Facts about Peter Fonda
Peter Fonda Biography
After a few years acting on the stage, Peter Fonda got started in the movies in 1962.
During the 1970s he appeared in movies such as Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry and Wanda Nevada (which he also directed).
In 1999 he was nominated for an Oscar for his performance as a beekeeper in Ulee’s Gold (co-starring Jessica Biel).
Peter Fonda’s other films include Wanda Nevada (1979), The Limey (1999, directed by Steven Soderbergh), Thomas and the Magic Railroad (2000, starring Alec Baldwin) and the 2007 remake of the western 3:10 to Yuma (starring Russell Crowe and Christian Bale).
As a kid, Peter Fonda accidentally shot himself in the stomach with an antique pistol. He survived.
Something in Common with Peter Fonda
- Actors born in New York (187)