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Who was Peter Bogdanovich?(Peter Bogdanovich dead at 82: Sopranos star passes away from natural causes ) Wiki, Bio, Age,Net Worth,Family,Facebook,Spouse,Death, Instagram, Twitter & Quick Facts

Peter Bogdanovich

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Who was Peter Bogdanovich?

PETER Bogdanovich was announced dead at the age of 82, as The Last Picture Show filmmaker, known for his role as an actor in The Sopranos, passed away of natural causes.

Peter Bogdanovich ComSE was an American film director, writer, actor, producer, critic, and historian. Bogdanovich, one of the directors of “New Hollywood,” started out as a film journalist until he was hired to work on Roger Corman’s The Wild Angels. Wikipedia

Peter’s daughter, Antonia Bogdanovich, confirmed the tragic news to The Hollywood Reporter.

How old was Peter Bogdanovich?

July 30, 1939, Kingston, New York, United States

Peter Bogdanovich has been announced dead

Bogdanovich died from natural causes at his home in Los Angeles, on January 6, 2022, at the age of 82.

Peter directed such films as Paper Moon, The Last Picture Show, and At Long Last Love.

In The Sopranos, the late actor / director played the role of Elliot Kupferberg.

In addition to his daughter, the late filmmaker is survived by his grandsons Maceo, Levi and Wyatt.

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Spouse

 Louise Stratten (m. 1988–2001), Polly Platt (m. 1962–1971)

Children

Antonia Bogdanovich, Sashy Bogdanovich

Peter Bogdanovich Net Worth:

$ 10 million

Peter Bogdanovich Net Worth and Salary: Peter Bogdanovich is a filmmaker, producer, director, actor, writer, and critic who has a net worth of $ 10 million. Peter Bogdanovich started out as an actor in the 1950s. In the early 1960s, the obsessed moviegoer was known as a film programmer at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, where he exhibited the work of American directors Orson Welles. and John Ford. The 72-year-old New Yorker became a film writer for Esquire magazine, and in the late 1960s, Bogdanovich moved to Los Angeles in pursuit of a directing career. It wasn’t long before Bogdanovich secured the big break from him. At a movie screening, Bogdanovich met director Roger Corman. Impressed by his work for Esquire, Corman offered him a job as a director. Together they produced such films as Targets (1968) and Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women (1968).

It was the movie, The Last Picture Show, that made Bogdanovich a worthy director. The dramatic film received eight Oscar nominations, including for Best Director. Bogdanovich went on to work on the 1972 comedy film What’s up Doc ?. Hailed as one of the new generation of top directors, Bogdanovich formed The Director Company along with Oscar winners Francis Ford Coppola and William Friedkin. It was through this company that Bogdanovich’s Paper Moon was produced, along with Ford Coppola’s award-winning The Godfather, Part II. In the 1980s, Bogdanovich returned to writing as his directing career waned. The work included The Killing of a Unicorn: Dorothy Stratten, a memoir published in 1984. However, Bogdanovich attempted to revive his directing career, producing Mask (1985), which met with some success, and The Last Picture Show Sequel, Texasville ( 1990), which was a huge disappointment. The failure of two more films (Noises Off, 1992 and The Thing Called Love, 1993) kept Bogdanovich out of the spotlight for several years. In 2001, Bogdanovich returned fighting the film, The Cat’s Meow, which was moderately successful. He also returned to acting, appearing as a special guest on The Sopranos. Bogdanovich also appeared on Quentin Tarantino’s How I Met Your Mother, Will Shortz and Kill Bill Volumes 1 and 2, as a disc jockey. In 2007, Bogdanovich received an award from the International Federation of Motion Picture Archives for his outstanding contribution to film preservation.

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