Born and raised in Vancouver (but for a year in New Zealand), Peter began acting in grade nine. He joined the Vancouver Youth Theatre at 16, and began a comedy troupe called The Legend of Bonefish at nineteen. After toiling for a decade in clubs and cabarets, Peter finally made the move to film and television where he began to find roles immediately, and to voice acting where his breakout was longer in the making, but perhaps even more well-received when it came. Peter is committed to making his own work happen, by writing and performing in independent films, including co-producing some of those old cabaret sketches and popping them online twenty years after the fact. Peter's acting has taken him far and wide, from Ohio to Australia, New York and Uganda. He looks forward to discovering all of the places this craft may take him, both inside himself, and out there in the larger world.
- Galileo in The Life of Galileo
- Charles Dickens in A Twisted Christmas Carol
- Uncle Jocko in Gypsy
- Gordon in the Delicate Art of Parking
- Chuck in the Tooth Fairy
- Fred in Taming Tammy