Evan Peters Biography
Evan Peters “Evan Thomas Peters” is an American actor, well known for his multiple roles on the FX anthology series American Horror Story including the villain roles, of which he has been a main cast member since its debut in 2011, and his role as the mutant Quicksilver in the superhero films X-Men: Days of Future Past of 2014 and X-Men: Apocalypse of 2016.
Evan Peters Age Anh Height
He was born in St. Louis, Missouri the suburb of Ballwin, on January 20th, 1987, She is 32 years old as of 2019. He stands at a height of 5 ft 11 in or 180 cm and has a bodyweight of 77 kg or 170 lbs.
Evan Peters Family
Born to the son of Julie and Phil Peters. His father is a vice president of administration for the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation.
He was raised in a Roman Catholic family along with his and attended a Catholic along with his brother: Andrew, and a paternal half-sister, Michelle.
Evan Peters Dating – Evan Peters Girlfriend
Peters began dated actress Emma Roberts in 2012 after they worked together on the film Adult World. In July 2013, the pair had confrontations while they were staying at a hotel in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, someone overheard a dispute coming from their room and called the police. After a “heated argument”, they had begun hitting each other.
When the police arrived, and he got arrested they arrested Roberts. Peters was not arrested because Roberts did not have any immediately visible injuries.
Peters declined to press charges and Roberts was released several hours later. In a joint statement, the couple called it “an unfortunate incident and misunderstanding”, and stated that they were “working together to move past it.” Peters confirmed on March 2014 that he and Roberts were engaged.
Evan Peters Education
In 2001, Peters moved with his family to Grand Blanc, Michigan, where he pursued modeling and took local acting classes.
He enrolled at Grand Blanc Community High School, before moving to Los Angeles at age 15 with his mother to pursue his acting career. He then got enrolled at Burbank High School as a sophomore.
Evan Peters Career
Evan Peters’ first role was in the film ‘Clipping Adam’ in 2002, for which he was chosen by the producer himself. His brilliant performance won him an award at the Phoenix Film Festival, for Best Breakthrough Performance.
He as well featured in the 2004 American teen film ‘Sleepover’, which was directed by Joe Nussbaum. He also appeared as the character Russell Hayes, who had a crush on the main character and wanted to make her fall in love with him. Along with Peters, the film starred actors such as Alexa Vega, Sara Paxton, and Mika Boorem.Evan Peters Photo
He was also featured in ‘Phil of the Future’ an American science fiction that aired on the Disney channel from 2004.
The story focused on a family that comes from the future, but since their time machine gets damaged, they get stuck in the 21st Century.
Peters appeared as a nerdy kid named Seth Wosmer. Other important actors in the cast included Raviv Ullman, Aly Michalka, and Amy Bruckner.
He was also featured in ‘Invasion’, an American sci-fi television series that aired on ABC network.
Taking place in Florida, the story as well focused on the aftermath of a hurricane in a small town, where water-based creatures were beginning to take over bodies of the inhabitants of the town. It also starred actors such as William Fichtner, Eddie Cibrian, Kari Matchett, Lisa Sheridan, and Tyler Labine.
He supported roles in various movies such as ‘An American Crime’ in 2007, ‘Gardens of the Night’ (2008), ‘Never Back Down’ in 2008), ‘Kick-Ass’ in 2010, ‘Never Back Down 2: The Beatdown’ in 2011.
He started appearing in a popular horror anthology series American Horror Story’, where each season of the show is shown as a miniseries, with different stories and different sets of characters in each one. Including Peters, the show starred actors such as Connie Britton, Dylan McDermott, Evan Peters, Taissa Farmiga, and Denis O’Hare.
Evan played a supporting role in the 2011 American thriller film ‘The Good Doctor’. In 2013, he appeared alongside Emma Roberts in the comedy movie ‘Adult World’.
Meanwhile, he also made guest appearances on several TV shows such as ‘The Mentalist’ (2010), ‘The Office’ in 2010, ‘Parenthood’ (2011), and ‘In Plain Sight’ in 2011.
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Evan Peters American Horror Story
His role in the American Horror Story was playing the teenage sociopathic murderer Tate Langdon in the first season of the FX anthology series American Horror Story.
In the second season, subtitled Asylum, he starred as Kit Walker, a man wrongly accused of killing his wife; he got nominated the Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor – Series over his role, Miniseries or Television Film.
In the third season, subtitled Coven, he acted as Kyle Spencer, a frat boy who is killed and brought back to life as a Frankenstein’s monster type of creature. In the fourth season of the series, subtitled Freak Show, he played Jimmy Darling, a circus performer with deformed hands.
