Peter Dyneley


Biography

Peter Dyneley rose to fame as an actor, gracing the silver screen many times over the course of his Hollywood career. Dyneley's career beginnings included film roles in the dramatic adaptation "Beau Brummell" (1954) with Stewart Granger, the crime flick "Deadly Game" (1954) with Lloyd Bridges and the dramatic adaptation "Hell Below Zero" (1954) with Alan Ladd. Later, he acted in th...

Biography

Peter Dyneley rose to fame as an actor, gracing the silver screen many times over the course of his Hollywood career. Dyneley's career beginnings included film roles in the dramatic adaptation "Beau Brummell" (1954) with Stewart Granger, the crime flick "Deadly Game" (1954) with Lloyd Bridges and the dramatic adaptation "Hell Below Zero" (1954) with Alan Ladd. Later, he acted in the drama "The Young Lovers" (1954) with Odile Versois, "You Know What Sailors Are" (1954) and "The Manster" (1960). He also appeared in "The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone" (1961) with Vivien Leigh, the Bob Hope comedic adventure "Call Me Bwana" (1963) and "The Executioner" (1970) with George Peppard. Later in his career, Dyneley appeared in "Color Him Dead" (ABC, 1973-74).

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Thunderbirds Are Go (1968) - Open, Phase One The "cast" (featuring co-writer and producer Sylvia Anderson as the voice of "Lady Penelope") is introduced in the slick opening to the first MGM ”Supermarionation" feature based on the hit TV Series of the same name, Thunderbirds Are Go, 1968.
Thunderbirds Are Go (1968) - Zero-X The impressive yet interminable launch of the Zero-X mission to Mars is underway, via "Supermarionation,” in the first feature by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson, based on their TV series, Thunderbirds Are Go, 1968.
Thunderbirds Are Go (1968) - Representing The Universal Mirror Secret Agent Lady Penelope (voiced by co-creator Sylvia Anderson) is assigned to support astro-entrepreneur Jeff Tracy (voiced by Peter Dyneley) and the Mars mission, meeting Travers (voiced by Paul Maxwell), in the first feature based on the puppet TV series, Thunderbirds Are Go, 1968.
Thunderbird 6 - Jeff Tracy Hero Jeff Tracy (voice of Peter Dyneley) oversees operations at headquarters, focusing on Tin-Tin (voice of Christine Finn) in the puppet "Supermarionation" feature Thunderbird 6, 1968.
Manster, The (1962) - Bottoms Up! Bluesy geishas entertaining American reporter Larry (Peter Dyneley), letting loose after a long hitch in Japan, not knowing his host Dr. Suzuki (Satoshi Nakamura) has injected him with mutation serum, in The Manster, 1962.
Manster, The (1962) - What's Happened To You? American reporter in Japan Larry (Peter Dyneley), increasingly coarse in manner after being injected with a mutation drug, tells off his wife (Jane Hylton) who's come to bring him home, in The Manster, 1962.

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