Vincent Kartheiser Biography, Age, Wife, Movies, Angel, Connor,

Vincent Kartheiser born as Vincent Paul Kartheiser is an American actor best known for appearing on The WB television series Angel and on the AMC television series Mad Men.

Vincent Kartheiser Biography

Vincent Kartheiser  born Vincent Paul Kartheiser is an American actor best known for appearing on The WB television series Angel and on the AMC television series Mad Men.

Vincent Kartheiser Age

Kartheiser was born on 5 May 1979 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. He is 39 years old as of 2018

Vincent Kartheiser Parents

He is the son of Janet Marie (née Gruyé) and James Ralph Kartheiser. His mother ran a nursery, while his father sold construction equipment.

Vincent Kartheiser Siblings

He is the youngest of six: He has four sisters, Andrea Kartheiser, Colette Kartheiser, Elise Kartheiser and Theresa Kartheiser, and a brother, Nathan Kartheiser.

Vincent Kartheiser Wife | Alexis Bledel And Vincent Kartheiser

He is married to actress Alexis Bledel. The couple met in mid-2012 while filming The Hairy Bird. They got engaged in March 2013 and were married in June 2014 in California.

Vincent Kartheiser Mad Men

Kartheiser appeared as Pete Campbell, A young, ambitious account executive from an old New York family in the American period drama television series Mad Men.

Vincent Kartheiser House | Vincent Kartheiser Small House

He bought a 580-square-foot home in 2003 for $547,000. It is one bedroom with the bed hanging from the ceiling via a pulley system and can be stored away when not in use.

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Vincent Kartheiser Alpha Dog

He was cast as Pick Giaimo, A member of the gang whose car was used in the murder in the American crime drama film Alpha Dog

Vincent Kartheiser Colonel Sanders | Vincent Kartheiser Kfc

He took the role of Colonel Sanders in KFC, although Sterling Cooper and the agencies that followed did not do any work for the brand

Vincent Kartheiser Alaska

He was cast as Sean, Jake’s son in the American adventure survival film Alaska

Vincent Kartheiser Angel | Vincent Kartheiser Connor

Kartheiser was cast as Connor, the “miracle” human child of two vampires, Angel and Darla in the American television series, a spin-off from the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

Vincent Kartheiser Movies And Tv Shows

Year

Title

Role

2019

Crypto

2018

Most Likely to Murder

Lowell

2017

The Most Hated Woman in America

William J. Murray III

My Friend Dahmer

Dr. Matthews

2016

The Second Sound Barrier

Charles Michael Fortitude as The Artist

A Kind of Murder

Detective Lawrence Corby

2015

Winter Light

Samuel

Day Out of Days

Tark

2014

Beach Pillows

Nick

Red Knot

Peter Harrison

2012

Cussing in the Workplace

Jack

2011

Rango

Ezekiel / Lasso Rodent (voice)

In Time

Philippe Weis

Fruit of Labor

Alfred

2010

Elektra Luxx

Jimmy

2007

Killing Zelda Sparks

Craig Blackshear

2006

Alpha Dog

Pick Giaimo

Waning Moon

Michael

2005

Shakespeare’s Sonnets

Sebastian

2004

Dandelion

Mason Mullich

2001

The Unsaid

Thomas Caffey

2000

Crime and Punishment in Suburbia

Vincent

Bad Seed

Dillon

Ricky 6

Ricky Cowen

Luckytown

Colonel

1998

Another Day in Paradise

Bobbie

All I Wanna Do

Snake – Flat Critter

1997

Masterminds

Ozzie Paxton

1996

Alaska

Sean Barnes

1995

The Indian in the Cupboard

Gillon

1994

Little Big League

James

Heaven Sent

Eddie Chandler

1993

Untamed Heart

Orphan Boy

Vincent Kartheiser TV Shows

Year

Title

Role

2019

Crypto

2018

Most Likely to Murder

Lowell

2017

The Most Hated Woman in America

William J. Murray III

My Friend Dahmer

Dr. Matthews

2016

The Second Sound Barrier

Charles Michael Fortitude as The Artist

A Kind of Murder

Detective Lawrence Corby

2015

Winter Light

Samuel

Day Out of Days

Tark

2014

Beach Pillows

Nick

Red Knot

Peter Harrison

2012

Cussing in the Workplace

Jack

2011

Rango

Ezekiel / Lasso Rodent (voice)

