Born: 21 July 1920, Edmonton, London, England, UK
Died: 7 June 2016, UK
After serving in WWII, Peter Fontaine began acting on stage in repertory theatre. He later appeared in the West End and became a well-respected actor. In the late 1940s he began his film and television career and also appeared in many television commercials.
There's Always a Thursday (1957) as Detective Constable Carter (Credited as Peter Fontain)
Charles Victor on the left is looked down on by Lloyd Lamble.