Aber Peter Cushing spielte bei der britischen Firma "Hammer-Film" bei der er ab unter Vertrag war auch den unglückseligen Dr. Frankenstein oder den. Entdecke alle Serien und Filme von Peter Cushing. Von den Anfängen seiner 44 Karriere-Jahre bis zu geplanten Projekten. Peter Wilton Cushing, OBE war ein britischer Schauspieler. Besondere Popularität erlangte Cushing ab den späten er Jahren als Darsteller zahlreicher Horrorfilme, in denen er als Wissenschaftler.
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Always the professional, Mr. Cushing's final work was the Hammer documentary Flesh and Blood. The generous, kind and gentle nature, he showed off-camera to his co-workers and fans is legendary.
Peter Cushing truly was The Gentle Man of Horror. This is his official site under the guidance of his former secretary, Mrs. Joyce Broughton.
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Several filmmakers and actors have claimed to be influenced by Peter Cushing, including actor Doug Bradley , who played Pinhead in the Hellraiser horror films ,  and John Carpenter, who directed such films as Halloween , Escape from New York and The Thing Cushing had a variety of interests outside acting, including collecting and battling model soldiers , of which he owned over five thousand.
Wells for miniature wargaming. He nevertheless maintained a belief in both God and an afterlife. Peter Cushing was known among his colleagues for his gentle and gentlemanly demeanour, as well as his professionalism and rigorous preparation as an actor.
At times, this put him at odds with writers and producers; Hammer Studios producer Anthony Hinds once declared him a "fusspot [and] terrible fusser about his wardrobe and everything, but never a difficult man.
Although he appeared in both television and stage productions, Cushing preferred the medium of film, which allowed his perfectionist nature to work out the best performance possible.
In Cushing's wife died; they had been married since Cushing often said he felt his life had ended when hers did,  and he was so crushed that when his first autobiography was published in , it made no mention of his life after her death.
Time is interminable, the loneliness is almost unbearable and the only thing that keeps me going is the knowledge that my dear Helen and I will be reunited again some day.
To join Helen is my only ambition. You have my permission to publish that Please say that. In his autobiography, Cushing implies that he attempted suicide on the night of his wife's death by running up and down stairs in the vain hope that it would induce a heart attack.
He later stated that this had simply been a hysterical response borne out of grief, and that he had not purposely attempted to end his life; a poem left by Helen had implored him not to die until he had lived his life to the full, and he had resolved that to commit suicide would have meant letting her down.
Cushing's colleagues of that period commented on his faith and his conviction that his separation from his wife was only temporary.
The effects of his wife's death proved to be as much physical as mental. For his role in Dracula A. He repeated the role of the man who lost family in other horror films, including Asylum , The Creeping Flesh , and The Ghoul This article incorporates text from a free content work.
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Il film fu anche una delle prime pellicole d'orrore inglesi ad avere grande successo negli Stati Uniti rivaleggiando per fama e guadagni con il celeberrimo Dracula realizzato nel dalla Universal.
Who and the Daleks e Daleks - Il futuro fra un milione di anni basati su due avventure della serie televisiva Doctor Who. Cushing decise coscientemente di recitare questa parte di un personaggio amabile e familiare, nello sforzo di sfuggire alla sua immagine di attore horror.
Apparve anche nella serie cult Agente speciale e ancora nel suo seguito, Gli infallibili tre.Sylvester McCoy 8. Dracula braucht frisches Blut. Artikel merken In den Warenkorb Artikel ist im Warenkorb. Der Letzte Zeuge Episodenguide Grace GBFSK 12, Min. Peter Wilton Cushing was born on May 26, in Kenley, Surrey, England, to Nellie Maria (King) and George Edward Cushing, a quantity surveyor. He and his older brother David were raised first in Dulwich Village, a south London suburb, and then later back in Surrey. Peter Cushing, OBE (– 11 August ) was an English actor. He is best known for his roles in horror movies and Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. Peter Wilton Cushing (May 26, – August 11, ) was an English actor best known for his roles in the Hammer Studios horror films of the s, '60s, and '70s, as well as his performance as Grand Moff Wilhuff Tarkin in Star Wars (). Peter Wilton Cushing (born in Kenley, Surrey on 26 May , died 11 August ) played the eccentric Dr. Who in two mids movies (Dr. Who and the Daleks and Daleks' Invasion Earth A.D.) based on the Doctor Who television series. I had a similar sensation last week, when Peter Cushing (who died in ) popped up in the new Star Wars movie, Rogue One. Such an appearance had been reported for more than a year, but it was.