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Verkoper: forsche_design (7.616) 100%, Objectlocatie: Appleton, Wisconsin, Verzending naar: Worldwide, Objectnummer: 253995746711 This is a contemporary casting direct from an original life mask of Peter Sellers made as a display piece. This was molded from a "working" shop cast so it shows some signs of use and the detail is not sharp. The lifecast was originally made for make-up effects and mask creation for his feature film and television work. This 1:1 life-size casting is professionally crafted using a professional grade plaster and has a sturdy metal loop in the back for displaying on a wall. This casting can also be produced from a lightweight urethane plastic for an additional 100 dollars upon request. William Forsche has been creating and collecting lifecasts for most of his adult life. One of Forsche's career highlights was creating a lifecast of Vincent Price in 1988. "I have personally been collecting and creating life masks in Hollywood for over 30 years." "This is a professionally made modern casting made of the highest grade materials available." - William Forsche William Forsche offers you this high quality life mask direct from his Hollywood collection. Castings from our "Premium" Life Mask collection are made for the discriminating collector. These castings have been professionally remastered from the best source materials available, and should not be confused with lower quality life masks readily available elsewhere. A signed C.O.A. and a signature on every cast is provided by William Forsche to ensure its authenticity and high quality. Our castings have been used in numerous film productions, William Forsche has done life mask creation for Academy Award winning make-up artists Rick Baker, Greg Cannom and for George Lucas' special effects company Industrial Light and Magic. Many of our castings are also in the personal collections of high profile collectors and artists such as: Guillermo del Toro, David Bowie, Stevie Wonder, Liza Minnelli, Hugh Heffner, Kirk Douglas, and the late Tony Curtis and Gregory Peck. Testimonials from Hollywood professionals about the quality of Forsche Design Life Masks. Andy Schoneberg is a two time Emmy award winning makeup artist for "The Walking Dead." Below is the Humphrey Bogart display he created using one of Forsche's Life Masks. "I met William 28 years ago(!) on Dead Heat. He was a master life caster then, doing excellent work. He's a fantastic artist and technician. William's life cast collection is without equal. If William is offering a life cast of a particular person, you can bet he's done the legwork to make sure that it's the best, most accurate cast available. 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I've counted on Bill for reference busts when recreating famous faces and also for things like copies of Robin Williams' head, to which we applied two sets of original Mrs. Doubtfire appliances for display. In order to achieve that, we needed castings that were properly sized and without warp. Bill delivered, as he always does! I can highly recommend his work to anyone interested and look forward to my next purchase!" Sincerely, -Tom Spina Daniel Horne is a multiple award winning artist, painter and mask maker whose work is in many private collections worldwide including: Guillermo del Toro, Greg Nicotero and Rick Baker. "William, Thank you again for offering great life casts, I have ten of yours and they are far superior to anything else that is offered." -Daniel Horne Mike Hill is a portrait sculptor and artist whose work is in many private collections, Mike has also sculpted for television's "American Horror Story" and film projects such as "Men in Black 3" and "The Wolfman." "Life masks are a valuable tool in the process of sculpting a human head or likeness. It doesnt matter if it isn?t the actual person, understanding the folds and planes of the face is far easier to understand if you hold one in your hand . William Forsche is my go-to for any life mask." -Mike Hill Why purchase our life masks when there are cheaper plastic castings and other sources available? "The advent of the internet has put collecting life masks into the hands of many people outside the film industry; I have personally acquired some of these life masks from various internet sources and have been extremely disappointed with the quality and the distortion (shrinkage etc.) of these castings. The average person outside the film industry doesn't have studio grade life masks to compare their castings with. With over 30 years of selectively collecting life masks it has always been my goal to obtain the highest quality masks available. Not only have I been a collector I am also a Hollywood life mask artist who has created some of the castings that exist in private collections, museums and have been used in the production of many of the major Hollywood films which I have worked on. My professional experience gives me the insight and the ability to compare similar castings and grade them on their detail, shrinkage and distortion. It is my goal and my passion to always make the highest quality life masks possible and it is my pleasure to share these casts with the discriminating life mask collector." -William Forsche Select Thumbnails Below To View Larger Images Forsche Design's white plaster lifecast of Grace Kelley on the left compared to theirs which is on the right. Our more complete and detailed Grace Kelley cast does not exhibit the shrinkage or distortion of their casting which has less detail. Their once white plastic cast has yellowed considerably with age and has only a single wire as a do it yourself