Mini Bio (1)
Peter Strand Rumpel was nominated for Best Male Actor in the 2012 AMPIA awards for his intensely dramatic role as the older gunslinger in the North Country Cinema gritty gothic western, Black hills, directed by Cameron McGowan, and feels no shame in losing to his friend and Hell On Wheels co actor Duncan Ollerenshaw. Other film highlights include starring in Cory Lee's psychological thriller Defining Edward as the intractable and disturbing psychologist Brian, amusing audiences with FUBARs Dave Lawrence as the London punk drummer Fed to Dave Lawrence's dim witted base player Pluck, in the cult film Stiffed and Peter also had the privilege to be in both Gary Burns first (The Suburbanators) and last exclusively dramatic films (A Problem With Fear) before Mr. Burns moved on to docudrama and documentaries. Peter has also had recurring roles in Hell on Wheels, Tom Stone, and played four different comedic characters in four different episodes of Disney's Honey I Shrunk The Kids. Peter continues to show his ability to master or a variety of roles, and acting styles by playing the Quebecois Strip Club owner Wink Jourdain in an upcoming episode of the T.V. series Fargo opposite Adam Goldberg. Peter has years of experience in stand up comedy, improvisation, and sketch comedy. He was a founding member of the Obscene But Not Heard comedy group along with comedy writer Tony Binns and together they performed, across Canada and yearly at the One Yellow Rabbit High Performance Rodeo from 2000 to 2010 including hosting the OYR International cabaret to great success. On stage Peter has performed with Theatre Junction, Ground Zero, Sage Theater, Dirty Laundry Improvised Soap Opera and Lunchbox Theatre. Peter was also an Executive producer on Peter Skagen's comedic short Snap and is actively working with Peter Skagen and Raymond Massey on an upcoming 3-D action thriller to be produced with China Film Group and shot in China.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: P.S.Rumpel