Peter Cliff
General Information
Gender: Male
Sexuality: Straight
Age: 16
Hair Color: Bleached Blonde
Eye Color: Blue
Address: Lima, Ohio
Occupation(s): Student

New Directions member

Aliases: Olaf the Frustrated Snowman (Franklin)
Family & Friends
Family: Unnamed Parents

Patrick Cliff (older brother)

Relationships: Ruby Lightwood (ex-girlfriend)
Friends: Franklin Montgomery (bestfriend)

Gregory Hanford
Unique Adams
Ruby Lightwood
Kitty Wilde
Marley Rose
Jake Puckerman
Ryder Lynn
Timothy Jefferson

Enemies: Cole St. Clair
Other Information
Interests: Singing, dancing, food
Clique: New Directions
Talent: Singing, dancing
Weaknesses: Having a crush
Series Information
First appearance: Welcome Aboard!
Portrayer: Niall Horan
Peter James Cliff is a main character in the Glee fanfiction, Don't Stop Believin. He first appeared in the chapter Welcome Aboard!, he auditioned for the New Directions with Don't You Worry Child by Sweedish House Mafia feat. John Martin with Gregory Hanford and Cole St. Clair. He has given everyone the impression of being quiet, but in the chapter Battle of the Sexes he speaks out what's in his mind for the first time about what he thinks about Cole. In I Love You he declares his love for Ruby Lightwood with the song Nobody Compares by One Direction. In World War Regionals he played a prominent role defending his dreams of being a performer like what Mike Chang did when his father was against his dancing, he performed in Regionals with the New Directions leading the song Roar by Katy Perry.

He is portrayed by One Direction's Niall Horan.


Peter is a neglected child, his accomplishments are never noticed, because his parents favor his older-brother who is a top-student in Yale University. Despite everything he never rebelled his parents he loved them eventhough he is treated like a shadow.


Peter is funny,caring and a bit of a prankster. Loyal to a fault, he is always available to help someone out. He is open, vulnerable and adorable - the ultimate "nice guy". Peter is an example of the reason why nice guys always finish last in the world.

He rarely shows his dark and violent side.