Michael Pertwee is a 74 years old from United Kingdom from London, England. Michael Pertwee was born on April 24, 1916 (died on April 17, 1991, he was 74 years old) in London, England.
Michael Pertwee was a British playwright and screenwriter. Among his credits were episodes of The Saint Danger Man Alfred Hitch* Presents B-And-B Ladies Who Do and many other films and TV series. He was the brother of Jon Pertwee of Doctor Who fame the son of Roland Pertwee a noted screenwriter and actor of the 1910s-1950s the cousin of Bill Pertwee a noted character actor and the uncle of actor Sean Pertwee.
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No, he died on 04/17/1991, 31 years ago. He was 74 years old when he died. He died in London
His father Roland Pertwee and Roland Pertwee was 30 years old when Michael born. His father was a British playwright director and actor.
Valerie French, Actress
He married with Valerie French (58), in 1952. Michael Pertwee was 35 and Valerie French was 23 years old. After 7 years, they break up in 1959.
Michael Pertwee had 1 sibling. Character Actor Jon (3 years younger)
Michael Pertwee Movies (32)
There are 32 movies of Michael Pertwee.
His first feature film was A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1966). He was 50 when he starred in this movie. Since 1966, he has appeared in 32 feature films. The last one is Le diamant rose (1991). .Michael Pertwee movies.
Michael Pertwee movie characters
The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:
|Screenplay||A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1966)||50|
|Writer||The Naked Truth (1957)||41|
|Screenplay||The Mouse on the Moon (1963)||47|
|Stewart||Laughter in Paradise (1951)||35|
|Writer||Laughter in Paradise (1951)||35|
|Writer||The Magnificent Two (1967)||51|
|Screenplay||Salt & Pepper (1968)||52|
|Writer||The Interrupted Journey (1949)||33|
|Original Story||Some Will, Some Won't (1970)||53|
|Screenplay||Happy Ever After (1954)||38|
|Screenplay||Strange Bedfellows (1965)||48|
|Writer||Ladies Who Do (1963)||47|
|Additional Dialogue||Two Thousand Women (1944)||28|
|Screenplay||The Madame Gambles (1951)||35|
|Screenplay||Against the Wind (1948)||33|
|Screenplay||Too Many Crooks (1959)||42|
|Writer||Trouble in the Air (1948)||32|
|Screenplay||Finders Keepers (1966)||50|
|Screenplay||One More Time (1970)||54|
|Writer||Bottoms Up! (1960)||43|
|Writer||Make Mine Mink (1960)||44|
|Screenplay||Something in the City (1950)||33|
|Original Story||Curtain Up (1952)||35|
|Screenplay||Birds of Paradise (1981)||65|
|Screenplay||They Came by Night (1940)||24|
|Writer||A Girl Must Live (1939)||23|
|Writer||Silent Dust (1949)||32|
|Screenplay||Now and Forever (1956)||40|
|Writer||In the Doghouse (1962)||46|
|Story||The Cavern (1964)||49|
|Screenplay||The Cavern (1964)||49|
|Author||Le diamant rose (1991)||75|
Michael Pertwee TV Shows (11)
His first TV Show was This Is Your Life (1955).Michael Pertwee TV shows. What was Michael's zodiac sign?
Michael Pertwee zodiac sign was taurus.
Other facts about Michael Pertwee
|Family name||Pertwee. Show people with the surname Pertwee|
|Place of death||London|
|Date of death||1991-04-17T00:00:00Z|
|Country of citizenship||United Kingdom|