The biography of Peter Fonda
The full name of Peter Fonda is ‘Peter Henry Fonda’. He is a well-known celebrity. He is also well known as a free-spirited Easy rider for his iconic role of 1969’s and two-time Oscar nominee. His father name is Henry Fonda, younger brother of Jane Fonda. His father is a Hollywood legend and socialite Frances Seymour Brokaw.
He has two sons, Bridget and Justin Fonda, by his father’s first wife Susan Brewer (stepdaughter of Noah Dietrich). He died at the age of 79 because of his lung cancer.
The net worth of Peter Fonda: 40M
Year: $6.73 Million
and Week: $129,487.18
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At a glance in short about the Hollywood’s ‘Easy Rider,’ Peter Fonda
|Name||Peter Henry Fonda|
|Date of Birth||February 23, 1940|
|Birth Place||New York City, New York, United States|
|Height||6 feet 2 inches|
|Education||The University of Nebraska at Omaha|
|Other||1969 counterculture classic Easy Rider|
|Source of Wealth||Film, Television|
|Estimated Net Worth||$40.4 Million|
|Income / Salary||Per Year: $6.73 Million|
|Marital Status||Married (Argaret De Vogelaere)|
|Children||2 (Bridget, Justin)|
|Date of death||February 23, 1940|
|Death reason||Lung cancer|
Peter Fonda when he was 6 years old was sent to boarding school. He spent early years before went to school alongside his older sister ‘Jane’. At the age of 10 his mother died by suicide who struggled with her mental health. It was the worst tragedy for his and his sister Jane and that time the age of Jane was 12.
In his 1998 book, Don’t Tell Dad: A Memoir, Peter Fonda said his mother’s death was something that his “forbidding figure”. Father, who was remote and often away on set, lied about and subsequently “ignored”.
Before his performance of breakout as Wyatt in easy (motorcycle) rider, he had a film career in the 1960s. He also co-wrote and produced. For the best original screenplay Peter Fonda earning an Academy Award. As the best actor for an Oscar, he was later nominated in 1997 film Ulee’s Gold.
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