Peter Hannah is a Scotland-born professional stage and screen actor. Coming from Glasgow City, he has made quite the name in the entertainment industry. He has acquired plenty of experience over the years.
He trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA).
Peter played Sickboy in Francis Lyons’ Trainspotting at the Edinburgh Fringe, Sam in Lily Bevan’s Mock Tudor at Pleasance Courtyard, Sean in Josh Seymour’s One Arm By Tennessee Williams at the Southwark Playhouse, Alex in Sarah Stephenson’s A Clockwork Orange at the Nottingham Playhouse, Michael in Jonathan O’Boyle’s Four Play at Theatre503, Ensemble/First Cover Ned & Wessex in Declan Donnellan’s Shakespeare In Love in the West End, Thomas Highgate in Laurie Sansom’s The 306 at the National Theatre of Scotland, Mac (lead) in Tilly Vosburgh’s The Greater Game at the Southwark Playhouse, Devil in Wils Wilson’s The Strange Undoing Of Prudencia Hart at the National Theatre of Scotland, Captain Ridley in Wils Wilson’s Cockpit at the Royal Lyceum Theatre, The Devil in Wils Wilson’s The Strange Undoing Of Prudencia Hart at the National Theatre of Scotland and won a Drama Desk Award for the role and Earl in Diane Paulus’ Waitress at the Adelphi Theatre.
Credits during his training at RADA included Caliban in Zoe Waites’ The Tempest, Orlando in Alison SKilbeck’s As You Like It, Charles Moffat in Jessica Swale’ Blue Stockings, Man Ray in Edward Kemp’s Six Pictures Of Lee Miller, Lafew in Toby Frow’s All’s Well That Ends Well and Sergei Esenin in Tim Luscombo’s When She Danced.
Peter has been in Mike Leigh’s feature film Mr Turner as Lucas and Leon Chambers’ Above The Clouds as Alex.
On television, he has played Police Constable Stanmore in Doctor Who (BBC TV), Rae in I Hate Suzie (Bad Wolf) and Officer in Unforgotten (ITV).