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Famous Person: Birth Name : Peter Sydney Ernest Aylen / Stage Name : Peter Lawford

Famous For: Actor, Rat Pack

Movie - Television Titles:

Where Is Parsifal? (1983) .... Montague Chippendale
"Fantasy Island" 
- The Case Against Mr. Roarke/Save Sherlock Holmes (1982) -
TV Episode .... Sherlock Holmes
- Crescendo/Three Feathers (1980) TV Episode .... Jesse
- Cowboy/The Second Mrs. Winslow (1979) TV Episode .... Harvey Winslow
"The Jeffersons" 
- The House That George Built (1981) TV Episode (voice) .... Museum Guide
Body and Soul (1981) .... Big Man
Gypsy Angels (1980) 
Mysterious Island of Beautiful Women (1979) (TV) .... Gordon Duvall
... aka Island of Saint Theresa (USA) 
"Highcliffe Manor" (1979) TV Series .... Narrator
"The Love Boat" 
- Sounds of Silence/Cyrano de Bricker/Murder on the High Seas (1979) -
TV Episode .... Teddy Smith
Angels' Brigade (1979) .... Burke
... aka Angels Revenge 
... aka Seven from Heaven 
"Hawaii Five-O" 
... aka McGarrett (USA: rerun title) 
- Frozen Assets (1978) TV Episode .... Kenneth Kirk
Fantasy Island (1977) (TV) .... Grant Baines
Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (1976) .... Slapstick star
... aka Won Ton Ton (USA: poster title) 
Rosebud (1975) .... Lord Carter
"ABC's Wide World of Entertainment" 
... aka ABC Late Night (USA: new title) 
- Memories of a Gentle Giant (1974) TV Episode .... Narrator
The Phantom of Hollywood (1974) (TV) .... Roger Cross
They Only Kill Their Masters (1972) .... Campbell
- Serena's Richcraft (1972) TV Episode .... Woolcott
"The Doris Day Show" (1968) TV Series .... Dr. Peter Lawrence (1971-1973)
Ellery Queen: Don't Look Behind You (1971) (TV) .... Ellery Queen
The Deadly Hunt (1971) (TV) .... Mason
Clay Pigeon (1971) .... Government Agent
... aka Trip to Kill (UK) (USA: video title) 
"The Virginian" 
... aka The Men from Shiloh (USA: new title) 
- The Town Killer (1971) TV Episode .... Ben Hunter
A Step Out of Line (1971) (TV) .... Art Stoyer
One More Time (1970/I) .... Chris Pepper/Lord Sydney Pepper
Togetherness (1970) 
The April Fools (1969) .... Ted Gunther
Hook, Line & Sinker (1969) .... Dr. Scott Carter
Quarta parete (1969) .... Papá Baroni
... aka Limite du péché, La (France) 
... aka Walls of Sin (UK: dubbed version) 
Buona Sera, Mrs. Campbell (1968) .... Justin Young
Skidoo (1968) .... The Senator
Salt and Pepper (1968) .... Christopher Pepper
Geheimnisse in goldenen Nylons (1967) .... Stephen Daine
... aka Dead Run (USA) 
... aka Deux billets pour Mexico (France) 
... aka Qui veut tuer Carlos? (France) 
... aka Segreti che scottano (Italy) 
"I Spy" 
- Get Thee to a Nunnery (1967) TV Episode .... Hackaby
How I Spent My Summer Vacation (1967) (TV) .... Ned Pine
... aka Deadly Roulette (UK: theatrical title) 
"The Wild Wild West" 
- The Night of the Returning Dead (1966) TV Episode .... Carl Jackson
A Man Called Adam (1966) .... Manny
The Oscar (1966) .... Steve Marks
"Run for Your Life" 
- Carnival Ends at Midnight (1966) TV Episode .... Larry Carter
"Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre" 
... aka The Chrysler Theater 
... aka Universal Star Time (syndication title) 
- March from Camp Tyler (1965) TV Episode .... Lieutenant Philip Cannon
Harlow (1965/I) .... Paul Bern
Sylvia (1965) .... Frederic Summers
"Profiles in Courage" 
General Alexander William Doniphan (1965) TV Episode .... Gen. Alexander Doniphan
"The Alfred Hitchcock Hour" 
- Crimson Witness (1965) TV Episode .... Ernest Mullett
Dead Ringer (1964) .... Tony Collins
... aka Dead Image (UK) 
The Longest Day (1962) .... Lord Lovat
Advise & Consent (1962) .... Senator Lafe Smith
Sergeants 3 (1962) .... Sergeant Larry Barrett
President Kennedy's Birthday Salute (1962) (TV) .... Host
Summer on Ice (1961) (TV) .... Host
"The Jack Benny Program" 
... aka The Jack Benny Show 
- English Sketch (1961) TV Episode .... Lord Milbeck
Pepe (1960) .... Cameo appearance
Exodus (1960) .... Maj. Caldwell
Ocean's Eleven (1960) .... Jimmy Foster
Never So Few (1959) .... Capt. Grey Travis
... aka Campaign Burma (USA: alternative title) 
"Goodyear Theatre" 
... aka Award Theatre (USA: syndication title) 
... aka Golden Years of Television (USA: cable TV title) 
- Point of Impact (1959) TV Episode .... Major John Marshall
"The Thin Man" .... Nick Charles
- Dear Dead Days (1959) TV Episode .... Nick Charles
- La sabre invecta est? (1959) TV Episode .... Nick Charles
... aka Climax Mystery Theater (USA) 
- Bait for the Tiger (1957) TV Episode .... Tom Welles
