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Peter David Craze (born 27 August 1946) is a British actor. He is the brother of actor Michael Craze. He has made many television appearances including Doctor Who (The Space Museum, The War Games, and Nightmare of Eden), EastEnders and Blake's 7, and appeared in films such as The Beast in the Cellar (1970), Terror (1978) and Hitler's SS: Portrait in Evil (1985). 
|Born||Peter David Craze
27 August 1946
|Relatives||Michael Craze (1942-1998; brother, deceased)|
Craze also narrated the very first season of the hit children's animated fantasy television series The Dreamstone on ITV. After the first season, he left the series and was taken over by Gary Martin who also provides the deep demonic voice of the main antagonist Zordrak.
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