Peter has enjoyed acting on stage for the last 20 years, since the second grade. He remembers thinking it was curtains for his acting career once in High School but that soon passed. Peter is not sure of where he gets his love of the stage. Heís not sure if his parents ever acted in a theatrical performance at all.
Most of Peterís roles have been here in the U.S. In 1996 and í97 Peter was lucky enough to perform in Samuel Beckettís Waiting for Godot as the character Vladimir, both in America and in Mannheim, Germany at the Theater Trennt. Of the last 6 productions Peter has been involved in, this is his third with director Marcy Campbell. The two first crossed paths in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, produced by the Newton Country Players in 1998. Other productions include The Nerd and Sentimental Journey with NCP, How the Other Half Loves and Arthur Millerís All My Sons with the Wellesly Players and Ubu Roi and Mad Forest with TheatreZone in Chelsea, MA.
When Peter is not on stage or working at the sexy boutique-consulting firm The Jacobson Group his hobbies include flying small planes, playing the accordion, and listening to the Texaco-Met Saturday operas.
One day Peter hopes to find a cure for cancer, establish world peace, and eat ice cream without getting a headache.