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Peter Robert McEnery (born 21 February 1940 in Walsall, Staffordshire) is an English stage and film actor.

He has played for the Royal Shakespeare Company, and starred in movies such as 1964's The Moon-Spinners (in which he famously gave Hayley Mills her first "grown-up" screen kiss) and The Fighting Prince of Donegal.

On stage, one of his most notable roles has been Sir Frederick Treves in The Elephant Man (the play that inspired the movie) at the National Theatre in 1980.

Selected filmography:

  • ITV Play of the Week (1960-1964) as Simon / Captain Richard Travers
  • The Moon-Spinners (1964) as Mark Camford
  • The Game is Over (1966) as Maxime Saccard
  • The Fighting Prince of Donegal (1966) as Prince Hugh "Roe" O'Donnell of Donegal
  • I Killed Rasputin (1967) as Felix Yusupov
  • Entertaining Mr Sloane (1970) as Sloane
  • The Adventures of Gerard (1970) as Brigadier Etienne Gerard
  • Atlantic Wall (1970) as Lieutenant Jeff
  • Clayhanger (1976) as Edwin Clayhanger
  • Inspector Morse (1988) as Donald Phillipson
  • Scalp (series, 2008) as Coolet