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Peter Woodward

Peter Woodward



United Kingdom

Age: 68

Born: 24 Jan, 1956

Known for

In Crusade as Galenas Galen

in Crusade
In Sense and Sensibility (1981) as John Willoughbyas John Willoughby

in Sense and Sensibility (1981)

TV Series Starring Peter Woodward

CrusadeCrusade
TNT, 1999 Cancelled/Ended | Drama, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.7/5

Crusade, a spin-off from the Emmy-winning Babylon 5, describes the efforts of the Interstellar Alliance vessel Excalibur to find the cure to a plague released on Earth.


Sense and Sensibility (1981)Sense and Sensibility (1981)
BBC One, 1981 Cancelled/Ended | Drama, Romance, Mini-Series

Sense and Sensibility is a 1981 BBC television adaptation of Jane Austen's novel. The seven-part series was dramatized by Alexander Baron, and directed by Rodney Bennett. Following the plot of the novel, it tells "a story of two sisters attempting to find happiness in the tightly structured society of 18th century England. Elinor, disciplined, restrained and very conscious of the manners of the day, represents sense. Outspoken, impetuous, emotional Marianne represents sensibility. Attracted to a man already promised to another, Elinor suffers silently to keep scandal away from her family. Marianne enjoys a flirtation with a handsome scoundrel that could lead to her downfall. Through their experiences with men and their relationship with each other, they learn that neither sense nor sensibility is enough, but that one must strive for a balance of the two."