In 1991, Peter earned a Bachelor of Arts degree, receiving 1st Class Honours in Politics and History at the University of Melbourne. 1993 he acquired a Diploma in Drama at the University of Auckland.
Peter Feeney has worked extensively in television, film and theatre, including at Fortune, Court and Circa theatres in New Zealand, and The Queensland Theatre Company in Australia.
His television credits include Cold Feet, Dark Knight (UK); You Wish, Hercules, Xena (US); All Saints, A Difficult Woman (Aust); and more recently Secret Agent Men (NZ); as well as the films Toy Love & The Platform.
In 2006 he has had ongoing roles in AEF: The Amazing Extraordinary Friends and Rude Awakenings (both for TVNZ), a guest role in the US feature film 30 Days of Night, as well as a lead role in Jonathan King’s feature Black Sheep. (edit) Ocassionally Peter teaches workshops for professional actors in Auckland focussing on scene groups, Shakespeare and career survival.
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