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Peter Dante

Peter Dante
Born Peter Francis Dante
(1968-12-16) December 16, 1968
West Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1994–present
Spouse(s) Cynthia Pett-Dante

Peter Francis Dante ( born December 16, 1968 in West Hartford Connecticut) is an American actor. He frequently appears in films from Happy Madison Productions alongside his friend Adam Sandler.

Career

His roles are usually alongside Jonathan Loughran and/or Allen Covert. He played "Peter" in Little Nicky. In Grandma's Boy he played "Dante". He also played a gay lawyer named Tommy in Adam Sandler's movie Big Daddy. He played the quarterback Guy Grenouille in The Waterboy and Murph in Mr. Deeds. He played a security guard in 50 First Dates.

Dante was a writer, actor and producer for the film Grandma's Boy. In the film, Dante plays a zany drug dealer with a pet chimpanzee, lion and elephant. He played a firefighter in the film I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry, and the role of Danny Guiterrez in Strange Wilderness. He also played the role of Steve Spirou's son in Adam Sandler's 2012 film That's My Boy

Music

Dante is also a musician and singer/songwriter. He recorded with Adam Sandler and Buck Simmonds. He is a member of the music group Rad Omen along with Dirt Nasty, DJ Troublemaker, Steven Laing, and Benji Madden. In 2011 he released his debut album "Peace, Love, and Freedom."

College

He is a graduate of Hofstra University, where he played lacrosse. He was an assistant coach for the lacrosse team at Loyola Marymount University for the 2011 season.[1]

Filmography

References and notes

  1. ^ Loyola Marymount University Lacrosse Lions 2011 Roster and Schedule

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