Resume

Peter Van Norden

AMT Artists, Inc.

15260 Ventura Blvd. Suite 1200

Sherman Oaks,CA. 91403

Office: 818-58212490

Fax: 818-582-2491


FILM

THE ACCUSED

POLICE ACADEMY 2 

NAKED GUN 2 ½  

AN INNOCENT MAN

GIGLI

HARD TO HOLD  

LOVE HURTS 

RAY’S MALE HETEROSEXUAL DANCE  HALL (1988 Academy Award - Best Live Action Short)

DON’T CALL ME FRANKIE (Cannes Film Fest. ‘93) 

WEST VIRGINIA STORIES 

HUNKY DORY


TELEVISION

THE STAND (Stephen King Mini-Series)

CHEERS

FAMILY TIES (2 episodes)

WINGS

NASH BRIDGES

WITHOUT A TRACE  

CAROLINE IN THE CITY

E.R. 

DOUBLE SWITCH (MOW)

THE INVISIBLE MAN 

BLOOD FEUD (Mini-Series)

L.A. LAW (recurring) 

MATLOCK

MURDER, SHE WROTE (recurring) 

THE TORKELSONS (recurring)

LIFE GOES ON (recurring) 

FAMILY TIES (2 episodes)

NEWHART (2 episodes) 

ST. ELSEWHERE (2 episodes)

TALES FROM THE CRYPT (2 episodes) 

IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT (2 episodes) 

HILL ST. BLUES


THEATRE

Broadway ST. JOAN (with Lynn Redgrave)

LITTLE JOHNNY JONES (with Donny Osmond) 

MACBETH (Lincoln Center)

THE INSPECTOR GENERAL (Circle-in-the-Square) 

ROMEO AND JULIET (Circle-in-the-Square)

Off-Broadway - NYC

TOP SECRET: BATTLE FOR THE PENTAGON PAPERS - NY Thr. Workshop (2010); LA Theatre Works;

 6 city tour of China (2013); 3 city tour of China (2011); NPR - "The Play's the Thing" (2009); National Tour (2009)

HAMLET (with Kevin Kline) 

JUNGLE OF CITIES (with Al Pacino)

HENRY V (with Meryl Streep - dir. Joe Papp) 

SHAKESPEARE’S CABARET

HAMLET (with Sam Waterston) 

CSC REPERTORY (2 seasons)

Los Angeles

THE HOTHOUSE (Antaeus Thr. Co. – 2018)

TAKING SIDES (Rubicon Thr. Co. – 2017)

A CHRISTMAS CAROL (‘Scrooge’ – Rubicon Thr. Co. – 2015-17)

COPPENGAGEN (Rubicon Thr. Co. – 2015)

SERRANO (Matrix Thr. – 2014-15) 

FLIM FLAM: HOUDINI AND THE HEREAFTER (Malibu Playhouse - 2014)

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE ('Shylock' - LA Shakespeare Center - 2014)

THE LIAR (Antaeus Co. - 2013)  MACBETH (Antaeus Co. - 2012)

LOVE STRUCK ("IDENTITY") (Beverly Hills Playhouse - 2012)

THE GOD OF ISAAC (Pico Playhouse - Westside Jewish Rep. - 2011)

THE CRADLE WILL ROCK (The Blank Thr. Co. - 2011 and 1994) 

POST OFFICE (Mark Taper Forum – 2009)

AMERICAN TALES (Antaeus Co. - 2008) 

TUG OF WAR (Getty Villa – 2007)

THE WILD PARTY (Blank Thr. Co. – 2005) 

THE WASPS (The Getty Villa – 2006, The Lost Colony, 2009)

LOOT (Back Stage West Garland Award - 1997 - Outstanding Performance)

DINAH WAS (Ovation Award nominee - 2004 - Best Featured Actor in a Musical)

THE MAN WHO HAD ALL THE LUCK (Antaeus – 2000 - L.A. Weekly Award - Best Ensemble)

WILDE…AND WONDERFUL (one-man show – 1995 - Drama-Logue Award - Acting)

THE FANTASTIKS (Blank Thr. Co. - 1994 - Ovation Award - Best Production)

THE LAST PAD (1990 - Drama-Logue Award - Acting)

CUBA AND HIS TEDDY BEAR (1988 - Drama-Logue Award - Acting)

MEASURE FOR MEASURE (Mark Taper) 

THE SEAGULL (LATC)

GOD BLESS YOU MR. ROSEWATER (The Matrix)

Regional

KING CHARLES III (Arizona Thr. Co. – 2016 – first American actor to play the title role)

THE SUNSHINE BOYS (Arizona Thr. Co.)  CRIME AND PUNISHMENT (Ensemble Thr. Co. - Santa Barbara)

HAIRSPRAY - San Diego Rep.  

THE ODD COUPLE (San Jose Rep.)

DON QUIXOTE (title role - Flying Karamazov Bros. – San Diego Rep.) 

MOONLIGHT AND MAGNOLIAS (Intiman - Seattle) 

ROMANCE (David Mamet – San Diego Rep)  

MIZLANSKY/ZILINSKY (San Jose Rep.)

CYMBELINE (Dan Sullivan - Old Globe)  

MISALLIANCE (Irene Lewis – Center Stage, Baltimore)

CHRISTMAS CAROL (‘Scrooge’ - S.D. Rep.-2 seasons)  

MAJOR BARBARA (Timi Near – San Jose Rep. -- Bay Area Drama Critics Circle Award - Best Actor, 2005

THE MAGIC FIRE (Jack O’Brien - Old Globe/Berkeley Rep./Guthrie) 

LOVE’S LABOR’S LOST (Roger Rees - Old Globe) 

KING LEAR (San Diego Rep.)

ENTER THE GUARDSMAN (San Jose Rep.) 

INVENTING VAN GOGH (Arizona Thr. Co.)  

NIXON’S NIXON (Seattle Rep./San Jose Rep. - Drama-Logue Award - Acting) 

ART (San Jose Rep.)

MENOCCHIO (Berkeley Rep.) 

MR. SHAW GOES TO HOLLYWOOD (Laguna Playhouse)

Training The Neighborhood Playhouse (1973-75) - Sanford Meisner, Richard Boone, William Esper, Peter Gennaro