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Peter Horton Biography
Peter Horton is an actor, producer, and director from the United States. He is best known for appearing as Professor Gary Shepherd on ABC’s popular drama series ‘ Thirtysomething,’ a role he played from 1987 to 1991.
He is also known for serving as the director of the popular medical drama’ Grey’s Anatomy’ by ABC as well as the action drama series ‘ The Philanthropist’ by NBC. Born to a ship’s captain in Bellevue, Washington
Peter Horton Age
Peter is 65 years old as of 2018. He was born on born August 20, 1953
Peter Horton Early Life
Horton was born to a father who worked in the shipping business in Bellevue, Washington. He attended Redwood High School in Marin County, California, and Principia College in Illinois.
Peter Horton Wife | Children
He was married to actress Michelle Pfeiffer from 1981 to 1988. The actor has been married to Nicole Deputron since 1995. The couple have two daughters: Lily and Ruby. Horton is a brother – in – law of former White House Plumber Egil Krogh who was convicted of Watergate scandal in the early 1970s.
Peter Horton Career
Peter Horton appeared in the television programs ‘ The White Shadow,” St. Elsewhere, ” Eight Is Enough,” The Geena Davis Show’ and’ Dallas,’ he played the role of Crane McFadden in’ Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’ from 1982 to 1983. During this time, he also featured in’ Split Image,’ a Canadian drama flick that tells the story of a college athlete engaging in a youth-oriented cult and the efforts of his family to bring him home. The next actor starred in the horror movie’ Children of the Corn.’
Following a role in the feature flick ‘Where the River Runs Black’, he joined the cast of ABC’s ‘Thirtysomething’ as Professor Gary Shepherd in 1987. That year, he also starred as Harry Landers in the satirical comedy ‘Amazon Women on the Moon’ opposite his then-wife Michelle Pfeiffer.
Horton played an ex-volleyball champ in’ Sideout’ in the year 1990. Two years later, he played a minor role in the’ Singles ‘ romantic comedy. The film, featuring Bridget Fonda, Kyra Sedgwick, Campbell Scott, and Matt Dillon, was a moderate success. He did the movie ‘ Two Days in the Valley’ after this, which was released in 1996. The actor appeared in the television adaptation of Jon Krakauer’s ‘ Into Thin Air: Death on Everest ‘ the following year. He featured as a lead actor in the short-lived drama ‘ Brimstone ‘ during 1998 and 1999. He starred in the documentary film ‘ Who Killed the Electric Car in 2006? ‘
As a director, Peter Horton has contributed to a number of TV shows including‘ Thirtysomething’,‘ The Shield’,‘ Once and Again’,‘ The Wonder Years’,‘ Class of’ 96′,‘ Dirty Sexy Money’,‘ Reconstruction’ and‘ The Philanthropist’, to name a few. He has also directed the 1990 TV movie‘ Extreme Close-up’ and the 1995 film‘ The Cure’.
As a producer, Horton produced the drama series ‘ Reconstruction, ‘ ‘ Lone Star, ‘ ‘ The Body Politic, ‘ ‘ The Philanthropist, ‘ ‘ Grey’s Anatomy, ‘ ‘ Murder Live ‘ and ‘ Six Degrees. ‘
Peter Horton Net Worth
American actor and director have an estimated net worth of $3 million.
Peter Horton Grey’s Anatomy
Peter has produced and directed Grey’s Anatomy which is It is an American medical television series premiered on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) on 27 March 2005 as a midseason replacement.
Peter Horton Movies
- 1995- The Cure
- 1987 Amazon Women on the Moon
- 1984 Children of the Corn
- 1990 Side out
- 1996- 2 Days in the Valley
- 1995- The Baby sitters club
- 1997 into the thin air: Death on Everest
- 1992- Singles
- 1990- Extreme Close-up
- 1998-T-Rex: Back to the Cretaceous
- 2004- The Dust Factory
- 1986- Where the River Runs Black
- 1997- The End of Violence
- 1996- Death Benefit
- 1980- Fade to Black
- 1997- Murder Live!
- 2003- Thoughtcrimes
- 2010- True Blue
- 2005-The Naked Brothers Band
- 1996- Crazy Horse 1996
- 1981- Miracle on Ice
- 1979- She’s Dressed to Kill
- 2004- While i was Gone
- 1983- Choices of the Heart
- Children of the Dark
- Someone’s Killing the World’s Greatest Models
- 2004- Capital City
- 1994- The Gift
- 2011- Reconstruction
Peter Horton Tv Shows
- 2015- American Odyssey
- 2000-2001 The Geena Davis Show
- 1998-1999 Brimstone
- 1987-1991 thirtysomething
- 1983- Choices of the Heart
- 1982-1983 Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
- Peter Horton Age
Peter Horton Thirtysomething
Peter played the role of Professor Gary Shepherd on the TV series Thirtysomething, an American TV series created by Ed Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz for United Artists Television under MGM / UA Television and broadcast on ABC from 1987 to 1991.