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Peter Rogers

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Biography

Rochester, Kent, England, UK
Peter Rogers was born in Rochester, Kent, on 20th February 1914. Educated at Kings School, Rochester, he began his career as a journalist on the "Kentish Express". Moving to the theatre in the late 1930s, he became Auriol Lee's assistant on such classic West End productions as J.B. Priestley's "People at Sea" and John Van Druten's "Gertie Maud". From the West End, he went to Fleet Street where he worked on "Picture Post". After hospitalisation during the war, Peter became a radio scriptwriter for the BBC. Read more...

Actor

Character: Himself - Memorial Tribute

The Orange British Academy Film Awards 2010

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Character: Himself

The South Bank Show 1978

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Writing