In Time

Philippe Weis

Fruit of Labor

Alfred

2010

Elektra Luxx

Jimmy

2007

Killing Zelda Sparks

Craig Blackshear

2006

Alpha Dog

Pick Giaimo

Waning Moon

Michael

2005

Shakespeare’s Sonnets

Sebastian

2004

Dandelion

Mason Mullich

2001

The Unsaid

Thomas Caffey

2000

Crime and Punishment in Suburbia

Vincent

Bad Seed

Dillon

Ricky 6

Ricky Cowen

Luckytown

Colonel

1998

Another Day in Paradise

Bobbie

All I Wanna Do

Snake – Flat Critter

1997

Masterminds

Ozzie Paxton

1996

Alaska

Sean Barnes

1995

The Indian in the Cupboard

Gillon

1994

Little Big League

James

Heaven Sent

Eddie Chandler

1993

Untamed Heart

Orphan Boy

Vincent Kartheiser Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of around $9 million dollars.

Jon Hamm discusses working with Vincent Kartheiser as Pete Campbell – EMMYTVLEGENDS.ORG

Vincent Kartheiser Interview

Q&A – Vincent Kartheiser (Pete Campbell)

Source: amc.com

Q: Pete has sideburns! Are those real?

A: Yeah, they’re real. I grew them on the off-season just for fun and the show kept them.

Q: You’ve been shaving your hairline for the role. What was it like going out in public like that?

A: I would just go out in public. It was like nothing… It’s not like anyone looks at you differently if you’re balding.

Q: John Slattery says, you two get along famously off-screen. What’s it like having to play up tension between your characters on camera?

A: Let me just start off by saying he gets along famously with everybody… He’s a charming son-of-a-bitch and everybody loves him. I can’t resist him, as much as I try to, and what’s it like working with him and hating him as a human being, as Pete Campbell? It’s actually quite easy because disliking someone that everyone finds charming and funny…everything that they say just grates on you… It’s quite fun actually, getting to listen to him make the room laugh and that hurting me to my core and making me want to just destroy him even more.

Q: What’s been the one thing Pete’s done that has shocked you the most?

A: I think trying to blackmail Don Draper was shocking because he’s capable of anything, that guy. It just seemed like a crazy thing and a really ballsy thing. Also, asking Joan to do the deed last season. I was surprised by that.

Q: Matthew Weiner explained Pete’s decision to offer Joan to the Jaguar rep, saying, “Pete’s a businessman.” Do you ever find yourself defending Pete?

A: People ask me about that, and I say, “You know, Pete is really the only one with the stomach to explain how the sausage is made.” Everyone else wants to eat the sausage, and he’s like, “Well, I’m gonna go slaughter the animal and stuff it into a pork lining”… He thought it was important to have a car [account], and he went out and made it happen.

Q: Pete has a complicated relationship with Don. How has that evolved through the seasons?

A: I would say they have mutual respect for each other at work. And a mutual dislove for each other personally. I think they used to not respect each other work-wise, and they used to not like each other personally.

VIDEO: Inside Episode 604, “To Have and To Hold”

Q: Were you surprised at Pete’s self-analysis at the end of Season 5?

A: I am aware that he’s a malcontent, and I think the way he put it was beautiful. He realized a lot about himself last season. I wasn’t surprised that that’s who he is, but I’m surprised that he actually came to the conclusion of it. It’s actually quite a hard thing to become aware of, so we’ll see if it actually has any effect on him.

Q: As an L.A. native, can you relate to Pete not wanting to make the “epic poem” of a commute from the city out to the suburbs? Are you more a city mouse or country mouse?

A: I’ve lived in the city for so damn long now that I’m probably a city mouse now, but I tell you, every time I go out and stick my toes in the mud, it makes me wish I was a country boy again. I miss the good ‘ol days of not minding a tick on my head and a mosquito bite on my ass. I enjoy getting my hands a little bit dirty, and stubbing a toe and skinning a knee.

Q: You’ve said that you like physical acting. Does that extend to getting punched?

A: Yeah, I’m really good at that kind of stuff. I enjoy doing it. I am a man of his body. I believe you’re either a man of your mind, a man of your heart or a man of your body. And I am a man of my body, and it is enjoyable for me. It’s kind of my sweet spot.

Q: Is that what makes you good at fight scenes?

A: I’m not great at it. I’m just better at it than some other things. You know, it’s like Jon Hamm is great at everything, and then there are a couple of things that he’s less great at and just really good at instead. And I’m awful at everything, and then just a couple of things I’m pretty bad at. So that’s one of the things that I’m pretty bad at.