Peter Sellers was an English actor, singer, and comedian. He is best remembered for playing the role of ‘Inspector Jacques Clouseau’ in ‘The Pink Panther’ film series. A versatile actor capable of portraying multiple characters, Sellers was considered “one of the most accomplished comic actors of the late 20th century.” He was also described as “the master of playing men who have no idea how ridiculous they are” by the famous biographer Ed Sikov. Technically, he was perfect, making almost all of his performance impeccable. He was admired for his ability to use different accents and guises. He would often play various roles with contrasting temperaments and styles within the same film. In a career spanning three decades, he evolved as an actor, delivering astounding performance almost every single time. Sadly, his life behind the screen was not great. He underwent bouts of depression and also suffered from borderline personality disorder. Three out of his four marriages were disastrous and therefore short-lived. However, he overcame his personal issues and succeeded in his professional life. He was honored with several prestigious awards, including ‘British Academy Film Award,’ ‘Golden Globe Award,’ and ‘London Film Critics Circle Award.’ He passed away unexpectedly at the age of 54, after succumbing to a massive heart attack.