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PETER EGAN (Victor Ellis) is one of Britain's most accomplished and respected film, TV and stage actors. His feature credits include The Hireling (for which he received the 1972 BAFTA award as Best Actor); Hennessy, with Rod Steiger and Lee Remick; and the Oscar ®-winning Chariots of Fire. More recently, he was seen in the international hit comedy Bean; the sci-fi spoof 2001: A Space Travesty, with Leslie Nielsen; and the thriller The I Inside, starring Ryan Phillipe and Sarah Polley. Egan has over 25 major British TV dramas to his credit including the telefilms The Brotherhood, To Catch a King, A Day in Summer, The Price of the Bride, The Peacock Spring, Gobble and The Inspector Lynley Mysteries; the miniseries Lillie, Prince Regent, Reilly: The Ace of Spies, The Dark Side of the Sun, Barbara Taylor Bradford's A Woman of Substance and John Le Carre's A Perfect Spy; and such series as A Touch of Frost, Ever Decreasing Circles, Joint Account, Cry Wolf and The Ambassador. 

The actor's many West End stage credits include Journey's End (London Critics' Circle Award for Best Actor); Trevor Nunn's production of Hamlet; The Two Gentlemen of Verona; the Royal Opening Gala of You Never Can Tell, at the Lyric Hammersmith; Arms and the Man; M. Butterfly; The Royal Shakespeare Company's production of The Barbarians; Art; and Noises Off. Egan will next be seen in Regis Wargnier's anthropology epic Man to Man, with Joseph Fiennes and Kristin Scott Thomas.


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