Meet performer and theatre creator Rod Peter Jr.
Meet Rod Peter Jr
Rod Peter Jr.’s past works include, Kitt & Jane ( 2011/2012) which won best the Victoria critics award for best new play, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (2009) and The Fall of the House of Usher (2011, The Qualities of Zero (2007), Agnes B (2010). He is a three time Pick of the Fringe winner for The History of Everything (Best Dance Performance), The War of 1812, (Best Comedy) and Tara Firm (Best Comedy). See him again this year in the North American tour of Kitt & Jane starting in June.
20 Questions with Rod Peter Jr
1. Your first job.
Video Store clerk with comedian Mike Delamont. Also happens to be the best job I ever had.
2. The job you always wanted as a child.
3. Your pet peeve.
People that eat with an open mouth.
4. Your hero.
5. Your biggest indulgence.
Collecting. Be it Comics, movies, Batman statues, or anything Futurama.
6. One thing no one knows about you (and you’re willing to share).
I don’t like holding new born children … and its a weird one I know … but I want the first time I hold a new born child to be MY new born child.
7. Three things you would want with you on a deserted island.
An endless supply of food, a large house to live in, and genie to grant me three wishes!
8. The one word your best friend would use to describe you.
9. If you were not an actor what would you be doing right now?
Be working some shit job for 10.50 an hour … oh wait I’m also doing that now!
10. Hero or villain?
11. Your life’s motto/mantra.
I have a poster framed in my kitchen from Futurama that says” You gotta do what you gotta do”.
12. Your favourite playwright or author.
13. The last book you read.
Carly’s Voice : Breaking Through Autism.
14. If you were a breakfast cereal what breakfast cereal would you be?
None. I’d be brunch. And you don’t that shit for brunch!
15. What will it say on your grave marker?
Here rests Batm-errrr …. Bruce Wayne!
16. Who would you most like to have dinner with?
I like eating on my own.
17. Your idea of happiness.
18. If you could go back in time, what would you tell your twenty year old self?
19. The one thing in your life that makes you most proud.
My parents … for making me.
20. To be or not to be?
Don’t care for either. In fact, I’ve never cared that much for something that has been over done. Why beat a dead horse!