Peter Singh

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Acting

In early 2019, Peter filmed the regular role of DS Phillips in the hotly anticipated 6 part thriller THE CAPTURE, produced by Heyday and NBC Universal for BBC One. He can soon be seen as Faiz in immigration drama THE FLOOD, which also stars Lena Headey and Iain Glen. Last summer, he filmed the role of Tungay in Armando Iannucci's feature, THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD, opposite Dev Patel, Hugh Laurie and Tilda Swinton; could be seen as Officer Kohli in JOHNNY ENGLISH STRIKES AGAIN; and as Rohan in the indie feature, MARI. 

Peter filmed a prominent role opposite Diane Keaton and Brendan Gleeson in the 2017 romantic comedy HAMPSTEAD, whilst also appearing alongside Sam Rockwell in the action/comedy BLUE IGUANA, and played Ravi Patel in Disney's CHRISTOPHER ROBIN.  He played Officer Brompton in hit series SICK NOTE (Sky Atlantic) with Rupert Grint and Nick Frost, and also reprised his semi-regular role of Mathew Singh in CORONATION STREET (ITV). 

Other recent credits include a recurring role in BAFTA nominated MOTHERLAND (BBC Two), BAFTA nominated CATASTROPHE (C4) and DOCTOR WHO (BBC One).  He played the lead defence barrister Mr. Nadim in the critically acclaimed, BAFTA-nominated drama  THREE GIRLS (BBC One) and played Tommy Khan in the sitcom COCONUT (BBC Three).

Peter's theatre work includes Guildenstern in HAMLET at the Royal Exchange staring Maxine Peake and multiple roles in Blanche McIntyre's revival of Noel Coward's TONIGHT AT 8.30

"McIntyre and her team, with Peter Singh deserving particular mention, show off the range of Coward’s writing with verve and aplomb." - FINANCIAL TIMES

He played Lord Krishna in Howard Brenton's DRAWING THE LINE at the Hampstead Theatre (directed by Howard Davies), played Sexton in the Royal Shakespeare Company's production of MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, and originated the role of Mo in Ishy Din's SNOOKERED at the Bush Theatre. The play was nominated for two Off West End Theatre Awards: Best Ensemble and Best New Play, and won Best New Play at the Manchester Theatre Awards.

Film

ProductionCharacterDirectorCompany

THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD

Tungay

Armando Iannucci

FilmNation & Lionsgate

MARI

Small Town Films Ltd

JOHNNY ENGLISH 3

Officer Kohli

David Kerr

Studio Canal / Universal Pictures

CHRISTOPHER ROBIN

Ravi Patel

Marc Forster

Walt Disney Pictures

MURDER ON THE BLACKPOOL EXPRESS

PC Collins

Simon Delaney

Tiger Aspect

THE FLOOD

Faiz

Anthony Woodley

Megatopia Films

HAMPSTEAD

Xavier

Joel Hopkins

Ecosse Films

ALAN PARTRIDGE: ALPHA PAPA

Officer Rohan Kapoor

Declan Lowney

Baby Cow Films

PSYCHE

Hari Ram

Dziko Kazembe

Few Brave Men Films

BLUE IGUANA

Alex

Hadi Hajaig

Television

ProductionCharacterDirectorCompany

THE CAPTURE

Phillips

Ben Chanan

HTVP

MOTHERLAND

Andrew

Graham Linehan, Juliet May

Delightful Industries

SICK NOTE

Officer Brompton

Matt Lipsey

King Bert Productions

COCONUT

Tommy Khan

Mustapha Kseibati

Big Deal Films

CATASTROPHE (Series 3)

