Peter Tilley is a British actor, most known for feature films Tales From The Great War, Casting Kill and The Other Side.
He started off his career studying Drama at Secondary School, being involved in acting curriculum activities then taking it further for GCSE'S. He took part in a number of musical productions via the Arts Award Theatre Company.
Peter later graduated and was awarded a Grade C in Drama, and Grade B in English Language and Literature.
After taking a break and since returning to acting, he has starred In multiple feature films. Peter has worked alongside Raya Films, CiaoHandy Productions, TIS Films and Silent Studios on 'Casting Kill', 'Tales From The Great War', 'Mosaic', 'Video Shop: Tales Of Terror' and 'The House That Zombies Built'.
Further film credits includes 'Horrorscopes: Volume One', 'Video Shop: Tales Of Terror II: Lust & Revenge', 'Taped Up Memories, and 'Road Kill'.
Peter is known for networking well and has got majority of his acting work through Twitter, which he talks about on The Joe Abery Show when he was invited to appear on an episode as a guest star.
He had his big screen debut at the Horror-On-Sea Film Festival at Southend-On-Sea, England in January 2023. It is one of the largest film festivals held in the U.K. Peter stars in four feature films which premiered at the event, two of which are leading roles in 'Tales From The Great War' and 'Horrorscopes: Volume One'.
Peter is working on The Foreboding, a short teen horror flick which follows a group of university students that take a trip into the woods and unexpectedly going against an otherworldly presence. He has the role of co-creator and producer for this project.
He resides in London, England.
  • Acting (1 Credit)
    The Foreboding: Fractured (Short Film)
  • Producer (1 Credit)
    The Foreboding: Fractured (Short Film)
Official Selection
The Foreboding: Fractured (Short Film)
Horror-On-Sea Film Festival
Southend-On-Sea, Essex
Birth Date
November 17, 1999
Current City
5 feet 10 inches
Eye Color
Zodiac Sign
Peter portrayed the role of Sagittarius in ‘Horrorscopes: Volume One’. Although his zodiac sign is a Scorpio in real life, he was born a week early and was originally meant to be a Sagittarius.
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