Peter Tuddenham

Peter Tuddenham played half of the Timelord double act from episode six - Voix

Voix is the voice - appropriate, since Peter is essentially a voice artist. Heard in many classic BBC Doctor Who stories he is better known for his portrayal of Orac and Zen in Blake's 7.

Whilst we were working with him he regaled us with tales of working at Glyndebourne as a voice coach for a new opera where the cast were required to sing in a Suffolk accent of all things!

Another great man to work with, we mauy not use the out-take of a particular line delivered in pure Suffolk!

Sadly Peter passed away a couple of years ago and is much missed. His inclusion on the War Games in an edited version of his scene playing Voix along with Scribe was something we had hoped for. Notice the great collection of ancient texts he is looking through - these props were supplied by Ashley and formed part of his Grandfather's unique photographic collection depicting Hadrian's Roman Wall.

Peter's film and tv roles included...

Mind to Murder, A (1995) (TV)
"Maelstrom" (1985) (mini) (TV Series)
Burston Rebellion, The (1985) (TV)
Blake's 7 (1978-81) (V)
"Lost Boys, The" (1978) (mini) (TV Series)
"Nine Tailors, The" (1974) (mini) (TV Series)

"Bill, The" (1983) playing "Mr. Wilson"
... in episode: "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" 12/7/1995
"Campion" (1989) playing "Pepper"
"Bergerac" (1981) playing "Minister"
... in episode: "Poison" (episode # 5.8) 2/21/1987
"Only Fools and Horses" (1981) playing "Charles"
... in episode: "Royal Flush, A" 12/25/1986
"Lovejoy" (1986) playing "Auctioneer"
... in episode: "Sting, The" (episode # 1.3) 1/24/1986
"Nanny" (1981) playing "Doctor"
... in episode: "Ashes to Ashes" (episode # 2.2) 1/16/1982
"Nanny" (1981) playing "Doctor"
... in episode: "Other Peoples' Babies" (episode # 1.10) 3/14/1981
"Doctor Who" (1963) playing "The Mandragora Helix" ((voice))
... in episode: "Masque of Mandragora, The" (episode # 14.1) 9/4/1976
"Doctor Who" (1963) playing "Computer" ((voice))
... in episode: "Ark in Space, The" (episode # 12.2) 1/25/1975
"Nearest and Dearest" (1968) playing "Rev Hitchcock"
... in episode: "You Make Me Feel So Young" (episode # 1.5) 9/12/1968
"Nearest and Dearest" (1968) playing "Rev Hitchcock"
... in episode: "Lead Me to the Altar" (episode # 1.2) 8/22/1968

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