type of hanger. Lifecast artist Willa Shalit invited William Forsche to New York City in 1986 to teach her his lifecasting techniques, after seeing the torso and face casting of Hugh Heffner's girlfriend that he created for the Playboy Mansion. Forsche was later asked to assist Willa Shalit with the smiling lifecast of Stevie Wonder created for his Album cover "Characters." Many of Forsche's lifecasting techniques were also utilized for some of Shalit's more refined lifecasts in her book "Life Cast: Behind the Mask." Forsche works on a life mask of Brooke Shields in Shalit's lifecast studio, New York City circa 1986. Modern day photo of William Forsche recreating the "Aladdin Sane" life masks that he originally made for David Bowie's personal collection. David Bowie and William Forsche at "Top of the Pops" circa 1987. William Forsche with Hollywood Acting Legends: Kirk Douglas, Tony Curtis and Gregory Peck. Select image below to read an article about the lifecast artist William Forsche. William Forsche was asked to join several other top Hollywood make-up effects artists recently to teach his lifecasting techniques in the "Ultimate Creature Creator Class." Performer's Film Television & Media Appearances Mini Bio Date of Birth 8 September 1925, Southsea, Hampshire, England, UK Date of Death 24 July 1980, Lambeth, London, England, UK (heart attack) Birth Name Richard Henry Sellers Height 5' 8½" (1.74 m) Often credited as the greatest comedian of all time, Peter Sellers was born to a well-off English acting family in 1925. His mother and father worked in an acting company run by his grandmother. As a child, Sellers was spoiled, as his parents' first child had died at birth. He enlisted in the Royal Air Force and served during World War II. After the war he met Spike Milligan, Harry Secombe and Michael Bentine, who would become his future workmates. After the war, he set up a review in London, which was a combination of music (he played the drums) and impressions. Then, all of a sudden, he burst into prominence as the voices of numerous favorites on the BBC radio program "The Goon Show" (1951-1960), and then making his debut in films in Penny Points to Paradise (1951) and Down Among the Z Men (1952), before making it big as one of the criminals in The Ladykillers (1955). These small but showy roles continued throughout the 1950s, but he got his first big break playing the dogmatic union man, Fred Kite, in I'm All Right Jack (1959). The film's success led to starring vehicles into the 1960s that showed off his extreme comic ability to its fullest. In 1962, Sellers was cast in the role of Clare Quilty in the Stanley Kubrick version of the film Lolita (1962) in which his performance as a mentally unbalanced TV writer with multiple personalities landed him another part in Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove (1964) in which he played three roles which showed off his comic talent in play-acting in three different accents; British, American, and German. The year 1964 represented a peak in his career with four films in release, all of them well-received by critics and the public alike: "Dr. Strangelove," for which he was Oscar nominated, "The Pink Panther," in which he played his signature role of the bumbling French Inspector Jacques Clouseau for the first time, its almost accidental sequel, "A Shot in the Dark," and "The World of Henry Orient." Sellers was on top of the world, but on the evening of April 5, 1964, he suffered a nearly fatal heart attack after taking amyl nitrites (also called 'poppers'; an early type of Viagara-halogen combination) while engaged in a sexual act with his second wife Britt Eckland. He has been working on Billy Wilder's "Kiss Me, Stupid" (1964). In a move Wilder later regretted, he replaced Sellers with Ray Walston rather than hold up production. By October 1964, Sellers made a full recovery and was working again. The mid-1960s were noted for the popularity of all things British, from the Beatles music (who were presented with their Grammy for Best New Artist by Sellers) to the James Bond films, and the world turned to Sellers for comedy. "What's New Pussycat" (1965) was another big hit, but a combination of his ego and insecurity was making Sellers difficult to work with. When the James Bond spoof, "Casino Royale" (1967) ran over budget and was unable to recoup its costs despite an otherwise healthy box-office take, Sellers received some of the blame. He turned down an offer from United Artists for the title role in "Inspector Clouseau" (1968), but was angry when the production went ahead with Alan Arkin in his place. His difficult reputation and increasingly erratic behavior, combined with several less successful films, took a toll on his standing. By 1970, he had fallen out of favor. He spent the early years of the new decade appearing in such lackluster B films as "Where Does It Hurt?" (1972) and turning up more frequently on television as a guest on "The Dean Martin Show" and a Glen Campbell TV special. Inspector Clouseau came to his rescue when Sir Lew Grade expressed an interest in a TV series based on the character. Clouseau's creator, writer-director Blake Edwards, whose career had also seen better days, convinced Grade to bankroll a feature instead, and "Return of the Pink Panther" (1975) was a major hit in the summer of "Jaws" and restored both men to prominence. Sellers would play Clouseau in two more successful sequels, "The Pink Panther Strikes Again" (1976) and "The Revenge of the Pink Panther" (1978), and Sellers would use his newly rediscovered clout to realize his dream of playing Chauncey Gardiner in a film adaptation of Jerzy Kosinski's novel "Being There." Sellers had read the novel in 1972, but it took seven years for the film to reach the screen. "Being There" (1979) earned Sellers his second Oscar nomination, but he lost to Dustin Hoffman of "Kramer vs. Kramer" (1979). Sellers struggled with depression and mental insecurities throughout his life. An enigmatic figure, he often claimed to have no identity outside the roles that he played. His behavior on and off the set and stage became more erratic and compulsive, and he continued to frequently clash with his directors and co-stars, especially in the mid-1970s when his physical and mental health, together with his continuing alcohol and drug problems, were at their worst. He never fully recovered from his 1964 heart attack because he refused to take traditional heart medication and instead consulted with 'psychic healers'. As a result, his heart condition continued to slowly deteriorate over the next 16 years. On March 20, 1977, Sellers barely survived another major heart attack and had a pacemaker surgically implanted to regulate his heartbeat which caused him further mental and physical discomfort. However, he refused to slow down his work schedule or consider heart surgery which might have expanded his life by several years. On July 25, 1980, Sellers was scheduled to have a reunion dinner in London with his Goon Show partners, Spike Milligan and Harry Secombe. However, at around 12 noon on July 22, Sellers collapsed from a massive heart attack in his Dorchester Hotel room and fell into a coma. He died in a London hospital just after midnight on July 24, 1980 at age 54. He was survived by his fourth wife, Lynne Frederick, and three children: Michael, Sarah and Victoria. At the time of his death, he was scheduled to undergo an angiography in Los Angeles on July 30 to see if if he was eligible for heart surgery. His last movie, The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu (1980), completed just a few months before his death, proved to be another box office flop. Director Blake Edwards' attempt at reviving the Pink Panther series after Sellers' death resulted in two panned 1980s comedies, the first of which, Trail of the Pink Panther (1982), deals with Inspector Clouseau's disappearance and was made from material cut from previous Pink Panther films and includes interviews with the original casts playing their original characters. Spouse (4) Lynne Frederick (18 February 1977 - 24 July 1980) (his death) Miranda Elizabeth Louise Quarry (24 August 1970 - 27 September 1974) (divorced) Britt Ekland (19 February 1964 - 18 December 1968) (divorced) (1 child) Anne Howe (15 September 1951 - 7 March 1963) (divorced) (2 children) Trade Mark (5) Often played multiple characters His ability to change his voice and appearance Often infused his comic characters with an undercurrent of deep melancholy Often worked with Blake Edwards and Stanley Kubrick. Often ad-libbed some of the most memorable lines his characters say in his films Trivia (48) Father, with actress Britt Ekland, of actress Victoria Sellers. Ranked #84 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list. [October 1997] Born at 6:00am-BST Interred at Golders Green Crematorium, London, England, UK. Sellers, Spike Milligan, Michael Bentine and Harry Secombe performed on BBC Radio as "The Goon Show" in the early 1950s. Claimed to have had a near-death experience during a heart attack in 1964, in which he saw Heaven and he met an angel who told him that it was not his time to die yet. He was awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in the 1966 Queen's Birthday Honours List for his services to drama. First actor to be nominated for a single Academy award (best actor) for a film in which he potrayed three different characters in the same film: Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964). Sellers was the first male to appear on the cover of Playboy Magazine, in April 1964 Was a vegetarian. Father, with Anne Howe, of Michael Sellers and Sarah Sellers. His third wife, Miranda Quarry, is now "The Countess of Stockton." Turned down the role of George Webber in Blake Edwards' 10 (1979) (George Segal was cast instead but eventually replaced by Dudley Moore). Sellers made a cameo appearance but it wound up being cut out. His "Goon Show" records, and other comedy recordings from the 1950s and early 1960s, were produced by George Martin, before he worked with The Beatles. He was voted the 41st Greatest Movie Star of all time by Premiere Magazine. Died at 12:26am - BST after being in a coma for more than 30 hours after suffering a massive heart attack. Mel Brooks considered him for - and he expressed interest in - the role of "Leo Bloom" in The Producers (1967), but nothing ever came of it, and the role eventually went to Gene Wilder. However, Sellers was instrumental in the success of the film. After its release, he happened, almost by accident, to see a private screening of it and was so impressed that the next day he took out two full-page newspaper ads at his own expense proclaiming that it was one of the greatest comedies he had ever seen. This exposure helped promote the film at a critical time when it appeared that it was destined to sink without a trace. Is portrayed by Geoffrey Rush in The Life and Death of Peter Sellers (2004). At the time of his death, he was due to undergo an angiography in preparation for potential heart surgery in Los Angeles on July 30. One afternoon the doorbell rang in Sellers' London flat. As he was busy in his study, his wife Anne went to the door, where she was handed a telegram. The message: "Bring me a cup of coffee. Peter". Late one night, following a disappointing day