Peter Shaw (born Peter Pullen; June 24, 1918 – January 29, 2003) was born in London, United Kingdom, on June 24, 1918. Raised in London, he served in the British Army during World War II. After the war, he moved to the United States and signed a deal with MGM Studios.
|Name:||Peter Shaw Pullen|
|Profession(s):||Actor and Producer|
|Date of Birth:||June 24, 1918|
|Age (Age at death):||84 Year|
|Birthplace:||Reading, Berkshire, England, UK|
|Death Date:||January 29, 2003|
|Death Place:||Brentwood, California, USA|
|Death Reasob:||congestive heart failure|
|Spouse/wife(first):||Mercia Lydia Squires|
|Marriage Date(first):||12 August 1949
|divorced Date (second):||29 January 2003|
|Children:||- Anthony Pullen Shaw
- Deidre Angela Shaw
- David Shaw
|Grandchildren :||Ian Lansbury,
Peter John Shaw
|Networth & Money|
|Income Source||Film Producer
|Networth (approx.)|| $1.5 Million
Facts About Peter Shaw
Peter (Peter Pullen) met Angela through Hurd Hatfield, an actor who invited Angela to a weekend party at a friend’s house in Ojai Valley. She didn’t know how to get there, and Hurd “sent” Peter to find her.
Peter Shaw was an English actor and producer.
He married Angela Lansbury on August 12, 1949, in London, UK, in St. Columbia Church, after obtaining the approval of the Church of Scotland (Peter and Angela were divorced).
Peter’s married first wife Mercia Lydia Squires. But after some days the pair separated and got divorced. The couple had 1 child.
His first child, Anthony Peter Shaw, was born on January 7, 1952, at his home in Encino (San Fernando Valley). A year later, on April 26, 1953, at Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital, they had a daughter, Deirdre Angela Shaw.
In the 1950s, Peter gained custody of his son David, and then he and Angela agreed that the time was right to bring in the ten-year-old. David was born in 1944 when Peter was still married to Mercia Squires, a model he knew in London.
In the United States, he perform for the William Morris Agency and MGM Productions. He later founded Corymore Productions at Universal Studios with his sons.
Among other projects, the company co-produced the long-running hit series Murder, She Wrote.
After 54 happy years with Angela, he pass on from congestive heart failure at home in Los Angeles on January 29, 2003.