Peter Hall

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Birth Name: Peter Hall
Born: 11/22/1930
Birth Place: Suffolk, England, GB

Hall began his film career in earnest in 1968, directing "Work is a Four-Letter Word", which he followed up with "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and "Three Into Two Won't Go" (both 1969), "Perfect Friday" (1970), "The Homecoming" (1973) from Harold Pinter's play, and "Akenfield" (1975). He also acted in Maximilian Schell's "The Pedestrian" (1974). After quite an absence, he returned to the film world with "She's Been Away" (1989), the dark "Delinquent" (1994), which he produced, wrote and directed and his first Hollywood film, the erotic thriller "Never Talk to Strangers" (1995).

Hall has hardly neglected his theater work ("If I don't do a Shakespeare a year, I get very scratchy"). From 1973... Continue Bio >>

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