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Peter Ustinov (1921-2004), Actor, dramatist and film director

Sir Peter Alexander Ustinov

Sitter associated with 30 portraits
London-born actor, playwright and film director. First appeared on the stage in 1938 and was established by the time of the Second World War when he served for four years in the army. Known for roles in films such as Spartacus (1960) and Death on the Nile (1970), as well as work as a playwright. His plays include The Love of Four Colonels (1951) and Romanoff and Juliet (1956).

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4529(376)

Peter Ustinov

by Sir David Low
pencil, 1949 or before
NPG 4529(376)

5769a

Peter Ustinov

by Sir David Low
chalk, 1949 or before
NPG 5769a

4529(373)

Peter Ustinov

by Sir David Low
pencil, 1952 or before
NPG 4529(373)

4529(374)

Peter Ustinov

by Sir David Low
pencil, 1952 or before
NPG 4529(374)

4529(375)

Peter Ustinov

by Sir David Low
pencil, 1952 or before
NPG 4529(375)

P1978

Peter Ustinov

by Philippe Halsman
silver gelatin print
NPG P1978

x68839

Peter Ustinov

by Rolf Mahrenholz
vintage bromide print on card mount, late 1930s
NPG x68839

x44754

Peter Ustinov

by Gordon Anthony
bromide print, 1940
NPG x44754

Ax39610

Peter Ustinov

by Francis Goodman
bromide contact print, 31 January 1947
NPG Ax39610

Ax39611

Peter Ustinov

by Francis Goodman
bromide contact print, 31 January 1947
NPG Ax39611

x39547

Peter Ustinov

by Francis Goodman
2 1/4 inch square film negative, 31 January 1947
NPG x39547

x14227

Peter Ustinov

by Cecil Beaton
bromide print on white card mount, 1951?
NPG x14227

x127329

Fiore de Henriquez; Peter Ustinov

by Felix Fonteyn
2 1/4 inch square film negative, 28 October 1955
NPG x127329

x127330

Peter Ustinov; Fiore de Henriquez

by Felix Fonteyn
2 1/4 inch square film negative, 28 October 1955
NPG x127330

x199019

Jean Simmons; John Dall; Joanna Barnes; Nina Foch; Peter Ustinov and Laurence Olivier on the set of 'Spartacus'

possibly by William Woodfield, for Universal Studios
film publicity still, 1960
NPG x199019

x35305

Peter Ustinov

by Trevor Leighton
bromide fibre print, 20 April 1990
NPG x35305

x35306

Peter Ustinov

by Trevor Leighton
bromide fibre print, 20 April 1990
NPG x35306

D43349

Sir Peter Alexander Ustinov

after Sir David Low
halftone reproduction tear sheet, published 28 May 1949
NPG D43349

P197

Peter Ustinov

by Bill Brandt
bromide print, published in Harper's Bazaar, New York July 1945
NPG P197

P602

Peter Ustinov

by Irving Penn
vintage bromide print, 1947
NPG P602

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