|Born:||New York City, New York, USA|
Biography and career Edit
Pete Antico was born in New York City. He attended California Lutheran University. During his time in college, he was a baseball player and a pole-vaulter on the track team. Later, he attended UCLA’s Screenwriting program and studied acting with Allan Rich, as well as improvisation at The Groundling Theater.
Antico started his career as a stunt performer working on Steven Spielberg's 1941. After that, he has worked on numerous films and TV shows, both as an actor and a stunt performer. Antico has worked as a stunt double for actors like Sylvester Stallone, Robert De Niro, and Antonio Sabato, Jr. Aside from that, he has also worked as a director and writer.
Antico suffers from Tourette's Syndrome, a neurological disorder characterized by sudden involuntary movements and repeated vocalizations called tics.
In 2017, Antico ran for president of the SAG-AFTRA, a labor union that represents 160,000 entertainment professionals. Esai Morales was also a candidate for the position, but both were defeated by Gabrielle Carteris.
24 credits Edit
Selected filmography Edit
- Fury of the Fist and the Golden Fleece (2018)
- Wild Card (2015)
- The Other Guys (2010)
- Hood of Horror (2006)
- Timecop: The Berlin Decision (2003)
- Pray Another Day (2003)
- Revolution (2014)
- Blind Justice (2005)
- V.I.P. (2002)
- Walker, Texas Ranger (2000)
- Jake and the Fatman (1991)
- The Renegades (1983)
- ↑ McNary, Dave (March 14, 2017). Stuntman-Actor Peter Antico Running for SAG-AFTRA President. Variety.
- ↑ McNary, Dave (August 24, 2017). Gabrielle Carteris Re-Elected SAG-AFTRA President. Variety.