Peter Robbins Biography and Wiki
Peter Robbins (born Louis Nanasi on August 10, 1956 – January 25, 2022) was a child actor in the United States. Robbins rose to national prominence in the 1960s as the first actor to play Charlie Brown in the Peanuts animated specials.
Peter Robbins Age at Death, Obituary
Peter Robbins, birth name Louis Nanasi, was born in Los Angeles, California, on August 10, 1956. He was 65 years of age at the time of his death. He died on January 25, 2022 (aged 65)
Carlsbad, California. His cause of death was reported to be suicide (Fox 5 San Diego reported).
Peter Robbins Education
Robbins was of Hungarian descent. In 1979, he graduated from the University of California, San Diego.
Peter Robbins Family
Robbins was born to both parents (mother and father) in a large-sized family setting in Los Angeles, California. Details about his mother and father’s name and what they do/did for a living are currently unavailable, however, he was raised alongside his sibling (Ahna Capri). Nevertheless, as soon as credible information about his father and mother is available, we shall update all Robbins’s family members immediately.
Peter Robbins Wife, Was he married?
Peter’s wife was not publicly known—if he was ever married, it is not publicly known if he had any children.
Peter Robbins Career and Net Worth
At the age of seven, Robbins began acting in films and television shows. As a child, he appeared as “Elmer” in the popular television series The Munsters. From 1963 to 1969, Robbins provided the voice of Charlie Brown, his childhood hero, in one television documentary, six Peanuts television specials, and one movie, including the film A Boy Named Charlie Brown and the television specials A Charlie Brown Christmas and It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.
Robbins was replaced by younger child actors in Peanuts specials produced after the 1960s at the age of fourteen, but his trademark scream of “AUGH!!,” first heard in It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, continued to be used in later specials for Charlie Brown and other Peanuts characters.
In 1966, Robbins appeared as the mysterious “Dr. T” in an episode of F Troop titled “The Sergeant And The Kid.” He also appeared as the mysterious “Dr. T” in an episode of Get Smart. He also appeared in the film Good Times with Sonny and Cher. Robbins left the entertainment industry in 1972 to pursue a career in real estate, with brief forays into radio. In 1996, he hosted a talk radio show on KPSL 1010 Talk Radio in Palm Springs.
According to a National Public Radio broadcast from 2006, he was managing real estate in Van Nuys, California. By 2020, Robbins was back, signing autographs for the Charlie Brown Christmas book in public appearances at Comic-Con conventions across the United States after finally receiving the correct medication for his lifetime bipolar disorder and functioning emotionally normally.
In an October 2019 television interview with Fox 5 San Diego reporter Phil Bauer, Robbins explained the path that led to his recovery. Robbins was working on his autobiography, Confessions of a Blockhead, at the time of his death, detailing his life, his jail experiences, and his future.
Peter Robbins Net Worth at Death
Peter Robbins had an estimated net worth of $120 thousand in form of assets. He was an American child actor. Robbins gained national fame in the 1960s as being the first actor to voice Charlie Brown in the Peanuts animated specials.