Title: Writer, Actor
Location: New York, New York, United States
Peter Blaxill, Writer and Actor, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in poetry.
Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Mr. Blaxill is recognized for his work as a writer and former theater professional. During the early stages of his career, he served in the Korean War and earned a bachelor’s degree in drama from Bard College in 1953, having also studied at the American Theater Wing. As an actor, he has appeared in Broadway, off-Broadway, off-off Broadway productions, at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., and extensively in regional theatre. In addition, he is known for the 1974 “The Groove Tube.”
To remain aware of developments affecting his industry, Mr. Blaxill maintains his affiliation with the Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Artists Actors Guild and the Actors’ Equity Association. Civically, he is also involved with the Actors Fund.
Drawing inspiration from the works of William Shakespeare, in which he held roles in 10 productions, Mr. Blaxill took up poetry and has attended workshops with William Packard, Pearl London, Colette Inez and David Trinidad, among others. Notably, his poems have been published in both the First Literary Review-East and the New York Quarterly, as well as in the anthologies of the Riverside Poets, the Jefferson Market Library and the Brownstone Poets. In 2019, Mr. Blaxill published “Wherever the Wind Blows I Will Go,” which features hints of comedy and tragedy, satire and farce and platonic and consummated romances.
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