Vincent Kartheiser
American actor
Vincent Kartheiser
Vincent Paul Kartheiser is an American actor known for playing Connor in Angel and Pete Campbell in Mad Men.
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If You See Something, Say Something: Garry Marshall
Huffington Post - 7 months
Garry Marshall, who died on Tuesday, was a Rolls Royce of punchlines, a wisecrack machine of the first order with impeccable class. "I like young people who are in that brief window between on their-way-up and rehab," he said to me. "In that window I can make stars." Then he admitted that the window business wasn't totally true -- but the line was just too good to give up. Now that's eating your cake and having it, too. How do you not love that? We also agreed that "Took me three hours to figure out F.U. was Felix Ungar!" is maybe the funniest punchline ever written. (It was not his, of course, but Neil Simon's. And it never made it past the ABC censors when Marshall shepherded the Broadway hit, which had been staged by Mike Nichols, into sitcom history.) "My first series was a show called Hey, Landlord," Marshall told me. "It was No. 99 in the ratings. It's pretty hard to be 99 in the ratings." That was accurate enough, though the short-lived sitcom that gave him his debut as sh ...
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Alexis Bledel and Vincent Kartheiser: A Timeline of Their Secret Romance, Marriage and Baby - Us Weekly
Google News - 9 months
Us Weekly Alexis Bledel and Vincent Kartheiser: A Timeline of Their Secret Romance, Marriage and Baby Us Weekly Alexis Bledel and Vincent Kartheiser at the 22nd annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on January 30, 2016. Credit: Matt Sayles/Invision/AP. Sneaky Rory! Alexis Bledel and Vincent Kartheiser have remained steadfastly tight-lipped about their romance over ... Rory Gilmore Life Lessons Alexis Bledel Should Pass On To Her New BabyBustle Alexis Bledel & Vincent Kartheiser's Baby Joy: Couple Welcomes First ChildHollywood Life Alexis Bledel Is a Mom NowHollywood Reporter Huffington Post -Washington Post -USA TODAY -TV Guide (blog) all 99 news articles »
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The gripping 'Saints & Strangers' strips the sentimentality from the first ... - OregonLive.com
Google News - about 1 year
OregonLive.com The gripping 'Saints & Strangers' strips the sentimentality from the first ... OregonLive.com If your idea of the first Thanksgiving consists of sentimental images of Pilgrims and Native Americans sitting down together at a well-stocked table, you owe it to yourself to watch "Saints & Strangers," a four-hour, two-night, made-for-TV movie that ... Here's Vincent Kartheiser As a Gritty PilgrimVulture 'Mad Man's' Vincent Kartheiser sets sail for a whole new world in 'Saints ...Minneapolis Star Tribune National Geographic's Two-Night Event, 'Saints & Strangers,' Explores The ...Starpulse.com Indiana Gazette -Los Angeles Times -The Denver Post all 110 news articles »
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Mad Men: 'A Taste of Honey' by Herb Alpert's Tijuana Brass?
Huffington Post - almost 2 years
If you're going to kill off Betty Draper Francis played by one of my Mad Men faves, January Jones, on Mother's Day, could it at least be done to the 1965 Billboard chart topper, "A Taste of Honey" by Herb Alpert's Tijuana Brass? Especially since this next-to-last epsiode of the 8-year series is titled, "The Milk and Honey Route." OK, the milk and honey route may refer to a preferred hobo mode of travel in the 1961 book by sociologist Nels Anderson, The Hobo: The Sociology of the Homeless Man, not Alpert's bestselling album, Whipped Cream & Other Delights, but still.... As it is, we have Betty's politico husband, Henry (Christopher Stanley), chastising her not to be "morose" about her cancer, but he may as well have been telling us viewers, not to be morose. Since we learned of her diagnosis at the same time she did, hearing some anesthetizing music would have been nice to dull the pain. I mean, I cried. Where's my Don and Betty happy ending? PS I have been waiting for ...
