Ken Colley Autographs for sale | Star Wars Admiral Piett
Authentic Ken Colley Autographs for sale from Star Wars Admiral Piett. The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Return of the Jedi (1983).
Kenneth Colley (born 7 December 1937) an English film and television actor whose career spans 50 years. He came to wider prominence through his role as Admiral Piett in the Star Wars films. The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Return of the Jedi (1983).
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Additionally, Kenneth Colley born in Manchester, Lancashire. One of his early appearances on British television was as Noah Riley in the 1970s police drama The Sweeney. In an episode entitled Trap. Besides, he played Jesus in The Life of Brian, having also appeared in the earlier Monty Python-related production Ripping Yarns episode “The Testing of Eric Olthwaite” alongside Michael Palin. As a Shakespearean actor he played the Duke of Vienna. Additionally, in the BBC Television Shakespeare production of Measure for Measure in 1979.
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Also, Kenneth Colley worked extensively with British director Ken Russell. From the early 1970s to the early 1990s as part of a repertory of actors who appeared across Russell’s television and film work. In addition to, the role of Modest Tchaikovsky in the film The Music Lovers (1971). He went on to play the role of LeGrand in Russell’s The Devils (also 1971); played the journalist Krenek in the biopic Mahler (1974); the composer Frédéric Chopin in Lisztomania (1975).
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Nevertheless, for his work in the Star Wars franchise, Kenneth Colley role as Admiral Piett is noted for differing from the other ill-fated Imperial officers who appeared alongside him in The Empire Strikes Back (1980). Besides, as Colley was the only actor to play an Imperial officer in a second Star Wars film, reprising his role in Return of the Jedi (1983). Equally, Colley reprised his role as Piett in the Cartoon Network animated special Lego Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Out in September 2012. Coincidentally, Colley and David Prowse had a part in the fantasy film Jabberwocky (1977).
Furthermore, Kenneth Colley also played a notable role in the 1982 Clint Eastwood film Firefox. Playing a Soviet colonel tasked with the protection of the Firefox and its secrets. He went on to play SS-Standartenführer Paul Blobel in the Second World War drama War and Remembrance.
Again, Colley has directed one film to date, Greetings (2007); a horror film starring Kirsty Cox, Henry Dunn and Ben Shockley.