British Black and Asian Shakespeare Performance Database
Involved in 3 productions. Has worked with 12 other people in this database.
"Brought up in a church-going home in New Jersey, where his father was a warden of the local Episcopal church…when he came to Britain in the early 1970s…"
~ Clarke Peters talks to John Morrish, "Did Jesus study yoga in the east?", Sunday Telegraph, 20 April 1997
"In a varied career, Mr. Peters has ventured to the National for The Passion and Dispatches, to Indo-China for David Hare's Saigon and tackled more conventional black fare in The Wiz, Bubbling Brown Sugar and One Mo' Time. He bemoans his general likeability – 'I always get the sweet parts' – and though recently missing out on the villainous Aaron the Moor in the BBC's Titus Andronicus, he is warily hoping to essay the more famous Moor at some future date…."
~ Al Senter, "Sky's the limit", Plays and Players, [undated clip in the National Theatre Archive]