15 Questions with Actor and Producer Peter Wrobell

Actor Peter Wrobell

http://businesscards.plus/project/brochures/ Peter Wrobell was born in Warsaw, Poland and grew up in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. Peter studied stage at is it legal to buy Lamictal online The Theatre Lab and after making his move to Los Angeles, he immersed himself in studies at follow site New York Film Academy while honing his craft at The Beverly Hills Playhouse, and The Renegade Theatre & Film Group.

Over the past few years Peter’s acting career has taken off with notable roles on TV in The Bold & The Beautiful, General Hospital, Acceptance, and Dead Grandma. On the big screen, Peter has had smaller roles in The Monday Before, Mirrors, Iron Man 2, and Chasing Happiness. Currently, Peter stars as “Xander Taylor” in the highly anticipated drama, Junkie: Miles to Go directed by Tim Russ which just premiered at the 2018 Polish Film Festival in Los Angeles; prior to opening in theatres in final months of 2018. Inspired by true events, the drama is about a rock bottom junkie who sparks an explosive conflict with the local cartel after trading a needle for a gun. We caught-up with Peter at the festival for our readers favorite fifteen questions:

What is your favorite word? Yes!

What is your favorite color? Green.

What is your favorite city? Warsaw.

What is your favorite season? Fall.

What is your astrological sign? Aquarius.

Who has been the most positive influence on your life? My Grandfather.

What trait do you find most attractive in other people? Pure loyalty.

What is something most people do not know about you (Hobby, Favorite TV Series you never miss or Film you have seen many times or Secret Talent)? Crew (rowing), TV sitcoms from the 80s, Jerry Maguire, and I saved 2 babies lives as a Lifeguard.

What inspires you creatively? Human behavior.

What is your favorite swear word? For f*** sake.

What sound do you love? Crackling logs.

What is your favorite food? Kotlet (a Polish dish).

What is your favorite beverage? Tea (earl grey).

What was career plan B? Career Plan B was to be a QB in the NFL and Plan C was to row for the United States Rowing Team.

What do you want to hear the Angels say when you arrive? You actually made it, come on in!!!

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