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Peter Kay is a Actor British born on 2 july 1973 at Farnworth (United-kingdom)

Peter Kay

Peter Kay
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Birth name Peter John Kay
Nationality United-kingdom
Birth 2 july 1973 (46 years) at Farnworth (United-kingdom)

Peter John Kay (born 2 July 1973) is an English comedian and actor. His last stand-up comedy tour was officially inaugurated into the Guinness World Records as the most successful of all time, playing to over 1.2 million people. He has written, produced, and acted in several award winning television and film projects. In addition, he has authored three books. In 2015, he starred in BBC sitcoms Peter Kay's Car Share and Cradle to Grave.

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Mark Gatiss
Mark Gatiss
(2 films)
Nick Park
Nick Park
(1 films)
John Thomson
John Thomson
(2 films)
Loyd Price
Loyd Price
(1 films)
Steve Box
Steve Box
(1 films)
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Filmography of Peter Kay (5 films)

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Fireman Sam: The Great Fire of Pontypandy, 1h
Genres Animation
Themes Children's films
Actors Steve Kynman, Peter Kay
Rating61% 3.096433.096433.096433.096433.09643
Norman, Derek, Sarah, James and Dilys go pioneering with Trevor Evans in the forest. Norman and Derek attempt to light a campfire by rubbing sticks together. They are called away, not realising that the fire has caught, and this leads to the "Great Fire of Pontypandy".
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, 1h25
Directed by Nick Park, Steve Box
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Comedy, Fantasy, Adventure, Animation
Themes Films about animals, Cooking films, Film d'animation mettant en scène un animal, Films about dogs, Mise en scène d'un lapin ou d'un lièvre, Children's films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère, Robot films, Mise en scène d'une plante
Actors Peter Sallis, Ralph Fiennes, Helena Bonham Carter, Liz Smith, Peter Kay, John Thomson
Roles PC Mackintosh (voice)
Rating73% 3.6969353.6969353.6969353.6969353.696935
Tottington Hall's annual Giant Vegetable Competition is approaching. The winner of the competition will win the coveted Golden Carrot Award. All are eager to protect their vegetables from damage and thievery by rabbits until the contest, and Wallace and Gromit are cashing in by running a vegetable security and humane pest control business, "Anti-Pesto".
The League of Gentlemen's Apocalypse, 1h32
Directed by Steve Bendelack
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Comedy, Horror
Themes Time travel films
Actors Mark Gatiss, Reece Shearsmith, Simon Pegg, Emily Woof, Michael Sheen, Bruno Langley
Roles Simon Pig
Rating62% 3.100643.100643.100643.100643.10064
One night Jeremy Dyson calls the other members of The League of Gentlemen to talk about a new series idea he's had (everyone in Royston Vasey would wake up with a tail), however the other writers no longer wish to write the series and are keen to move on to new projects. Suddenly he is confronted by three of the more popular characters from the series; Papa Lazarou and the Tattsyrups. Dyson tries to make a run for it but falls off the edge of a cliff.
24 Hour Party People, 1h57
Directed by Michael Winterbottom
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Biography, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Musical theatre, Musical
Themes Films about music and musicians, Musical films
Actors Steve Coogan, Paddy Considine, John Thomson, Shirley Henderson, Lennie James, Martin Hancock
Roles Don Tonay
Rating72% 3.648673.648673.648673.648673.64867
In 1976, television presenter Tony Wilson sees the Sex Pistols perform at the Manchester Lesser Free Trade Hall for the first time. Inspired, Wilson starts a weekly series of punk rock shows at a Manchester club, where the newly formed Joy Division perform, led by the erratic, brooding Ian Curtis.
Blow Dry
Blow Dry (2001)
, 1h34
Directed by Paddy Breathnach
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romance
Themes Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film, Lesbian-related films
Actors Alan Rickman, Natasha Richardson, Rachel Griffiths, Rachael Leigh Cook, Josh Hartnett, Bill Nighy
Roles Cyril the Barman
Rating61% 3.09973.09973.09973.09973.0997
Shelley Allen (Natasha Richardson) operates a hairdressing shop in Keighley with her domestic partner Sandra (Rachel Griffiths). Shelley has been battling cancer, a secret known only to Sandra and a few confidants. She receives a terminal prognosis from her oncologist and decides to hide the truth from Sandra. When Keighley is chosen to host the British hairdressing championship, Shelley wants to participate one last time. She asks her ex-husband Phil (Alan Rickman) and her son Brian (Josh Hartnett), who operate a barber shop, to join her and Sandra as a team to enter the competition. Phil rejects the proposition: ten years previously Shelley had been his partner in the competition, and she ran off with Sandra (their model) the night before the third event; Phil has never forgiven them. Meanwhile, defending champion Raymond Robertson (Bill Nighy) visits Phil to ensure that Phil is not competing. Brian is offput when Raymond belittles Phil's confidence and ability. When he is attracted to Raymond's beautiful daughter Christina (Rachael Leigh Cook), Brian offers to join Shelley's team.