Peter Bull

Peter Bull

actor, writer, soundtrack

Peter Bull was born on Mar 21, 1912 in UK. Peter Bull's big-screen debut came with The Beloved Vagabond directed by Curtis Bernhardt in 1936, strarring Artist in bar (uncredited). Peter Bull is known for Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb directed by Stanley Kubrick, Peter Sellers stars as Group Capt. Lionel Mandrake and George C. Scott as Gen. 'Buck' Turgidson. The upcoming new movie Peter Bull plays is Yellowbeard which will be released on Jun 24, 1983.

He was born 21st March 1912 in London, the fourth son of Sir William James Bull M.P. and Lillian Heather Brandon. Educated at Winchester College, he started in journalism before studying for the stage with Elsie Fogerty and made his stage debut at London's Shaftsbury Theatre in As You Like It on 15th June 1933. In 1941 he joined the navy as an ordinary seaman, eventually becoming a commander of a landing craft in the Mediterranean during which time he was promoted to Lt. Commander and awarded the Distinguished Service Cross. He left the service in 1948 and returned to acting both on stage and in films. In between times he used his journalism experience to write a number of books, including "To Sea in a Sieve" (1956) "Bulls in the Meadow" (1957), "I Know the Face But..." (1959), "Not on Your Telly" (1961), "I Say Look Here" (1965), and ran a small shop in Notting Hill Gate, in London.

  • Birthday

    Mar 21, 1912
  • Place of Birth

    London, England, UK

Known For

Movies & TV Shows