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Quick Timeline Of Peter Arpesella
Award-winning actor and director, Peter Arpesella is popular for his portrayal, Alvaro in the historical short drama film, Into the Silent Sea for which he won a Distinctive Achievement Award. Recently, he did additional voices for the upcoming animated movie, 6 Underground.
Arpesella was born as Pietro Arpesella on 26th January 1964, in Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy. He holds dual nationalities of Italy and the United States. After his father's death, he moved to New York for therapy and became an actor, then in Los Angeles, California where he currently resides.
Arpesella & Annie's Romantic Married Life
Peter Arpesella is currently living a blissful conjugal life with his beautiful wife, Annie Wood, a voice-over artist. The pair tied the knot on 9th September 2009. Their nuptial was held at the "Albertson Wedding Chapel" in Los Angeles, California.
The pair met for the first time in an Ocean Tea Garden in Los Angeles and have been together since then.
The love birds are fond of showing their love and often post their amazing photos on their social accounts. The couple recently celebrated their 10th marriage anniversary which he shared in one of his Instagram posts.
Fortune - $5 Million
Live by Night actor, Peter has a net worth of $5 Million as of 2019. He makes a decent income from his prolific career as an actor. Besides, his earnings as an author has also assisted to increase his net worth to millions.
Peter acted in many movies that have become a successful hit in the box office. So, there are some feature films of him in the following,
|Movie Credits||Box Office Collection||Production Budget||IMDb|
|Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted (2012)||$746.9 Million||$145 Million||6.8|
|2012 (film)||$769.7 Million||$200 Million||5.8|
|Live by Night (2016)||$22.7 Million||$90 Million (gross) $65 Million (net)||6.4|
|John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017)||$171.5 Million||$40 Million||7.5|
|Spider-Man: Far from Home (2019)||$1.131 Billion||$160 Million||7.7|
Arpesella co-starred with Richard Kind and Barry Bostwick in the American television sitcom, Spin City. His co-actors Richard and Bostwick have properties worth $3.5 Million and $3 Million respectively. Just like him, Kim Serafin also starred in the sitcom.
Becoming a Successful Actor
The Fifty-five-years-old actor, Peter Arpesella first came to prominence appearing in the television comedy series, Spin City in 2000. Later, he starred as Dante in the romantic drama series, Port Charles in 2003. Similarly, his other television works are Karma's a B*tch, Homeland, The Blacklist and many more.
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Arpesella made his debut appearance in the short film, Date or Disaster, where he acted under the direction of Richard Elfman in 2003. He then featured in the comedy movie, The Almost Guys in 2004. He also portrayed in several films, including The Broken Heart of Gnocchi Bolognese, and Plaid.
As an Author
Peter Arpesella is the author of the short story, The Little Old Lady, written in the short story collection book, Frightful Stages. He also wrote a book, The Psychotherapy Patient, Vol. 11 on 3rd April 2002.
In 2014, Arpesella wrote a novel, Good Like This, which explores an ambitious investment banker and his successful artist wife live the spectacular American life until the wall of their hidden secrets breaks them down. This book is a fast-paced story about love, passion, and self-discovery.
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