wrestling with a troublesome scene in one of the Pink Panther films, director Blake Edwards was roused by a call from Sellers. "I just talked to God!" he exclaimed, "and he told me how to do it!" The next day Edwards humored Sellers - and the result was an unmitigated disaster. "Peter," Edwards suggested, "next time you talk to God, tell him to stay out of show business!". Died a few days after filming a "Barclays Bank" commercial, which was never aired. His performance as Dr. Strangelove in Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964) is ranked #75 on Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Movie Characters of All Time. His performance as Inspector Jacques Clouseau in the "Pink Panther" franchise is ranked #67 on Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Movie Characters of All Time. His performance as Chance the Gardener in Being There (1979) is ranked #49 on Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Movie Characters of All Time. At the time of his death, Sellers was set to play Inspector Clouseau again in "Romance of the Pink Panther". The script had been written by Sellers and Jim Moloney and the film was to be directed by Clive Donner. Pamela Stephenson was to have played the female lead. Also in the pipeline were the leads in Lovesick (1983) and Unfaithfully Yours (1984). Both these roles were taken over by Dudley Moore. At the time of his death, he left the bulk of his estate - cash, cars, houses and art amounting to £4.5 million - to fourth wife Lynne Frederick. He left his son Michael and his daughter Sarah from his first marriage to actress Anne Howe only £800 each. "It was a calculated and considered act. Even his lawyers blushed when they told me," Michael said. Sellers had married Frederick, who was known primarily as David Frost's girlfriend (and subsequently his wife after Sellers' death), in 1977. Reportedly Sellers was in the process of excluding her from his will in the time immediately preceding his death by heart attack in 1980. A drug addict and an alcoholic herself, Frederick died at age 39 and all income from Sellers' estate, including royalties from movie profit-sharing deals, was inherited by her daughter with third husband Barry Unger. Together with Nicolas Cage (Adaptation. (2002)) and Lee Marvin (Cat Ballou (1965)), and José Ferrer (Moulin Rouge (1952) Sellers is the only actor with an Oscar nomination for playing multiple characters in a film (in (Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964), he plays three characters, Group Captain (G/C) Lionel Mandrake, President Merkin Muffley and Dr. Strangelove). Marvin is the only one who actually won one for a double role. Became friends with the group The Beatles, and visited them at Abbey Road Studios. Was given a tape of rough mixes from the "White Album", which was auctioned (and bootlegged) after his death. He was one of the favorite actors of Elvis Presley who always had Sellers' Pink Panther films with him on the airplane while he was on tour. Prince Charles had been a fan of Sellers since "The Goon Show". In 1975, after he had seen The Return of the Pink Panther (1975) in Montreal, he wrote to Sellers that he'd laughed so hard he had wet the dress of the woman in the next seat. Before his death he spoke very highly of Robin Williams and Steve Martin, both considered that a great honor. Was an amateur photographer and camera nut for most of his life. Served in the Royal Air Force during World War II. His father was Protestant and his mother was Jewish. He attended St. Aloysius College, a Roman Catholic School. He was fitted with a pacemaker in 1977 for his failing heart. Claimed in a 1980 interview with Rolling Stone that he had fathered a son by a girlfriend while serving in the Royal Air Force during World War II, and abandoned them. Shirley MacLaine said of him, "Past lives leaking through and confusing him in this life.". In addition to dubbing Alfonso Bedoya in The Black Rose (1950), he also dubs the Chinese actor Ley On. He also provided the voice of an off-screen Winston Churchill in The Man Who Never Was (1956), and at least two other briefly-heard voices in that film. An oft-repeated rumor suggests that he also dubbed a few lines for Humphrey Bogart in Beat the Devil (1953), but this is harder to confirm. He was best known for his portrayal of the hapless, accident-prone Inspector Clouseau from the Pink Panther movies. A final film in the franchise was to be called "Romance of the Pink Panther", but Sellers died before it could be made. He is the primary influence on Sacha Baron Cohen. An English Heritage blue plaque can be found at his place of birth on the corner of Southsea Terrace and Castle Road in Southsea. What was the family home is above a Chinese restaurant. Married Britt Ekland after knowing her for only 10 days. Author Jackie Collins based the character "Charlie Brick" on Sellers in her book "Sinners". He worked with Peter O'Toole, Woody Allen, Ursula Andress and Burt Bacharach on both What's New Pussycat (1965) and Casino Royale (1967). Sellers was widely considered by industry professionals (particularly Blake Edwards) to be mentally ill with no real personality of his own. He habitually assumed the personalities of the characters he portrayed, morphing into another one in a following role. People that knew him intermittently over years were baffled by his transformations. As an actor, Sellers could be brilliant with a strong script, but he often accepted sub-par projects and inferior roles which would wreck havoc in his personal life. Lived in Gstaad, Switzerland during the last six years of his life. He was a great friend of the British actor