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Peter made his debut as Quicksilver in 2011’s X-Men: Days of Future Past wherein his character is recruited by a time-traveling Wolverine on a mission to change history and defeat the Sentinels.
In the sequel, X-Men, Apocalypse, Quicksilver aids the X-Men in saving the world from Apocalypse.
By the end of the film, Quicksilver joins the X-Men alongside Cyclops, Jean Grey, Storm, and Nightcrawler.
Quicksilver is expected to be more mature and more focused on being a hero when he returns in Dark Phoenix. Evan Peters Hot – Evan Peters Feet – Evan Peters Feet – Evan Peters Hands.
Evan Peters Quotes
- “I would love to be back, especially the way Simon is talking. I’m like a kid in a candy store. I’m just so happy to be a part of this movie. Hugh Jackman says he sneaks into a theater and watches a movie with the crowd. I’m thinking that’s a good idea and might do that this weekend.”
- “I think so, yes [I’ll appear in Apocalypse]. I assume it as well, but I don’t know what I’m supposed to say and not supposed to say. I think…I don’t know what I can say and what I can’t say. All I can say is that I have not seen a script yet.”
- “I always wanted to play someone with a superpower, specifically an X-Man because I loved the movies so much as a kid. And I think it’s really cool to play one of the fastest people in the world. It’s a really cool superpower to have. So I’m pretty happy to have it.”
- “It was awesome. It was a lot of technical work. But it was really fun to do and in the end, I was really blown away by the end result.
- It was like, “Is that me?” It was so weird and very, very cool. I think the directing and the editing and the special effects guys are just mind-blowing in that movie, and I owe a lot of it to them. I did very little. They were the real orchestrators and I thought it was very cool. And I hope in the next one I get to do some cool stuff as well.”
- “I can’t wait to see that movie! I’m a big fan of those movies and a big fan of Aaron’s so I’m excited to see it!”
- “Well, yeah, it’s always difficult to try to top something like that. The special effects guys, man, they absolutely nailed that and did a fantastic job on it. This year we’re working on something that’s bigger and better, keeping the same elements that worked, then adding a few new ones. I’m really excited to see it all cut together, and I’m excited for people to see it, too. I think it’s going to be a really fun sequence in what is going to be a massive X-Men movie. The scope of it — with the end of the world and Apocalypse coming — is going to be a very large, epic X-Men film.”
- “Absolutely, it’s the biggest X-Men film. It’s about the apocalypse, so the scope of the film is huge.”
- “Ha! No, it’s not. Although that would be amazing if Apocalypse brought back the dead to help him take over the earth. I love zombies; I can’t get enough. But the story is that my character is searching for his father and wants to find him. It starts there and then he jumps on the X-Men train and gets sucked up in this whole Apocalypse madness: He tries to stop him from destroying the world.”
- “Yeah, Quicksilver does his thing again, in the new film. It’s bigger, longer and more detailed. I think it’s an amazing sequence that they’ve put together. Just filming it, I was like, “Oh, my god!” I think we shot for 22 days of the second unit, working on the sequence, which is amazing. It’s so cool to take that much time to make something like that really pops and really works. Knock on wood, I think it’s going to be a fun and enjoyable sequence for people to watch, with Quicksilver running around and doing his thing in slow-mo time. I hope people like it.”
- “I have learned that he’s my father at this point and I am trying to … I don’t know what I can say. I’m trying to … Yeah. It’s like an adoptive child or any kind of child who has a strange father trying to … He knows who he is now so he is trying to find him. He’s been searching for him. It’s been 10 years and he hasn’t found him and then something happens.”
- “They could always bring him back to life somehow or there could be another studio that starts making superhero films and throw Quicksilver in there. I was really confused as to why they killed him. I thought it was really cool. It was a different take on the character, completely different. Scarlet Witch was there and yeah. I was kind of bummed that they killed him.”
- “I was devastated by it. I really wanted that to keep going. I thought it was cool. I don’t really know why they killed him off. I liked what they did with it, it was different. It was a completely different take on it. He had a Russian accent. I mean, they had this swoopy thing with the lines behind, which I thought was really cool, and I don’t know. I thought it was a cool character. I thought it could have been a cool competition. Like, ‘Oh, they did that with him and that was awesome. Now we’ve got to try to top that with this.’ It could have been a nice little, I don’t know, motivation.”
- “That’s a big motivation behind Quicksilver getting out of his Mom’s basement, trying to find his father and help him out. It’s a hard thing, to meet with an estranged father, it’s a real thing, so it was interesting to play that side of Quicksilver.”
- “Oh my god, I don’t know. It would take three years to shoot, wouldn’t it? Yeah, I don’t know. I would love to do that. I would like to see a Deadpool/Quicksilver movie. I think that would be really fun.”
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