Peter Lewis has appeared in numerous feature films, including Motherless Brooklyn with Alec Baldwin, Stone with Robert De Niro, Untraceable with Diane Lane and Down in the Valley with Bruce Dern. Other films include Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Pineapple Express, The Bourne Legacy, Greater and Chronic (Best Screenplay, Cannes). On television he has guest starred on Interrogation, Dirty John, Mad Men, 30 Rock, Law & Order: SVU, Person of Interest, Unforgettable, Boston Legal, Dark Blue (recurring guest star), 666 Park Avenue (recurring) and several episodes of the original Law & Order. He has appeared in numerous Off and Off-Off New York stage productions, has toured nationally with The Acting Company as Joe in Tennessee Williams’ The Long Goodbye and was nominated for Best Actor by the 29th Annual LA Weekly Theatre Awards for his performance as Andrew in the West Coast Premiere of Chuck Mee’s Limonade Tous Les Jour.
An original company member of the renowned Hubbard Street Dance Company, he is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama, the William Esper Studio and has studied extensively with Earle Gister, William Esper, Seth Barrish, Michael Howard, Deb Aquila, Penny Allen, Charlie Laughton, Tim Phillips and many others. As a Meisner Instructor he has trained with Terry Knickerbocker and William Esper, and has taught at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts NY, the New York Conservatory of Dramatic Arts, the Academy of Art University in San Francisco and Nassau Community College. He is delighted and proud to be a part of the TK Tribe.