Peter was born and raised in Cornwall, United Kingdom. Peter is of Celtic origin...Cornish on his mother's side, Irish London on his father's side. In his teens, Peter moved to Bristol, and threw himself into the powerful art scene that Bristol was producing at the time. Peter started his theatrical acting career at an early age, working for three years in Rep at the 'Bristol Old Vic Theatre', acting professionally for the 'Bristol Old Vic Company'. At 18, Peter then moved to London, continuing his development as an actor, training at the 'Royal Central School of Speech and Drama' for 3 years, achieving a BA (Hons) in Acting. Since leaving Central, as an actor, the majority of Peter's work has been in British theatre. Over recent years, Peter has moved more into film work. As an actor, screenwriter and producer combined, Peter's feature film The Fighter's Ballad (2011), has gone onto receive multiple awards in the US (including: Best Actor Peter Cadwell...Best Screenplay Peter Cadwell...and Best Feature Film) as well as great reviews in both the UK, US.
Royal Central School of Speech & Drama