Peter Horton Biography| Wiki, Net Worth, Career, relationship,Children
An American actor, producer and director Peter Horton, best known for appearing as Professor Gary Shepherd on the Television series ‘Thirtysomething’ from 1987 to 1991.
|Date of Birth||August 20, 1953|
|Net Worth||$3 million|
|Spouse||Nicole Deputron (m. 1995), |
Michelle Pfeiffer (m. 1981–1988)
|Children||Lily Horton, Ruby Horton|
Bio and Wiki of Peter Horton- Early life
Peter Horton was born on August 20th of 1953. The information about his parent is not in details whereas his father worked in the shipping business in Bellevue, Washington. He belongs to the Zodiac sign Leo.
Talking about his education, he attended Redwood High School in Marin County, California, and Illinois Principia College.
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Peter Horton’s Career
In the television programs ‘ The White Shadow,’ St. Elsewhere,’ Eight Is Enough,’ The Geena Davis Show and’ Dallas,’ Peter Horton 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 his family’s efforts to bring him home. The next actor starred in the horror movie “Children of the Corn”.
In1 1987, he joined the cast of ABC’s “Thirtysomething” as a Professor Gary Shepherd following a role in the feature flick ‘ Where the River Runs Black. Peter Horton played as Harry Landers in the “Hospital” skit from Amazon Women on the Moon opposite wife Michelle Pfeiffer.
In 1990, Horton played an ex-volleyball champ in’ Sideout.’ Two years later, he played a minor role in the romantic comedy of the’ Singles.’ The movie, featuring Bridget Fonda, Kyra Sedgwick, Campbell Scott, and Matt Dillon, was a moderate success. After this, he did the movie ‘ Two Days in the Valley,’ which was released in 1996. The actor appeared in the following year’s television adaptation of Jon Krakauer‘s’ Into Thin Air: Death on Everest.’ During 1998 and 1999, he featured as a lead actor in the short-lived drama’ Brimstone.’ He starred in the 2006 documentary film “Who Killed the Electric Car? “
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Peter Horton’s Personal life
From 1981 to 1988, Horton was married to Michelle Pfeiffer, whom he met in the acting class of Milton Katselas. He got more involved with the future Hollywood star from a vegan cult: “I don’t believe in men saving women, but… I was first television,” Pfeiffer later recalled. “Peter drew me back into the world.” Pfeiffer reflected on their relationship, “I never broke one of my own Ten Commandments to date an actor, especially one you are studying with. Then I married one!” Their separation was friendly; Horton later blamed it on their devotion to their work rather than their marriage.
After his first marriage, he married to Nicole Deputron since 1995 and the couple has two children, Lily (born October 1999) and Ruby (born 2002). He is a brother-in-law of Egil Krogh, a former White House Plumber who was convicted of the Watergate scandal.
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Peter Horton’s net
Peter Horton’s career in acting and directing, lead him to acquire the net worth of around $3 million which is a very good amount. He is laving a lavish and luxurious life.