Peters, Robert Anthony

views updated

Peters, Robert Anthony


Education: Trained at Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute, New York City.


Agent—Stars, the Agency, 23 Grant, 4th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94108.




Screen Actors Guild.


Film Appearances:

No Doubt: Live in the Tragic Kingdom, Green Mountain Productions, 1997.

Paul Vincent, Hide Out, Pyramid Beach Productions, 2004.

Mike, Letters to Mom (short film), 2004.

Josh, Will (short film), 2004.

Jerry, Wrong Turn, Sidekick Productions, 2005.

K. C., Farewell Bender, Midtown Entertainment/Revel Entertainment, 2005.

Doug, The Camera Phone (short), 2005.

Boos Fogelman, The Ticket, Slim Margins Media, 2005.

Lab technician, Replica, Moviehead Pictures, 2005.

Homeless man, The Write Stuff (short film), Scattershot Productions, 2005.

Jack, Come Fly With Me Nude, Dombella Productions, 2005.

Toby, Carrier, Mogg Studios, 2006.

Bobby, Revolution Summer, Gray Eminence Films, 2006.

Ben, Broken (short film), Styptic, 2006.

Jimmy Quinn, Mr. Militant (short film), REDking Independent Productions, 2006.

Chris, Open House (short film), 2006.

Steven, Isolated, Isolated LLC, 2006.

Glide Shelter worker, The Pursuit of Happyness, Columbia, 2006.

Trevor, One Way to Valhalla, Valhalla Productions, 2006.

Commercial actor, Gordo, Chapala Films, 2006.

Todd, Broken Arrows, Thrave Productions, 2007.

Manly cross-dresser, The Village Barbershop, Hot Shave, 2007.

Motel clerk, Lady Samurai, Fast Lane Films, 2007.

Hipster, Harrison Montgomery, Momentum Cinema, 2007.

Ben Scott, Denmark, 2007.

Television Appearances; Movies:

WWII Sub Rescue (also known as The Rescue), History Channel, 2004.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

The World's Astonishing News, 2002.

Stage Appearances:

Appeared in Cloud Tectonics (one-act), Nelson Marroney Theatre; as gun dealer, Crossing Rockaway, Sanford Meisner Theatre; as Peter Lanza, 86th Street, Sanford Meisner Theatre; as Rodrigo, El Cid, Temple of Music and Art Theatre; as young Mortimer, Edward II, Temple of Art Theatre; as Laertes, Hamlet, Planetarium Theatre; as Pa Kirby, Happy Journey (one-act), Black Box Theatre; as Detective Mark McPherson, Laura, Mira Theatre; as Tumnus, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Tabard Theatre; as Don John, Much Ado About Nothing, Cellar Theatre; as Jazz, The Muse, Director's Lab Theatre; as Scott Esposito, Ne'er Do Wells, Abingdon Theatre; as Dr. White, Portrait of a Madonna (one-act), Black Box Theatre; as staff member, Rain (one-act), Black Box Theatre; as prince and apothecary, Romeo and Juliet, Northside Theatre; as Peter, Sabrina Fair, Tabard Theatre; in multiple roles, Samuel Pepys: A Life Worth Living, Thick House Theatre; as Gary, Snakebit, Theatre Q; as Gene, Things You Shouldn't Say Past Midnight, Theatre Q; as Ron, Third Street (one-act), Black Box Theatre; in multiple roles, To Be a Black Man in America, Producers Club Theatre; as Estragon, Waiting for Godot, Deer Hill Players; and as Ralph, The Window (one-act), Black Box Theatre.


Video Games:

Voice, America's Army: Rise of a Soldier, Secret Level, 2005.



Robert Anthony Peters Official Site,, February 8, 2007.

About this article

Peters, Robert Anthony

Updated About content Print Article