Peter McEnery (born 21 February 1940) is an English stage and film actor.
Peter Robert McEnery was born in Walsall, Staffordshire, to Charles and Ada Mary (née Brinson) McEnery. He was educated at Ellesmere College, Shropshire. His younger brother is actor John McEnery. Peter McEnery was noted for having given Hayley Mills her first "grown-up" screen kiss in the 1964 film The Moon-Spinners.
As an actor for the Royal Shakespeare Company, he played the title role in Ron Daniel's 1979 production of Pericles, Prince of Tyre at The Other Place and played several roles in the 1982 epic production of Nicholas Nickleby for the same company. In 1981 he played Oberon in the BBC Television Shakespeare production of A Midsummer Night's Dream. He played Edwin Clayhanger in the television dramatisation of the novels by Arnold Bennett with support from Janet Suzman, Harry Andrews and Clive Swift.
His first wife, actress Julie Peasgood, played Ada in this production, a maid in the Clayhanger household. His daughter Kate, by his first marriage to Peasgood, is an actress.
- Tunes of Glory – 2nd Lieutenant David MacKinnon, 1960
- Beat Girl – Tony, 1960
- Victim – 'Boy' Barrett, 1961
- The Moon-Spinners – Mark Camford, 1964
- The Fighting Prince of Donegal – "Red" Hugh O'Donnell, 1966
- The Game Is Over – Maxime Saccard, 1966
- I Killed Rasputin – Felix Yusupov, 1967
- Negatives – Theo, 1968
- Better a Widow – Tom Proby, 1968
- Entertaining Mr Sloane – Sloane, 1970
- The Adventures of Gerard – Etienne Gerard, 1970
- Atlantic Wall – Jeff, 1970
- Tales That Witness Madness – Timothy Patrick, 1973
- Footprints on the Moon – Henry, 1975
- The Cat and the Canary – Charlie Wilder, 1979
- The Aphrodite Inheritance, mini-series, David Collier, BBC, 1979
The Hammer House of Horror (The Mark of Satan) Edwyn 1980
- A Midsummer Night's Dream, Oberon, BBC, 1981
- The Collectors, BBC, 1986
- The Mistress, BBC, 1987
- Inspector Morse, ITV, 1988