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Peter Kastner est un Acteur Canadien né le 1 octobre 1943

Peter Kastner

Peter Kastner
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Nationalité Canada
Naissance 1 octobre 1943
Mort 18 septembre 2008 (à 64 ans) à Toronto (Canada)

Peter Kastner (1 October 1943 – 18 September 2008) was a Canadian-born actor who achieved prominence as a disaffected youth in movies of the 1960s.

His first leading role was in the 1964 Canadian film Nobody Waved Goodbye, which was a semi-improvised, documentary-style look at middle-class teenagers. He played an alienated young man, the son of a prosperous automobile dealer, who drifts into petty thievery. His breakthrough role was in the title role in Francis Ford Coppola's 1966 comedy You're a Big Boy Now, which starred Elizabeth Hartman, Geraldine Page, Rip Torn, Karen Black, and Julie Harris, in which Kastner played an earnest young man who moves from his parents' house to New York City and struggles with confusing relationships. He played a similar role as a earnest young advertising man swept up in the era in 1971's B.S. I Love You.

Kastner starred in the 1968–1969 ABC sitcom The Ugliest Girl in Town, where he played Timothy Blair, a man who dressed in drag as a favour to his photographer brother. It was following Ugliest Girl that Kastner's fortunes declined. Unable to gain leading roles, he took supporting roles in movies and television series.

He starred in the 1977 CBC Television sitcom Custard Pie as Leo Strauss, the manager of a musical group of that name, but the series was not popular or critically well-received. His last film role was in Unfinished Business (1984), a sequel to Nobody Waved Goodbye.

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Filmographie de Peter Kastner (4 films)

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Big boy
Big boy (1966)
, 1h37
Réalisé par Francis Ford Coppola
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Drame, Comédie, Comédie dramatique, Romance
Thèmes Sexualité, Erotique, La virginité
Acteurs Elizabeth Hartman, Peter Kastner, Geraldine Page, Julie Harris, Karen Black, Rip Torn
Rôle Bernard Chanticleer
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Le jeune Bernard Chanticleer est un peu perdu. Il est amoureux de Barbara, une femme qui déteste les hommes et par-dessus le marché, le livre le plus rare de la bibliothèque dont son père est le directeur a été volé...