Is Peter Bowles married or dating? Regarding his relationship status, Bowles is a married man. His wife’s name is Susan Bennett. The couple celebrated their wedding in 1961 which means they have been in the conjugal life for many decades. The couple is blessed with two children who are matured and successful in their own professional life. Let’s explore in detail about Bowles’ wiki including some interesting personal facts and biography:

 

Who is Peter Bowles?

Born as Peter Bowles, he landed the planet on 16 October 1936, which makes his age be 84 years old as of 2020. By profession, he is an English actor who has performed in multiple television programs and stage. He is known for his appearance in the 2008 film named The Bank Job. He also appeared in The Charge of the Light Brigade as Paymaster Captain Henry Duberly in 1968.

 

Early Life and Education

Bowles was born in 1936 and his place of birth is in London, England. Talking about his family background, he was born to the parents named Sarah Jane (mother) and Herbert Reginald Bowles (father). His father used to work as a chauffeur and butler. Regarding his education and academic achievements, he went to Mapperley Plains Primary School where he was the student to novelist Stanley Middleton. He also received a scholarship from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) where he was trained as an actor.

 

Career and Professional Life

Peter started his professional career in 1956 by being part of Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, Richard II and Troilus and Cressida. He usually appeared as villains (usually foreign) in shows like Danger Man, The Saint, The Prisoner and The Persuaders! He was also seen in series of Rumpole of the Bailey (1978–1992). He portrayed the role of David Grant in the BBC series Survivors.

A turning point in his career came when Bowles appeared in Running Late for which he gained wide positive reviews. He received offers for a leading role Alan Bridges’ TV film Shelley as Byron. He was also starred at the Garrick Theatre in the play Alan Ayckbourn’s Absent Friends. He was cast in Mellis and Scinto’s Gangster No 1 as the ultimate gangster. He also turned as the executive producer for the movie Gangster No. 1 (2000).

In his long successful career, Bowles has appeared in many other movies like Live Now, Pay Later (1962), Michelangelo Antonioni’s Blowup (1966), Laughter in the Dark (1969), Eyewitness (1970), The Offence (1972), The Legend of Hell House (1973), Try This One for Size (1989), Colour Me Kubrick (2005), Alan in Hong Khaou’s Lilting (2014) and others.

 

Personal Life

Peter Bowles is a married man. He is the husband to Susan Bennett who has supported him in each and every obstacle. They have two children together and have been able to become responsible parents. His autobiography was published in 2010 titled ‘Ask Me if I’m happy.

 

Body Measurements

Peter Bowles stands at a tall height of 6 feet and 2 inches. He is a healthy person and has done his best to remain fit by being under regular workout and diet plans. Other body measurements and health details of him aren’t available.

 

Salary and Net worth

English actor Peter Bowles has an estimated net worth of 2.5 million USD. In 1955, he received Madge Kendal Prize. He was also the receiver of ITV Personality of the Year in 1983. The same year, he won the Male Comedy Star Award. Bowles also earned The Golden Gate Award in 1993.

 

Wiki and Facts

The biography of Peter Bowles is prepared by various wiki sites including Wikipedia and IMDb. The verified social networking sites like Instagram and Twitter of Bowles aren’t available.