October, 2004: Appearing in the title role in William Shakespeare
's "Richard the Third" at the Public Theatre in New York City.
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(2003)) Shit, Gary Oldman is one of my all-time favorite actors, so when I heard he was in it, and I'd get to play his delinquent best friend, I immediately said yes. I thought it was a really interesting idea, about dwarfism and genetics and all that. Too bad it sort of fell apart. That's one of those things where it's out of the actors' hands. I had a great time making it. I ...
Peter's surname is the same as the town of Dinklage in Lower Saxony, district of Vechta, in the Northwest region of Germany. The name "Dinklage" derives from the Old Norse word "thing", which means a gathering place, such as one for a council or trial. Built as a castle near the end of the Early Middle Ages, it was first officially recorded not before 1231. Over time and due to phonetical changes...
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