Anthony

Ben Taylor

Channel 4/ Avalon

MORGANA ROBINSON'S SUMMER

Spence

MJ Delaney

Merman

DOCTOR WHO

Pie Man

Various

BBC

THREE GIRLS

Nadim

Philippa Lowthorpe

BBC One

LUCKY MAN

DS Clark

Various

Carnival Film & TV

THE AGENCY

Various

Tom McKay

BBC Two

CORONATION STREET

Matthew Singh

Various

ITV

CAPITAL

Amir

Euros Lyn

Kudos / BBC 1

IMPRESSIONS OF FAME

Mahmoud

Ben Palmer

Happy Tramp / BBC2

IN THE CLUB

Dr Inman

Neasa Hardiman

BBC One / Rollem

LAID - PIlot

Iqbal

Ian Fitzgibbon

STV / ITV2

HOLLYOAKS LATE NIGHT BUBBLE

Abdel

Steve Brett

Lime Pictures / E4

DOCTORS 15 EPISODE 135

Brian Copping

Nicole Volavka

BBC One

GIGGLEBIZ SERIES 3

Various

Dominic McDonald

CBBC

C-BOMB - BBC COMEDY PILOT

Kelvin

Chris Cottam

BBC 3

COUNT ARTHUR STRONG

Imran

Graham Linehan

Retort / BBC2

THE SYNDICATE

Jurno

Syd McCartney

BBC

Stage

ProductionCharacterDirectorCompany

HAMLET

Guildenstern

Sarah Frankcom

Royal Exchange Manchester

Henry in Fumed Oak / Albert in Still Life / Burrows in Family Album

Blanche McIntyre

ETT

2nd YOUNG MAN/ BOY WITH UMBRELLA/ AIDE TO JINNAH/ LORD KRISHNA

Howard Davies

Hampstead Theatre

SUMMER'S DAY DREAM

Dr Bahru

Alex Marker

The Finborough Theatre

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING

The Sexton

Iqbal Khan

RSC

SNOOKERED

Mo

Iqbal Khan

Tamasha/ The Bush Theatre

THE EXTREMIST

Bash

Conor Ibrahiem

Alhambra Theatre/ Arakan Creative

KOMAGATA MARU

Gurdit

Ravi Jain

Tara Arts

GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS

Ricky Roma

Hattie Mark

Thames Valley University

BLOOD

Aftab

Dominic Hingorani

Tamasha/ The Gate Theatre

SNOOKERED

Billy

Amman Brar

Tamasha/ The Gate Theatre

Radio

ProductionCharacterDirectorCompany

STONE

Mohammed Ibrahim/ Gordon

Producers: Gary Brown and Nadia Molinari

BBC Radio 4

THE ROAD TO BANI WALID

Various

Producer: Jonquil Panting

BBC RADIO 4

THE PURSUITS OF DARLEEN FYLES: SERIES 4

Mohammad

Pauline Harris

BBC Radio 4

WRITING THE CENTURY: TIGER WINGS

Abdul

BBC Radio 4

MAN HUNT

Waleed

Marion Nancarrow

BBC

EGG

Jake

Marion Nancarrow

BBC

WRITING THE CENTURY

Guido

Pauline Harris

BBC

PUNJABI BOY

Gary (Lead)

Charlotte Riches

BBC

AN IMAM AND A RABBI

Imran/ Tariq

Gary Brown

BBC

OUR SEA

Shaibul

Stephen Wright

BBC Radio 4

Other

ProductionCharacterDirectorCompany

ESCAPE FROM THE COUNTRY

Dean

Alex Hardcastle

Open Mic Productions

WASTEMAN (Rehearsed Reading)

Left Bank Pictures

COMING UP (workshop)

Various

Neil and Brigid Lamour

Watford Palace Theatre

LOCAL HEROES EP. 2: THE MAN OF (stainless) STEEL

Wolverine

Ben Wilson

Minds Eye / JOININ.UK

QUICK RELEASE (short)

Alistair

Alan Gardener

London 48 Hour Film Challenge

HONOUR (short)

Zahir

Michael Dorgan

London Film School

TWINS (short)

The Twins

Alonson Lobalo

London Film Academy

MR MANNERS (short)

Rashid

Chris Jackson

Thames Valley University

24K (short)

Khaleel

Nic Laken

Independent

THE NEW TIMER (short)

Ashok

Danny Braun

NFS

DIVIDED WE STAND (Rehearsed Reading)

Hadi

Trevor MacFarlane

Tamasha/ The Bush Theatre

A FINE BALANCE (Rehearsed Reading)

Rajaram

Kristine Landon-Smith

Tamasha/ The National Theatre

STREET VOICES (Rehearsed Reading)

Various

Madani Younis

Freedom Studios