Ustinov


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Ustinov

(ˈjuːstɪnɒf)
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(Biography) Sir Peter (Alexander). 1921–2004, British stage and film actor, director, dramatist, and raconteur
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Noun1.Ustinov - British actor and playwright (1921-2004)
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The Dublin 4 hotel was the one of choice for RTE down the years and the likes of Richard Harris, Richard Burton and Peter Ustinov would all have enjoyed its hospitality.
He stands alongside famous people such as DJ John Peel, broadcaster Alistair Cooke and actor and raconteur Sir Peter Ustinov.
Previous speakers include Peter Ustinov, Yehudi Menuhin, David Attenborough, Sue Lawley and fertility researcher Prof Robert Winston.
The album will either be called Ustinov, in tribute to the late actor Peter Ustinov, or Teasing The Brim.
NOVELIST and academic Kunal Basu will give the third Ustinov Prejudice Lecture at Durham University later this month.
Today he was visiting Ustinov College ( named after his predecessor Sir Peter Ustinov ( to open new facilities.
THE good and the great of the show business world turned out yesterday to celebrate the life of actor, writer and raconteur Sir Peter Ustinov.
News of the reward broke as state television was broadcasting footage of Prosecutor-General Vladimir Ustinov briefing President Vladimir Putin on the investigation into the school hostage siege that left more than 350 dead in southern Russia.
TWO particular sadnesses this week -the deaths of great journalist Alistair Cooke,and also the superbly gifted actor and raconteur Sir Peter Ustinov.
SIR PETER USTINOV, actor, director, producer, playwright, raconteur and a host of other things, who died in Switzerland at the weekend, was one of the most extraordinary theatrical figures of the 20th century.
Ustinov was educated at Westminster School, but hated it and left at 16.
Suzanne Cloutier, French-Canadian actress-producer and former wife of Peter Ustinov, died in Montreal Dec.