Peter Krause Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Peter Krause is an American celebrity, director, and producer with a net worth of $20 million dollars. Peter Krause was born in Alexandria, Minnesota in August 1965. Krause subsequently was cast in Cybil beginning in 1996. In 1998 Krause was cast in the ABC comedy Sports Night. Krause went to star in HBO’s drama Six Feet Under from 2001 to 2005. That part earned Krause three Emmy nominations. Krause played on Broadway in a 2004 production of After the Autumn.
Peter Krause Net Worth $20 Million Dollars
Krause starred in The Lost Room in 2006, a Sci Fi Channel miniseries. Krause starred in the ABC drama Dirty Sexy Money from 2007 to 2009, after turning the character down three times before. Krause has one son and is in a connection with Parenthood costar Lauren Graham.
August 12, 1965
Alexandria, Minnesota, United States
6 ft (1.85 m)
Gustavus Adolphus College, Tisc School of the Arts
United States of America
Lauren Graham (2010–)
Michael Krause, Amy Krause
Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, Satellite Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama, Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series, TV Land "Siblings That Make You Grateful for Your Own Crazy Family" Award
Night Owls, Beastly, Civic Duty, We Don't Live Here Anymore, Melting Pot, The Truman Show, Lovelife, Blood Harvest, The Book of Matthew
Dirty Sexy Money, Six Feet Under, Parenthood, Seinfeld, Ellen, Beverly Hills, 90210
While pursuing his acting career in New York University's Master of Fine Arts acting program, he worked as a bartender with writer Aaron Sorkin at the Palace Theater.
Krause spent his youth immersed heavily in track and field and gymnastics. Following a career-ending high school pole-vaulting injury, Krause took to the stage during his education at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota.
For Six Feet Under (2001), he originally auditioned for the part of David, as he was impressed by the political/human rights message that the role had and he wanted to stand up for the character. However, the creator, Alan Ball had found the role of Nate Fisher impossible to cast, and was impressed by Krause and his tangible chemistry with Rachel Griffiths (Brenda Chenowith).
Was pre-med at Gustavus Adolphus College before switching to his final major of English Literature.
Peter's father was a high school English teacher, and his mother was a second grade teacher.
MFA in Acting - New York University, Tisch School of the Arts (1990).
First child, a son named Roman, born 2001.
Last name is pronounced KROW-zuh. (KROW -- rhymes with "wow".).
Attended Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minnesota. Has a sister, Amy Krause, and a younger brother.
It sounds so trite but in relationships, you have to communicate.
I think that being a conscious parent opens your eyes to the fact that any adult relationships that you have, whenever children are present on a daily basis, that they're modelling how they get along with people by what they see how you get along.
At this point, I'm spoiled. I've actually had a really blessed career.
I don't smack him around. I don't yell at him. And if he wants to go to the park in his pajamas, I don't care.
I started college Pre-Med. That lasted about half a semester.
I'm pretty political when it comes to human rights and things like that.
My bones are tired from all the tragedy in me.
We live in a country where people still get beaten to death because of their sexual orientation.
People are first and foremost Republicans, first and foremost Anarchists, first and foremost a man or woman, and that is a mistake. It hurts the individual and it hurts the whole.
And then, all of a sudden, you're like, all that's great and fun, but Arthur Miller's in my dressing room. This is the third night he's been here and he sits in my dressing room for an hour after each show, and talks to me for an hour. So I'm pretty spoiled right now.
I think that every show on television has its place. I think Married With Children or, I don't know, The Nanny... some people want to go home, turn on the TV and be able to iron their clothes or grab a sandwich. Come out and catch a joke and not have to follow the story.
I'm moved to think about the political state of our country right now. Most people who go out and vote have a very clear sense of what's right and wrong. And a lot of those people who don't aren't sure, so they don't go out and vote.
I'm very wary of large groups of people getting together and trying to believe the same thing. It never seems to end well, whether it's political or religious or whatever.
Well I'm not much of a singer. But it's been a really nice time to do film, television, theater and have it all happening at once. That wasn't planned but it just happens.