An Actor's Perspective
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Sir Peter Ustinov, actor, novelist, playwright, screenwriter and producer, spoke to the National Press Club on his long career in drama. A versatile actor in movies, plays and operas, Sir Ustinov recalled his experiences in a long career in the arts, his British upbringing, and his participation in the British army. He voiced optimism at the future of mankind, since communication is increasing while embarking upon a war seems more and more like suicide. Sir Peter punctuated his remarks with impersonations of public and private figures, including President Bush.
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- Kathryn Kahler Chairwoman National Press Club->Board of Directors
Peter Ustinov Actor
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