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Vincent Kartheiser Stars in ‘Pride and Prejudice’
NYTimes - over 3 years
Vincent Kartheiser of “Mad Men” is onstage this summer as the lead in “Pride and Prejudice” at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis.     
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Here's What Vincent Kartheiser Looks Like As Mr. Darcy
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Is that Pete Campbell? Vincent Kartheiser (Fitzwilliam Darcy) in the Guthrie Theater's production of Pride and Prejudice at the Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis. Photo by Michael Brosilow. Vincent Kartheiser, of 'Mad Men' fame, dons a ruffled blouse and riding boots in his new role as Mr. Darcy in the Guthrie Theater's adaptation of "Pride and Prejudice." The play opened earlier this month and photos of the actor doing his best impression of a 19th century gentleman have been released. Gaze upon the new Jane Austen protagonist below. Can we talk about those mutton chops? Anna Sundberg (Caroline Bingley) and Vincent Kartheiser (Fitzwilliam Darcy) in the Guthrie Theater's production of Pride and Prejudice at the Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis. Photo by Michael Brosilow. Ashley Rose Montondo (Elizabeth Bennet) and Vincent Kartheiser (Fitzwilliam Darcy) in the Guthrie Theater's production of Pride and Prejudice at the Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis. Photo by Michael Brosi ...
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'Mad Men's' Vincent Kartheiser talks getting animated for Fox
LATimes - over 3 years
Vincent Kartheiser has a face that's launched a thousand GIFs.
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Watch All Of Pete Campbell's Epic 'Mad Men' Rants
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Mad Men's Pete Campbell has always been a great ranter: haughty, aggrieved apoplexy is the longest arrow in his quiver. But this season, faced with obstructions from Don, his mother, and Bob Benson, he really turned the dials up to eleven. Foiled IPO? He'll get so heated he falls down the stairs, literally stumbling over his livid words. Mom disappeared from a cruise ship? He'll ream out the "Panamanian criminals" and the "Spanish fly" that might've had any hand in it. Secretary not quite getting office politics? He'll make sure she feels like she's worth less than the notepad on which she scribbled his missed phone calls. (Though it is a sign of his patrician aspirations that he stops short of actually foaming at the mouth.) Watch this supercut of Pete Campbell's epic, head-shaking, face-reddening season-six rants. It'll make you want to suck on an empathetic lozenge for Vincent Kartheiser.
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Mad Men's Matthew Weiner Discusses the Season 6 Finale
Seattle Pi - over 3 years
Mad Men's Matthew Weiner Discusses the Season 6 Finale Seattle Post-Intelligencer Copyright 2013 Seattle Post-Intelligencer. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Published 10:00 pm, Sunday, June 23, 2013 Read at your own risk. As the 1968 holiday season approaches, there's as much turmoil in the lives of the characters on AMC's Mad Men as there is in the real world around them. Don's wife, Megan (Jessica Paré), is finally fed up with her husband's drinking, and after he reneges on his promise to move to California, she's ready to bolt. [...] inside the agency, Peggy's (Elisabeth Moss) dreams of a new life with boss Ted (Kevin Rahm) are dashed when he decides to move to L.A., while Pete (Vincent Kartheiser) is also heading west after blowing up his life in New York. The moment where Sally looks at Don, as if now she finally understands her father, is subtle yet emotional. Much of ...
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Vincent Kartheiser Previews the ‘Mad Men’ Season Finale
Wall Street Journal - over 3 years
In advance of tonight's season finale of "Mad Men," co-star Vincent Kartheiser, who plays weaselly Pete Campbell, explains the mind of his character and the inner workings of the show.
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The End Is Near For 'Mad Men'
Huffington Post - over 3 years
NEW YORK -- Breaking up is hard to do. That is, unless you're "Mad Men," which this season has been free-and-easy in its fragmentation. By now Peggy Olson and her radical beau are splitsville. So are Pete Campbell and wife Trudy, who caught him philandering one too many times. Twice-wed Roger Sterling, currently solo, saw his knotty relationship with his mom torn asunder with her death this season, and he's alienated from his daughter and grandson. And don't forget the latest romantic entanglement of Don Draper, whose marriage to winsome Megan seemed on suicide watch as, every chance he got, he scorched the sheets with downstairs neighbor Sylvia (wife of Don's presumed friend Dr. Arnold Rosen). The only notable coming-together: the stormy merger of Sterling, Cooper, Draper and Pryce with former rival ad agency Cutler, Gleason and Chaough, which has assembled a bickering band of ad execs only slightly more collegial than either house of Congress. Is the un ...
