Pete Papageorge

Pete Papageorge

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Pop - General | Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Total Song Plays: 9,566   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: 9/22/2017

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Pete Papageorge, Actor/Musician/Voiceover, 2010 Gold Peer Award Winner for "I Am the Guard," from the world-famous "Kelly's Irish Times" pub on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, providing "the soundtrack for American politics for over 20 years" (Eric Mullen, consultant for Hillary Clinton).

Latest album, "Pete Papageorge - Best of Live at the Irish Times." Wrote "The Kickball Song" (available on iTunes) & "Theme for Gailie," (aired on Weather Channel).

Plays the blind sex addict in John Waters's A DIRTY SHAME," dog handler in TUCK EVERLASTING. Principal work in HBO's SHOT IN THE HEART, THE CORNER, & CBS's THE DISTRICT. Appears in HOUSE OF CARDS, VEEP, GAME CHANGE, SALT, THE INVASION, HANNIBAL, HEAD OF STATE.

Voiceover clients include "FALLOUT 3" (The Mechanist, Chief Gustavo) - 2008 GDC Videogame of the Year, Red Cross, US Army, CIA, DIA, NEA, ICE, DOT, and Atiku Abubakar, Nigerian presidential candidate. Narrated PBS documentary, "If the Bough Breaks."

CONTACT PETE: 301-758-5225

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2013: Featured in Netflix production,"HOUSE OF CARDS."

2012: Lead Role in new pilot for series entitled,"HARD FIX."

Awarded 2010 Gold Peer Award for Voiceover by TIVA-DC

Awarded 2009 Peer Award for On-Camera acting by TIVA-DC.

Voiced several characters (including 'The Mechanist') in the 2008 GDC Videogame of the Year, FALLOUT 3.

Recent performance in "America's Most Wanted."


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kristyangel posted over 30 days ago to Pete Papageorge


Love the song

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Chet Nichols posted over 30 days ago


Hey Pete!

Thanks for the great review of my old song, "If You Were They And They Were You". I comes from my third album, "Taxi To Tonganoxie". We recorded this at Wally Heider's in San Francisco in 1972....so, it is an old cut. But, it is great to hear that the message still shines thru! We are re-recording a number of the very old cuts (40+ years) and this might be a cut worth a re-visit. I was inspired by the plight of the Native American Indians to write they song. I am really saddened by how terribly the Native Americans are treated. It is sickening....

Anyway, thanks, again.

Chet


Du Lac posted over 30 days ago


Thanks for your good an honest review!


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