Peter Firth

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Birth Name: Peter Firth
Born: 10/27/1953
Birth Place: Yorkshire, England, GB

Born and raised in Yorkshire, the blond Firth began performing in amateur productions and by the time he was in his teens had dropped out of school to pursue an acting career. He landed a role as one of "The Double Deckers", a group of seven kids who cope with problems, that aired first in the UK and later in the US (ABC, 1970-72). Firth later gained fame in England as one of "The Flaxton Boys" (BBC, 1971-72) before segueing to the stage and screen. He made a brief appearance in Franco Zeffirelli's "Brother Sun, Sister Moon" (1973) the same year he created his acclaimed stage role in "Equus". Firth spent the 1974 season with the National Theatre Company appearing in "Spring Awakening", "Meas... Continue Bio >>

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