Actor Peter Carpenter was born Joseph Nathaniel Carpenter to Nathaniel James and Matilda Azzolino Carpenter. He attended Woodrow Wilson High School. He enlisted in the Air Force December 2 1958 and his release date was September 5 1962. He appeared in the films Vixen in 1968 and Love Me Like I Do in 1970. Also in 1970 he helped write and produce the movie Blood Mania, which he also starred in. In 1971 he starred in (along with helping to write and produce) the film Point of Terror. In this film he sang "This Is...", "Lifebeats", and "Drifter of the Heart". He passed away of natural causes. The former Mirabal Mortuary handled arrangements.
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