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PETER FIRTH (Lord Northcliffe) has had a distinguished career which has gained him notoriety with audiences worldwide. His extensive film credits include Pearl Harbor, Chill Factor, Mighty Joe Young, An Awfully Big Adventure, Amistad, Shadowlands, The Pleasure Principal, The Hunt for Red October, Chain Reaction, Letter to Brezhnev, Tess, Equus, and Brother Son & Sister Moon, directed by Franco Zeffirelli. In 1976, he won a Golden Globe® Award for Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of Lieutenant Stephen Croft in Aces High, a performance that also garnered him an Academy Award® nomination.

Firth is no stranger to the Broadway stage, having performed the role of Mozart in Amadeus, under the direction of Peter Hall. Other theatre credits include Spring Awakening, Romeo and Juliet, and Equus, for which he received a Tony Award nomination. His television work includes American projects like That's Life and Magnificent 7, for CBS; Cracker, for ABC; Total Recall, for Showtime; and Prisoner of Honor, for HBO. British television work includes Spooks (on which he was series regular), Murder in Eden, The Laughter of God, Children Crossing, The Incident, Northhanger Abbey, Aerodrome, The Flipside of Dominic Hide, Another Flip for Dominic and The Picture of Dorian Gray.

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