"Studio 57" 
... aka Heinz Studio 57 (USA: alternative title) 
- Stephen and Publius Syrus (1957) TV Episode 
- My Friends, the Birds (1956) TV Episode .... Bert
"Producers' Showcase" 
- Ruggles of Red Gap (1957) TV Episode .... Nice Guy
"Playhouse 90" 
- Sincerely, Willis Wade (1956) TV Episode .... Willis Wayde
- Made in Heaven (1956) TV Episode .... Host
"Schlitz Playhouse of Stars" 
... aka Herald Playhouse (USA: syndication title) 
... aka Schlitz Playhouse (USA: new title) 
... aka The Playhouse (USA: syndication title) 
- Once Upon a Time (1956) TV Episode 
- Decision at Sea (1954) TV Episode 
- At the Natchez Inn (1954) TV Episode 
"Screen Directors Playhouse" 
- Tom and Jerry (1955) TV Episode .... Tom Macy
"Alfred Hitchcock Presents" 
- The Long Shot (1955) TV Episode .... Charlie Raymond
"Jane Wyman Presents The Fireside Theatre" 
... aka Jane Wyman Presents (USA: rerun title) 
... aka Jane Wyman Theater (USA) 
- Stephen and Publius Cyrus (1955) TV Episode .... Stephen
"Dear Phoebe" (1954) TV Series .... Bill Hastings
"The Ford Television Theatre" 
... aka Ford Theatre (USA: short title) 
- The Mason-Dixon Line (1954) TV Episode .... Jerry
- For Value Received (1954) TV Episode .... Randy Evans
- The Son-in-Law (1953) TV Episode 
It Should Happen to You (1954) .... Evan Adams III
"General Electric Theater" 
... aka G.E. Theater (USA: informal short title) 
- Woman's World (1953) TV Episode .... John
Rogue's March (1953) .... Capt. Dion Lenbridge
The Hour of 13 (1952) .... Nicholas Revel
You for Me (1952) .... Tony Brown
Kangaroo (1952) .... Richard Connor
... aka The Australian Story (USA: subtitle) 
Just This Once (1952) .... Mark MacLene IV
Royal Wedding (1951) .... Lord John Brindale
... aka Wedding Bells (UK) 
Please Believe Me (1950) .... Jeremy Taylor
The Red Danube (1949) .... Maj. John 'Twingo' McPhimister
Little Women (1949) .... Laurie Laurence
Julia Misbehaves (1948) .... Ritchie Lorgan
Easter Parade (1948) .... Jonathan Harrow III
... aka Irving Berlin's Easter Parade (USA: complete title) 
On an Island with You (1948) .... Lt. Lawrence Y. Kingslee
Good News (1947) .... Tommy Marlowe
It Happened in Brooklyn (1947) .... Jamie Shellgrove
My Brother Talks to Horses (1947) .... John S. Penrose
... aka My Brother Who Talks to Horses (USA: promotional title) 
Cluny Brown (1946) .... Andrew Carmel
Two Sisters from Boston (1946) .... Lawrence Tyburt Patterson Jr
Ziegfeld Follies (1946) (voice) (uncredited) .... Porky in 'Number Please'
... aka Ziegfeld Follies of 1946 (USA: poster title) 
Perfect Strangers (1945) (uncredited) (voice) .... Introduction - USA Version
... aka Vacation from Marriage (USA) 
Son of Lassie (1945) .... Joe Carraclough
The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945) .... David Stone
Mrs. Parkington (1944) .... Lord Thornley
The Canterville Ghost (1944) .... Anthony de Canterville
The White Cliffs of Dover (1944) .... John Ashwood II as a Young Man
The Adventures of Mark Twain (1944) (uncredited) .... Young Oxford Celebrant
Girl Crazy (1943) (uncredited) .... Boy
... aka When the Girls Meet the Boys (USA) 
Flesh and Fantasy (1943) (uncredited) .... Pierrot
... aka Six Destinies 
Sahara (1943/I) (uncredited) .... British Soldier
Paris After Dark (1943) (uncredited) .... Frenchman
... aka The Night Is Ending 
Corvette K-225 (1943) (uncredited) .... Naval Officer
... aka The Nelson Touch (UK) 
Sherlock Holmes Faces Death (1943) (uncredited) .... Young Sailor at Bar
West Side Kid (1943) (uncredited) .... Jerry Winston
Someone to Remember (1943) .... Joe Downes
... aka Gallant Thoroughbred (USA: reissue title) 
The Man from Down Under (1943) (uncredited) .... Mr. Jones
The Sky's the Limit (1943) (uncredited) .... Naval Commander
Pilot #5 (1943) (uncredited) .... British Soldier
... aka Pilot No. 5 
Above Suspicion (1943) (uncredited) .... Student
The Purple V (1943) .... Roger
Assignment in Brittany (1943) (uncredited) .... Navigator
London Blackout Murders (1943) (uncredited) .... Percy, soldier on train
... aka Secret Motive 
Immortal Sergeant (1943) (uncredited) .... Soldier
Random Harvest (1942) (uncredited) .... Soldier
Junior Army (1942) .... Cadet Wilbur
Thunder Birds (1942) (uncredited) .... English Cadet
A Yank at Eton (1942) .... Ronnie Kenvil
Eagle Squadron (1942) .... Pilot
Mrs. Miniver (1942) (uncredited) .... Pilot
Lord Jeff (1938) .... Benny Potter
... aka The Boy from Barnardo's (UK) 
A Gentleman of Paris (1931) (uncredited) .... Child
Poor Old Bill (1931) .... Horace

