Peter Bart Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, Deadline Hollywood

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Peter Bart Biography

Peter Bart is a veteran American journalist, screenwriter, television host, managing editor, film producer as well as author. At this present moment, he serves as a writer at Deadline Hollywood since 2015. Moreover, Peter also served as a co-host of the weekly television series called Shootout along with film producer Peter Guber.

Peter Bart Age

Peter Bart was born in New York City, New York, United States on 24th July 1932. He is 90 years old.

Peter Bart Height

Peter possesses a height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approx 1.73m).

Peter Bart Family

Peter was born to her hardworking father Max S. Bart, and her caring mother Clara in New York City, New York, in the United States. He was brought up by his parents on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Moreover, his parents worked as public school teachers.

Peter Bart Wife

He is blissfully hitched to his caring and supportive wife named Phyllis Fredette. The adorable couple exchanged their wedding vows back in 2008. Earlier, Peter was married to Leslie Cox from 1982 to 2005.

Before, he was married to his first wife called Dorothy Callmann. Their union lasted for two decades from 1961 to 1981. Together, they share two daughters named Dilys Bart Shelton born in 1966, and Colby Bart Centrella born in 1962.

Peter Bart Education

He attended Swarthmore College near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and also studied at The London School of Economics and Political Science in London, United Kingdom.

Peter Bart Salary

He receives an ample salary of $94,005 annually. This is according to Deadline Hollywood writers’ salaries.

Peter Bart Net Worth

Peter has managed to stockpile good affluence in his career thus far and has an estimated net worth ranging between $10 million – $15 million.

Peter Bart Career

He is currently working as a writer for Deadline Hollywood since 2015. There, Peter writes a column for the online news site. Before entering the film business, he worked as a reporter for The Wall Street Journal and The Chicago Sun-Times. Moreover, he served as a columnist and reporter at The New York Times.

In 1967, he worked at Paramount Pictures as an executive and later as the vice president in charge of production. Peter’s relationship with American film producer and actor, Robert Evans was documented in Roberts’ autobiography called The Kid Stays in the Picture.  After 8 years at Paramount, Peter became president of Lorimar Productions and senior vice president for production at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Peter also wrote the screenplay of the 1971 comedy-drama film, Making It. He joined Variety in the year 1989. There, he worked as editor-in-chief. In 2007, he appointed Tim Gray to become his successor as an editor with the knowledge that he would stay on as a columnist, blogger, and consultant.

In 2001, Los Angeles Magazine announced that Peter had sold the rights to an 86-page novella christened Power Play to Paramount Pictures, where business associate, Robert Evans was a producer. He worked as a screenwriter as well as executive producer of the documentary film called Boffo! Tinseltown’s Bombs and Blockbusters (2006). Over the years, Peter has published eight books including three fiction and five non-fiction. In addition, he works on the Board of Advisors for Penske Media Company.

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