Peter Graham-Gaudreau is a Canadian-born film, TV and stage actor and musician.
Born in Conway, Ontario, Graham-Gaudreau studied theatre and physical education at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, and acting at George Brown College Theatre School in Toronto, Ontario. Peter received critical acclaim for his portrayal of The Engineer in the Tony award-winning musical Miss Saigon, and has had leading roles in plays and musicals, including Sam Shepard's Cowboy Mouth and Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune by Terrence McNally. He wrote, starred in and created the soundtrack for his play, Going Somewhere Slow, which premiered at the 2001 Vancouver Fringe Festival. He then wrote and starred in (with his wife, American-born actress Jennifer-Juniper Angeli) a short film adaptation of the play, which premiered at the Los Angeles international Short Film Festival in 2002. As a musician, he has released two solo albums, Going Somewhere Slow and 2016's Sing A Fine Song. He is based in Vancouver, BC.