Peter Van Norden
Peter is forty-four, and has been pursuing acting for twenty years. A native New Yorker, Peter studied with Sandy Meisner at the Neighborhood Playhouse. He has a long list of credits on and Off-Broadway. He has acted opposite Kevin Kline in Hamlet at the New York Shakespeare Festival, as well as Jungle of Cities with Al Pacino at Circle in the Square. His film credits include acting opposite Jody Foster and Kelly McGillis in The Accused, as well as Police Academy 2, Naked Gun 2 1/2, Academy Award-winning short film Ray Male Heterosexual Dance Hall, and as the lead in Don't Call Me Frankie at the 1993 Cannes Film Festival. His television credits include a lead role in Stephen King's miniseries The Stand, and recurring roles on L.A. Law and Life Goes On. He also performed a one-man show about the life of Oscar Wilde called Wilde and Wonderful.
I was interested in theatre since I was a little kid. My parents were musical comedy buffs, and my father was a major film buff. So I was around it a lot as a kid. While I was still in school I was hired to do a