Yellowbeard

1983 · Lord Percy Lambourn

8.2

Peter Cook & Co.

1980 · Various Characters

7.2

Derek and Clive Get the Horn

1979 · Clive

7.0

The Secret Policeman's Ball

1979 · Various Roles

4.6

The Hound of the Baskervilles

1978 · Sherlock Holmes

4.1

Find the Lady

1976 · Lewenhak

5.9

The Adventures of Barry McKenzie

1972 · Dominic

7.1

The Rise and Rise of Michael Rimmer

1970 · Michael Rimmer

6.3

The Bed Sitting Room

1969 · Inspector

6.2

Monte Carlo or Bust!

1969 · Maj. Digby Dawlish

6.2

A Dandy in Aspic

1968 · Prentiss

7.0

Bedazzled

1967 · George Spiggot/The Devil

7.1

Alice in Wonderland

1966 · Mad Hatter

7.0

The Wrong Box

1966 · Morris Finsbury

4 titles Acting Writing

6.0

Yellowbeard

1983 · Writer

8.2

Peter Cook & Co.

1980 · Writer

7.2

Derek and Clive Get the Horn

1979 · Writer

7.0

Bedazzled

1967 · Screenplay, Story