Jon Pertwee, who was also known for many comedy parts. Personal Quotes (14) If you ask me to play myself, I will not know what to do. I do not know who or what I am. There used to be a me behind the mask, but I had it surgically removed. To see me as a person on screen would be one of the dullest experiences you could ever wish to experience. I'm a classic example of all humorists - only funny when I'm working. Women are more difficult to handle than men. It's their minds. I writhe when I see myself on the screen. I'm such a dreadfully clumsy hulking image. I say to myself, "Why doesn't he get off? Why doesn't he get off?" I mean, I look like such an idiot. Some fat awkward thing dredged up from some third-rate drama company. I must stop thinking about it, otherwise I shan't be able to go on working. [on Blake Edwards' smash hit 10 (1979)] I turned down the lead role many, many times. I just didn't feel I was right for the part. I'm a very ambitious person. I don't believe by any means that I've even begun to do what's inside me. I have a burning sort of fire inside me to do certain things which I know I'm going to do. I'm going to defeat all these berks that are around me and I'm going to do it. I mean, I have a name of being very difficult, I'm not difficult at all, I just cannot take mediocrity, I just cannot take it on any level. You only know what happiness is once you're married. But then it's too late. [on Goldie Hawn] In the fullest possible meaning of the word, she is so nice. [on Sophia Loren] I was never in love with any woman as deeply as I was with Sophia. [April 1969, interview in "Nova" magazine] When I look at myself I see a person who strangely lacks what I consider the ingredients for a personality. [on developing a role for the screen] I walk around, trying different accents, feeling my way to the character. I stare at my own image in the mirror every morning, waiting for the other fellow - the man I'm going to play - to emerge and stare back at me. I am waiting for the stranger to come into my life. When it happens, I have this flush of happiness. Most actors want to play "Othello", but all I've really wanted to play is Chance the Gardener. I feel what the character, the story is all about is not merely the triumph of a simple man, an illiterate. It's God's message again that the meek shall inherit the earth. Salary (1) The Pink Panther (1963) 90,000 USD Actor (88 credits) 1980 The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu Fu Manchu / Nayland Smith 1979 Being There Chance 1979 The Prisoner of Zenda Rudolf IV / Rudolf V / Syd Frewin 1978 Revenge of the Pink Panther Chief Insp. Jacques Clouseau 1978 Kingdom of Gifts The Slightly Larcenous Mayor (voice) 1976 The Pink Panther Strikes Again Chief Inspector Clouseau 1976 Murder by Death Sidney Wang 1975 The Return of the Pink Panther Insp. Jacques Clouseau 1975 The Great McGonagall Queen Victoria 1974 Undercovers Hero Général Latour / Major Robinson / Herr Schroeder / ... 1973 Ghost in the Noonday Sun Dick Scratcher 1973 The Optimists of Nine Elms Sam 1973 The Blockhouse Rouquet 1972 A Day at the Beach The Salesman (as A. Queen) 1972 Alice's Adventures in Wonderland The March Hare 1972 Sykes (TV Series) Tommy Grando - Stranger (1972) ... Tommy Grando 1972 Where Does It Hurt? Dr. Albert T. Hopfnagel 1970 Simon Simon (Short) Man with two cars 1970 'Wiltons' - The Handsomest Hall in Town (TV Movie) G.W.Ross 1970 There's a Girl in My Soup Robert Danvers 1970 Hoffman Benjamin Hoffman 1969 The Magic Christian Sir Guy Grand 1969 It Takes a Thief (TV Series) Man in Harbor Records Office - Who'll Bid Two Million Dollars? (1969) ... Man in Harbor Records Office 1968 I Love You, Alice B. Toklas! Harold 1968 The Party Hrundi V. Bakshi 1967 Woman Times Seven Jean (segment "Funeral Procession") 1967 Casino Royale Evelyn Tremble (James Bond - 007) 1967 The Bobo Juan Bautista 1966 Alice in Wonderland (TV Movie) King of Hearts 1966 After the Fox Aldo Vanucci 1966 The Wrong Box Doctor Pratt 1965 Birds, Bees and Storks (Short) Narrator (voice) 1965 What's New Pussycat Dr. Fritz Fassbender 1965 Tales from Hoffnung (TV Series) Narrator - Birds, Bees and Storks (1965) ... Narrator (voice) 1964 A Carol for Another Christmas (TV Movie) Imperial Me 1964 A Shot in the Dark Jacques Clouseau 1963-1964 The Telegoons (TV Series) Bluebottle / Col. Bloodnok / Henry Crun / ... - Tales of Montmartre (1964) ... Bluebottle / Col. Bloodnok / Henry Crun / ... (voice) - The Whistling Spy Enigma (1964) ... Bluebottle / Col. Bloodnok / Henry Crun / ... (voice) - The First Albert Memorial to the Moon (1964) ... Bluebottle / Col. Bloodnok / Henry Crun / ... (voice) - Captain Seagoon R.N. (1964) ... Bluebottle / Col. Bloodnok / Henry Crun / ... (voice) - The Africa Ship Canal (1964) ... Bluebottle / Col. Bloodnok / Henry Crun / ... (voice) Show all 9 episodes 1964 The World of Henry Orient Henry Orient 1964 Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb Group Capt. Lionel Mandrake / President Merkin Muffley / Dr. Strangelove 1963 The Pink Panther Insp. Jacques Clouseau 1963 Heavens Above! The Reverend John Smallwood 1963 The Wrong Arm of the Law Pearly Gates 1962 Trial and Error Wilfred Morgenhall, Solicitor 1962 Lolita Clare Quilty 1962 The Road to Hong Kong Indian Neurologist (uncredited) 1962 Waltz of the Toreadors Gen. Leo Fitzjohn 1962 Only Two Can Play John Lewis 1961 I Like Money Auguste Topaze 1960 The Millionairess Dr. Ahmed el Kabir 1960 Never Let Go Lionel Meadows 1960 The Battle of the Sexes Mr. Martin 1960 Two Way Stretch Dodger Lane 1959 The Running Jumping & Standing Still Film (Short) Photographer (uncredited) 1959 I'm All Right Jack Fred Kite / Sir John Kennaway 1959 The Mouse That Roared Grand Duchess Gloriana XII / Prime Minister Count Rupert of Mountjoy / Tully Bascombe 1959 Man in a Cocked Hat Señor Amphibulos - the prime minister 1958 Tom Thumb The Villain: Antony 1958 Theatre Night (TV Series) The Sultan - Brouhaha (1958) ... The Sultan 1958 Up the Creek CPO Doherty 1958 The April 8th Show (Seven Days Early) (TV Movie) Various Characters 1957 Insomnia Is Good for You (Short) Hector Dimwittie 1957 Your Past Is Showing Sonny MacGregor 1957 Big Time Operators Percy Quill 1957 Yes, It's the Cathode-Ray Tube Show! (TV Series) Various Characters (1957) (voice) 1957 Cold Comfort (Short) Hector Dimwittie 1957 Dearth of a Salesman (Short) Hector Dimwittie 1956 ITV Television Playhouse (TV Series) Snowball ('Snowball') / Cyril Owlham ('The Birdwatcher') - Double Bill: Snowball/The Birdwatcher (1956) ... Snowball ('Snowball') / Cyril Owlham ('The Birdwatcher') 1956 Son of Fred (TV Series) Various / Various Characters - Episode #1.5 (1956) ... Various - Episode #1.1 (1956) ... Various Characters 1956 A Show Called Fred (TV Series) Various Characters - Episode #1.5 (1956) ... Various Characters - Episode #1.4 (1956) ... Various Characters - Episode #1.3 (1956) ... Various Characters - Episode #1.2 (1956) ... Various Characters - Episode #1.1 (1956) ... Various Characters 1956 The Idiot Weekly, Price 2d (TV Series) Various Characters - Episode #1.6 (1956) ... Various Characters - Episode #1.1 (1956) ... Various Characters 1956 The Man Who Never Was Winston Churchill (voice, uncredited) 1956 The Case of the Mukkinese Battle-Horn (Short) Narrator / Supt. Quilt / Asst. Commissioner Sir Jervis Fruit / ... 1955 The Ladykillers Harry (a.k.a. 'Mr. Robinson') 1955 John and Julie P.C. Diamond 1955 Orders Are Orders Private Goffin 1954 And So to Bentley (TV Series) Various Roles - Episode #1.6 (1954) ... Various Roles - Episode #1.5 (1954) ... Various Roles - Episode #1.4 (1954) ... Various Roles - Episode #1.3 (1954) ... Various Roles - Episode #1.2 (1954) ... Various Roles Show all 6 episodes 1953 The Adventures of Sadie Parrot (voice, uncredited) 1953 Beat the Devil Billy Dannreuther (voice, uncredited) 1953 The Super Secret Service (Short) Sir Walter Smood / Reuben J. Crouch 1952 Don't Spare the Horses (TV Series) - Episode #1.2 (1952) 1952 Down Among the Z Men Colonel Bloodnok 1952 Goonreel (TV Movie) Various 1952 Trial Gallop (TV Movie) 1951 Let's Go Crazy (Short) Groucho Marx / Giuseppe / Cedric / ... 1951 Penny Points to Paradise The Major / Arnold Fringe 1951 Ça c'est du cinéma (UK version) (voice, uncredited) 1950 The Black Rose Lu Chung (voice, uncredited) 1915 A Burlesque on Carmen (Short) Narrator 1951 UK Sound Version Writer (8 credits) 1981 Gateway to the South (Short) (sketch) 1980 The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu (uncredited) 1969 The Magic Christian (additional material) 1967 Casino Royale (uncredited) 1964 I Say I Say I Say (Short) 1959 The Running Jumping & Standing Still Film (Short) (devised by) / (thoughts by) 1956 The Case of the Mukkinese Battle-Horn (Short) (additional material) 1951 Let's Go Crazy (Short) (uncredited) Soundtrack (9 credits) 2004 The Life and Death of Peter Sellers (performer: "Goodness Gracious Me", "After the Fox") 1978 Revenge of the Pink Panther (performer: "Thank Heaven for Little Girls" - uncredited) 1978 The Muppet Show (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode) - Peter Sellers (1978) ... (performer: "A Gypsy's Violin", "Cigarettes and Whiskey") 1976 The Pink Panther Strikes Again (performer: "Come to Me", "Thank Heaven for Little Girls" (uncredited)) 1972 Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (performer: "I See What I Eat", "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Bat", "The Pun Song") 1969 The Magic Christian (performer: "Mad About The Boy", "Lili Marlene" (uncredited)) 1967 The Bobo (performer: "Girl from Barcelona", "The Bulls of Salamanca") 1966 After the Fox (performer: "After the Fox") 1952 Down Among the Z Men (performer: "Down Among the Z Men" - uncredited) Director (4 credits) 1980 The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu (uncredited) 1964 I Say I Say I Say (Short) 1961 I Like Money 1959 The Running Jumping & Standing Still Film (Short) (uncredited) Editor (1 credit) 1959 The Running Jumping & Standing Still Film (Short) (uncredited) Producer (1 credit) 1959 The Running Jumping & Standing Still Film (Short) (producer - uncredited) Thanks (5 credits) 2013 No More Funny Show! (Video documentary) (inspiration) 2012 Funny Show Part Two: The Video - Movie (Video) (inspiration) 2010-2011 Special Collector's Edition (TV Series) (in memory of - 2 episodes) - ¡Hasta nunca, Doctor! (2011) ... (in memory of) - Jo, un cadáver revoltoso (2010) ... (in memory of) 1982 Trail of the Pink Panther (dedicatee - as Peter) 1963 The Guest (the producers wish to thank) Self (69 credits) 1998 Música sí (TV Series) Himself - Episode dated 28 March 1998 (1998) ... Himself 1976-1980 Clapper Board (TV Series) Himself / Himself - Behind-the Scenes footage from 'The Pink Panther Strikes Again' - Peter Sellers: Part 2 (1980) ... Himself - Peter Sellers: Part 1 (1980) ... Himself - The Pink Panther Strikes Again (1976) ... Himself - Behind-the Scenes footage from 'The Pink Panther Strikes Again' 1980 Billy Baxter Presents Diary of the Cannes Film Festival with Rex Reed (TV Movie documentary) Himself 1980 Whicker's World (TV Series) Himself - California: Nothing Is Utopia, This Comes Pretty Close (1980) ... Himself 1980 The Don Lane Show (TV Series) Himself - Episode dated 17 April 1980 (1980) ... Himself 1980 Good Morning America (TV Series) Himself - Episode dated 19 March 1980 (1980) ... Himself 1980 Today (TV Series) Himself - Episode dated 12 March 1980 (1980) ... Himself 1979 It'll Be Alright on the Night 2 (TV Movie) Himself - Guest 1978 Mickey's 50 (Documentary) Himself 1978 That's Panthertainment (TV Special documentary) Himself 1978 The Great Pram Race (Documentary short) Commentator (as Peter Sellers) 1978 The Muppet Show (TV Series) Himself - Special Guest Star - Peter Sellers (1978) ... Himself - Special Guest Star 1975-1976 Looks Familiar (TV Series) Himself - Guest - Episode dated 5 January 1976 (1976) ... Himself - Guest - Episode dated 16 September 1975 (1975) ... Himself - Guest 1975 Dinah! (TV Series) Himself - Episode #1.152 (1975) ... Himself 1975 Salute to Sir Lew - The Master Showman (TV Movie documentary) Himself 1975 Face Your Image (TV Series) Himself - Spike Milligan (1975) ... Himself 1975 Peter Sellers og hans verden (TV Movie documentary) Himself 1972-1974 Parkinson (TV Series) Himself - Episode #4.12 (1974) ... Himself - Episode #2.18 (1972) ... Himself (as The Goons) 1974 Flip Wilson... Of Course (TV Movie) Himself 1974 Glen Campbell: The Campbells Are Coming (TV Special) Himself 1973 The Dean Martin Show (TV Series) Himself - Episode #8.27 (1973) ... Himself 1970-1972 Film Night (TV Series) Himself - Alice in Wonderland (1972) ... Himself - Sellers & Milligan (1970) ... Himself 1971-1972 Cinema (TV Series documentary) Himself - Peter Sellers (1972) ... Himself - Episode dated 14 January 1971 (1971) ... Himself 1972 The New Bill Cosby Show (TV Series) Himself - Episode dated 18 September 1972 (1972) ... Himself 1972 The Last Goon Show of All (TV Movie) Himself / Policeman / Hercules Grytpype-Thynne / ... 1971 V.I.P.-Schaukel (TV Series documentary) Himself - Episode #1.1 (1971) ... Himself 1971 The British Screen Awards (TV Special) Himself 1970 The Late Late Show (TV Series) Himself - Episode dated 20 November 1970 (1970) ... Himself 1970 Let It Be (Documentary) Himself (scenes deleted) 1969-1970 Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In (TV Series) Himself / Himself - Guest Performer - Episode #3.26 (1970) ... Himself (uncredited) - Episode #3.10 (1969) ... Himself - Episode #3.1 (1969) ... Himself - Guest Performer 1969 Will the Real Mr Sellers.....? (TV Movie documentary) Subject Of Portrait 1969 London aktuell (TV Series documentary) Himself - Episode #1.1 (1969) ... Himself 1969 One Pair of Eyes (TV Series documentary) Himself - No, But Seriously (1969) ... Himself 1969 This Is Tom Jones (TV Series documentary) Himself - Episode #1.1 (1969) ... Himself 1968 The Goon Show (TV Short) Himself / Henry Crun / Bluebottle / ... 1967 With Love, Sophia (TV Movie) Himself 1967 The Heart of Show Business (TV Movie) Himself - Performer 1967 ABC Stage 67 (TV Series) Himself - David Frost's Night Out in London (1967) ... Himself 1966 Secombe and Friends (TV Special) Himself 1966 El rey en Londres Himself 1965 The Music of Lennon & McCartney (TV Special documentary) Richard III 1965 The Royal Variety Performance 1965 (TV Special) Himself 1965 The Best on Record (TV Special) Himself 1965 Not Only... But Also (TV Series) Himself / Himself - Guest - Episode #1.6 (1965) ... Himself - Episode #1.4 (1965) ... Himself - Guest 1964 The Eamonn Andrews Show (TV Series) Himself - Episode #1.12 (1964) ... Himself 1960-1964 Juke Box Jury (TV Series) Himself - Panellist - Episode #1.231 (1964) ... Himself - Panellist - Episode #1.202 (1963) ... Himself - Panellist - Episode #1.73 (1960) ... Himself - Panellist 1962 This Is Your Life (TV Series documentary) Himself - Richard Attenborough (1962) ... Himself 1961 Tempo (TV Series) - Episode dated 15 October 1961 (1961) 1961 The Jo Stafford Show (TV Series) Himself - The Language of Language (1961) ... Himself 1960 The Jack Paar Tonight Show (TV Series) Himself - Episode #3.134 (1960) ... Himself - Episode #3.121 (1960) ... Himself 1960 Close Up: Peter Sellers (Short) Himself 1959 Val Parnell's Sunday Night at the London Palladium (TV Series) Himself - Episode #4.35 (1959) ... Himself 1959 The Ivor Novello Awards (TV Special) Himself - Performer 1959 The 1959 Show (TV Movie) Himself 1958 Spectacular (TV Series) Himself - Guest - The Marguerite Piazza Show (1958) ... Himself - Guest 1958 The World Our Stage (TV Series) Himself - Episode #1.5 (1958) ... Himself 1958 This Is Your Life (TV Series documentary) Himself - Harry Secombe (1958) ... Himself 1957 Six-Five Special (TV Series) Himself - Episode #1.44 (1957) ... Himself 1957 The Lord's Taverners Ball (TV Movie) Himself 1957 The Wakey Wakey Tavern (TV Series) Himself - Episode #4.3 (1957) ... Himself 1957 Salute to Show Business (TV Movie) Himself 1957 The Windmill Theatre: Twenty-Five Years Non-Stop (TV Short) Himself 1957 Eric Sykes Presents Peter Sellers (TV Series) Himself / Various Characters 1956 Off the Record (TV Series) Himself - Performer - Episode #2.6 (1956) ... Himself - Performer (as The Goons) 1955 Secombe Here! (TV Mini-Series) Himself - Episode #1.3 (1955) ... Himself 1953 Music-Hall (TV Series) Himself - Episode #3.32 (1953) ... Himself 1951 London Entertains (Documentary) Himself (as The Goons) 1948 New to You (TV Movie) Himself 1948 New to You (TV Series) Himself - Episode dated 3 May 1948 (1948) ... Himself Archive footage (69 credits) 2017 The Ghost of Peter Sellers (Documentary) (post-production) Himself 2016 4th Indie Fest of YouTube Videos 2016 (TV Movie) Winner of Golden Prize Alien for contribution to Comedy 2015 Talking Comedy (TV Series) - Peter Sellers (2015) 2015 End of the World Night (TV Movie documentary) 2014 Spike Milligan: Love, Light and Peace (TV Movie documentary) Himself 2013 Piers