Authors Description: Peter Lawford - the forgotten Rat Packer. An English fellow married to the Irish "first family" of America, the Kennedys. The last person to speak to Marilyn Monroe before her death and man who introduced Marilyn Monroe at Kennedy's Democratic Convention when she sang "Happy Birthday Mister President." Peter was born to Miss Lady Lawford and Sir Sydney Lawford (a decorated English general who assisted Mussolini in shaping his troops before WWII). An arm injury at childhood, caused by trying to run through a glass door, thrashed all hopes of Peter's military career (much to his relief), and so he went into acting. An Englishman in Hollywood led to lots of acting roles where most eligible American actors were drafted and the English were considered quite heroic, standing alone against Hitler's assault. Once Peter married Patricia Kennedy, Sinatra decided that his long-standing feud with Lawford (for once dating Ava Gardener) should end and so the Rat-Pack era began. With Lawford having JFK's ear, Sinatra began his Democratic campaign for Kennedy. Most everyone knows of Sinatra's dissatisfaction with Lawford in the 60's because of his inability to sway the Kennedy administration to get the president to stay at his house (the "West Coast White House" as Frank called it) and only Sammy remained friends with him into the next decade (Dean Martin never cared for Peter and Joey Bishop never cared for the Rat Pack lifestyle which Peter embodied). Ostracized from Sinatra, Lawford never starred in another major motion picture again. He was slated to co-star in "Robin and the 7 Hoods" but the role was given to Bing Crosby instead. Peter spent the remainder of his career guest-starring on Password, Laugh-in and other game shows as a relic of a bygone era. Peter Lawford was one of those destructive personalities who just seemed to want to end it all. In his last years, he would write letters to JFK as if he had an audience to heaven. He struggled with alcoholism and drug abuse all through his life. In the end he spent much of his time in the Betty Ford clinic trying to recover, but this guilt-ridden fellow never wanted to recover. Maybe he saw more than anyone should ever see. With over 50 movies to his credit, Peter Lawford remains an integral player in American Cinema.

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