|Who is it?||Actor, Soundtrack|
|Birth Day||April 13, 1921|
|Birth Place||Hastings, Sussex [now East Sussex], England, United Kingdom|
|Age||99 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||19 August 1977(1977-08-19) (aged 56)\nLondon, England, UK|
|Cause of death||Cancer|
|Alma mater||Guildhall School of Music and Drama|
|Height||5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)|
|Spouse(s)||Christine May (divorced) Jane Hylton (m. ?–1977; his death)|
|Children||Richard and Amanda|
Born in Hastings, Sussex, England on 13 April 1921, Peter Dyneley spent his early years in Canada but was educated at Radley College in Oxfordshire, England. He possessed dual nationality (Canadian and British) and served in the Royal Canadian Navy during the Second World War. After the war, he attended the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, where he studied opera and developed his bass voice. It was at this institution that he made the acquaintance of fellow student Christine May, whom he later married. They had two children, Richard and Amanda.
With his Canadian background, Dyneley frequently performed with a North American accent. He acted primarily in stage productions prior to 1954, when he turned his attention to film. On stage and in film, he regularly appeared opposite his second wife, the Actress Jane Hylton, whom he met on the set of the horror film The Manster (1959). He also appeared as a guest star in many television series. He spoke fluent French, German and Spanish. Dyneley died of cancer on 19 August 1977, Hylton of a heart attack 18 months later, on 28 February 1979.
Dyneley's countdown was reused in the first trailer for the series' 2015 reboot Thunderbirds Are Go!, as well as its opening sequence, and also for the launch countdown for the various Thunderbirds in the episodes.