RICK PETERS

RICK PETERS

BornJune 1, 1967

    RICK PETERS is an American actor who was born on June 1, 1967. Holidays (2016) and The Craving Heart (2008) are some movies in RICK PETERS's recent filmography. RICK PETERS's recent TV appearances include Criminal Minds and Second Chance.

    RICK PETERS Movies

    TitleCreditYear
    Holidays
    Holidays
    • Coach Rockwell
    2016
    The Craving Heart
    The Craving Heart
    • Actor
    2008
    Life/Drawing (Apartment 12) (Low Rent)
    Life/Drawing (Apartment 12) (Low Rent)
    • Lori's Bad Date
    2001
    American Virgin
    American Virgin
    • Tommy
    2000
    Gun Shy
    Gun Shy
    • Bennett
    2000
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    There are about 12 movies featuring RICK PETERS as of 2018. Some of the most recent RICK PETERS movies include Holidays, The Craving Heart, and Life/Drawing (Apartment 12) (Low Rent). Holidays, released in 2016, featured RICK PETERS as Coach Rockwell. The Craving Heart was released in 2008. RICK PETERS played Lori's Bad Date in Life/Drawing (Apartment 12) (Low Rent), released in 2001.

    RICK PETERS TV Shows

    TitleCreditYear
    Criminal Minds
    Criminal Minds
    • Bart Shulman
    • 2016
    Second Chance
    Second Chance
    • Dr. Pete Lesuer
    • 2016
    NCIS: New Orleans
    NCIS: New Orleans
    • Navy Commander Thomas Freeman
    • 2015
    Castle
    Castle
    • Tony Blaine
    • 2014
    NCIS: Los Angeles
    NCIS: Los Angeles
    • Adrian Davis
    • 2014
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    There are about 21 TV shows that have featured RICK PETERS as of 2018. Some of the most recent RICK PETERS TV appearances include Criminal Minds, Second Chance, and NCIS: New Orleans. In 2016, RICK PETERS played Bart Shulman on Criminal Minds. Second Chance featured him as Dr. Pete Lesuer also in 2016 and, on NCIS: New Orleans, he played Navy Commander Thomas Freeman in 2015.

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