Morgan's Life Stories (TV Series) Himself - Britt Ekland (2013) ... Himself 2012 Timeshift (TV Series documentary) Himself - Goon Show - The British Army of the Rhine (2012) ... Himself - Goon Show 2012 A Night at the Movies: Hollywood Goes to Washington (TV Movie documentary) Dr. Strangelove / President Muffley / Group Captain Mandrake 2012/I Room 237 (Documentary) Clare Quilty (uncredited) 2011 The Story of the Music Hall with Michael Grade (TV Movie documentary) W. G. Ross 2011 Special Collector's Edition (TV Series) Dr. Albert T. Hopfnagel - ¡Hasta nunca, Doctor! (2011) ... Dr. Albert T. Hopfnagel 2010 Moguls & Movie Stars: A History of Hollywood (TV Mini-Series documentary) President Merkin Muffley - Fade Out, Fade In (2010) ... President Merkin Muffley (uncredited) 2010 Alice in Wonderland Stills Gallery (Video short) Himself / King of Hearts (uncredited) 2009 Monty Python: Almost the Truth - The Lawyer's Cut (TV Mini-Series) Himself - The Not-So-Interesting Beginnings (2009) ... Himself 2008 Morir de humor (TV Movie) 2008 The Comedy Map of Britain (TV Series documentary) Himself - Episode #2.6 (2008) ... Himself (uncredited) 2007 British Film Forever (TV Mini-Series documentary) Dr. Strangelove - Bullets, Bombs and Bridges: The Story of the War Film (2007) ... Dr. Strangelove (uncredited) 2007 Hitler: The Comedy Years (TV Movie documentary) Dr. Strangelove / Fred Kite (uncredited) 2007 All the Best from Denis Norden (TV Movie documentary) Himself / Chief Insp. Jacques Clouseau (uncredited) 2006 20 to 1 (TV Series documentary) Evelyn Tremble - World's Best Love Songs (2006) ... Evelyn Tremble 2006 ¿De qué te ríes? (TV Movie) Hrundi V. Bakshi / Insp. Jacques Clouseau 2006 Boffo! Tinseltown's Bombs and Blockbusters (Documentary) Chance the Gardener / Dr. Strangelove (uncredited) 2005 Movies That Shook the World (TV Series documentary) Dr. Strangelove - 2001: A Space Odyssey (2005) ... Dr. Strangelove (uncredited) 2005 Greatest TV Comedy Moments (TV Movie documentary) Himself (uncredited) 2005 Midnight Movies: From the Margin to the Mainstream (Documentary) Himself 2005 Comic Relief Does University Challenge (TV Special) Himself (uncredited) 2004 Best Sellers or: Peter Sellers and Dr. Strangelove (Video documentary short) Himself 2004 Inside the Party (Video documentary short) Hrundi V. Bakshi 2004 The 76th Annual Academy Awards (TV Special) Insp. Jacques Clouseau 2004 Somebody's Daughter, Somebody's Son (TV Series documentary) Himself - Episode #1.2 (2004) ... Himself 2004 Sykes in the Studio (Video short) 2004 Sykes on Sykes (Video short) 2003 The Pink Panther Story (Video documentary short) Insp. Jacques Clouseau (uncredited) 2003 Behind the Laughter (TV Series documentary) Himself - Episode dated 20 October 2003 (2003) ... Himself 2003 Living Famously (TV Series documentary) Himself - Peter Sellers (2003) ... Himself 2002 Legends (TV Series documentary) Himself - Peter Sellers (2002) ... Himself 2002 E! True Hollywood Story (TV Series documentary) Himself - Liza Minnelli (2002) ... Himself 1995-2002 Heroes of Comedy (TV Series documentary) Himself / Fred Kite - Dick Emery (2002) - Spike Milligan (2002) - The Goons (1997) ... Himself (as Peter Sellers CBE) - Terry-Thomas (1995) ... Fred Kite 2002 The Paranormal Peter Sellers (TV Movie documentary) Himself 2001 The Sketch Show Story (TV Series documentary) Himself / Various Characters 2001 Wild About Harry: A Tribute to Sir Harry Secombe (TV Special) 2000 Hollywood Remembers (TV Series documentary) - Peter Sellers 2000 The 100 Greatest TV Ads (TV Special) 2000 The Unknown Peter Sellers (TV Special documentary) Himself 2000 The Unforgettable Hattie Jacques (TV Movie documentary) Himself 1998 Masters of the Martial Arts Presented by Wesley Snipes (TV Special documentary) Himself 1996 Spike (TV Movie documentary) Himself 1995 Kicking & Screaming (TV Series documentary) Himself - The Route to '66 (1995) ... Himself 1995 Arena (TV Series documentary) Himself - The Peter Sellers Story - "I Am Not a Funny Man" (1995) ... Himself - The Peter Sellers Story - Jack to Jacques (1995) ... Himself - The Peter Sellers Story - Southsea to Shepperton (1995) ... Himself 1993 Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In: 25th Anniversary Reunion (TV Movie) 1992 Funny Business (TV Series documentary) 1991 Memories of 1970-1991 (TV Series documentary) Himself - 1980 ... Himself 1987 Tears, Laughter, Fears and Rage (TV Mini-Series) Himself - Laughter (1987) ... Himself 1986 The Rock 'n' Roll Years (TV Series) Himself - 1964 (1986) ... Himself 1985 Muppet Video: Rowlf's Rhapsodies with the Muppets (Video) Himself 1985 Muppet Video: Muppet Treasures (Video) Himself 1983 Bonds Are Forever (Video documentary) James Bond / Himself 1982 Trail of the Pink Panther Chief Insp. Jacques Clouseau 1982 Bob Hope's Pink Panther Thanksgiving Gala (TV Movie) Inspector Clouseau 1982 Hollywood: The Gift of Laughter (TV Movie documentary) Actor - 'Casino Royale' (uncredited) 1981 Of Muppets and Men: The Making of 'The Muppet Show' (TV Movie documentary) Himself / Doctor Merkwürdigliebe 1981 Margret Dünser, auf der Suche nach den Besonderen (TV Movie documentary) Himself 1981 The 53rd Annual Academy Awards (TV Special) Himself 1977 To See Such Fun (Documentary) Himself 1976 The Mike Douglas Show (TV Series) Himself - Actor - Episode #15.50 (1976) ... Himself - Actor 1976 America at the Movies (Documentary) President Merkin Muffley / Dr. Strangelove 1966 Film Preview (TV Series) Dr. Ahmed el Kabir - Episode #1.3 (1966) ... Dr. Ahmed el Kabir 1965 The Ed Sullivan Show (TV Series) Italian Movie Director - Episode #19.4 (1965) ... 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