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About Peter

6-year-old Peter learned two things from doing Bugs Bunny impressions for his family: that he loved performing and that carrots taste much better once they’ve been peeled. After playing the Scarecrow in his 3rd grade production of The Wizard of Oz, he decided that he would pursue a career in acting for the rest of his life. His parents were naturally super jazzed about this. Originally from Long Island, Peter has lived in NYC since beginning his undergraduate education at NYU’s Tisch School of the arts, where he learned the Meisner technique, screen acting, and just enough guitar to make friends in the dorm’s court yard. Today he is proud to be able to indulge both of his childhood aspirations as a voice-over artist and actor of the stage and screen. Despite his love of having a fun time in rehearsals and on set, he’s actually extremely professional and always prepared.



Slate Yourself | Lead | Dir. Justin Van Voorhis

Rubbed! | Lead |Dir. Bennet Tarren

Animal House: The Inside Story | Lead | A&E

Fruit Bat/Fruit Bat II | Lead | Dir. Alex J. Murphy

Night Shift | Lead | Dir. Kevin Etherson

Shaken and Stirred | Lead | Dir. Jonathan Hinman

Puzzle | Lead | Dir. Gary O. Bennett

Attachment | Lead | Dir. Charles Desjardin

Hypnagogic | Lead | Dir. Joe Dicanio


Dead for a Ducat | Dashiel Hamlet/Various | Orlando/Toronto Fringe Fests

Freedom Train | Overseer/Patrol Guard | Theatreworks USA

Clue | Wadsworth | 4th Universalist Society

Lost in the American Dream| Dad/John/Commander | New York University

Big Love | Oed/Leo | New York University

Bash (Iphigenia in Orem) | Young Man | Under St. Marks Theater

The Foreigner | Charlie Baker | Sid Jacobson Theater

Fools | Leon Tolchinsky | Sid Jacobson Theater

Guys and Dolls| Nathan Detroit | Sid Jacobson Theater


NYU Tisch Drama | BFA | Meisner, Stonestreet

Acting | Vicki Hart, Zach Galligan, Angela Pietropinto, Gary O. Bennett, David & Linda Laundra

Voice | Donna Germain, Bat Johnson, Karen Braga

Accents/Dialects | John Van Wyden

Stage Combat | J. David Brimmer

Clown | Orlando Pabotoy, Lucas Caleb Rooney

Upright Citizen's Brigade Theatre | Improvisation | Rosemary Quinn, Aaron Jackson

Special Skills

Dialects: English (RP), London, Cockney, Manchester, Irish, Scottish, Australian, Southern (Rural &Plantation), Accents: Russian, German, French; character voices, announcer voice, stage combat, horseback riding, intense eyebrow manipulation, guitar, skiing, billiards, good with animals, can turn face red, can catch food in mouth

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