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PETER GERETY (Allery Parkes)

Peter Gerety’s film credits include Michael Mann’s Public Enemies, Robert Zemeckis' Flight, Clint Eastwood’s Changeling, George Clooney’s Leatherheads, Mike Nichols’ Charlie Wilson’s War, Spike Lee’s Inside Man, the independent feature Things That Hang From Trees, Syriana, War Of The Worlds, K-Pax, People I Know, Magic Hour, Montana, The Legend of Bagger Vance, Mrs. Winterbourne, Surviving Picasso, Ed Burn’s Ash Wednesday, A Most Violent Year, Cymbeline, Get the Gringo, Paul Blart: Mall Cop, God's Pocket, The Sea Is All I Know, Hollywood Ending and The Curse of the Jade Scorpion. Gerety will next be seen in Dianne Dreyer’s A Change in the Air opposite Rachel Brosnahan.

Television credits include HBO’s The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks and Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight; Brothers And Sisters, the Tom Fontana/WB series The Bedford Diaries, HBO’s The Wire, Homicide, Law and Order, Ed Burns’ Public Morals, Kidnapped, Daredevil, Madam Secretary, The Black Donnelly's, Elementary, The Good Wife, Brotherhood, The House of Mirth, Central Park West, Third Watch, The Return To Lonesome Dove and the PBS Mini-Series Mercy Street.


Theatre credits include the Broadway productions of the late Nora Ephron’s play Lucky Guy, opposite Tom Hanks and Martin McDonaugh’s The Lieutenant Of Inishmore which transferred after a successful run off-Broadway at the Atlantic Theatre Company, the Broadway production of Never Gonna Dance, the Butcher in Susan Lori Park's Fucking A, and as Fluellan in Henry V at N.Y.'s Shakespeare in the Park. Peter worked predominantly on stage for over 30 years, performing in over 100 productions with the legendary Trinity Repertory of Providence, R.I. alone (Adrian Hall, dir.). He has also performed with the Seattle Rep., the Dallas Theater Center, ART in Cambridge, the Huntington in Boston, and in Edinburgh, Scotland; Madrid, Spain; Bombay and Calcutta and Damascus, Syria. Peter has been in numerous Broadway and Off-Broadway plays including playing Roderigo to James Earl Jones’ Othello and finally is an accomplished director, primarily with the Dallas Theater Center and Trinity Rep

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