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Maureen Ryan: Bob Benson As You've Never Seen Him
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Note: Do not read on if you have not yet seen Season 6, Episode 12 of AMC's "Mad Men," titled "The Quality of Mercy." Finally, "Mad Men" supplies an answer to the question we've all been asking: What has Glen Bishop been up to lately?! I'm kidding, obviously. The centerpiece of the episode was the revelatory scene in Bob's non-descript office -- the somehow sad space decorated with an unconvincing paper map of Michigan tacked to the wall. It turns out Bob's whole persona is about as thin and disposable as that map. Tonight, we found out that Bob -- dun-DUN-dun! -- is a big, ol' lying liar who lies. He has about as much experience with white-collar work as Roger has with sobriety, which is to say: not much. var src_url="https://spshared.5min.com/Scripts/PlayerSeed.js?playList=517823428&height=400&width=600&sid=577&origin=undefined&videoGroupID=138596&relatedNumOfResults=100&relatedMode=2&relatedBottomHeight=60&hasCompanion=true&a ...
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Brokeback 'Mad Men'?
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Who better than Vincent Kartheiser himself to explain what was going through Pete Campbell's mind as Bob Benson rubbed knees with him in "Favors," the latest episode of "Mad Men." Did Pete's uncharacteristically calm reaction mean that he might be open to spending some quality time with "Mad Men's" man of mystery? Kartheiser spoke about the episode in an interview with Vulture's Denise Martin, and offered his always-unique perspective on the scene. "This is not something that [Pete] foresaw. It’s not an ongoing issue. This is a moment that happened out of the blue, and if it’s ever happened to you, and I don’t know if it has, but if it’s ever happened to you, if someone of the same sex that you didn’t recognize had those feelings toward you, and then all of a sudden that happens, there’s just a moment where it sets in. Now, you also have to understand the reason he didn’t explode is because Bob is bigger than him and stronger than him, and Pete last season got his ass ...
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‘Mad Men’ star Vincent Kartheiser in photographers' sights
Calgary Sun - over 3 years
Actor Vincent Kartheiser has said that playing obnoxious advertising executive Pete Campbell on the mega-hit Mad Men has not affected his personal life at all.
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Danny Groner: We Appreciate Arrested Development Better Today, But We're Losing Something Else
Huffington Post - over 3 years
"The world into which the first three seasons of Arrested Development were released is dramatically different from the one we live in now," wrote Will Leitch on Vulture last week. The show that Mitch Hurwitz created a decade ago was meant to be dissected and loved, but viewers and technology weren't quite there yet. It's a detective story as much as it's a zany sitcom, and people are asked to pay attention for weird allusions and timely references. The more you spot, the better the experience viewing the show. With the release of the new season of the show on Netflix, and the hype and viewing parties happening as we speak, it's clear that many things have changed since Arrested left the air. Lots of attention has been paid to new business models for television programs, but there are other factors involved in the decision to bring it back for this swan song. When Leitch talks about the world we live in now he means one where we dress up like our favorite characters, make or ...
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Vincent Kartheiser, from 'Mad Men' to 'Pride and Prejudice' onstage
LATimes - almost 4 years
Vincent Kartheiser will swap his sharp suits for ruffles and coattails. The Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis announced that the “Mad Men” star will play Mr. Darcy in its summer production of “Pride and Prejudice.”
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Vincent Kartheiser
    THIRTIES
  • 2013
    Age 33
    In the summer of 2013, he returned to his theatrical roots in Minneapolis to portray Mr. Darcy in an adaptation of Pride and Prejudice at the Guthrie Theater.
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    Kartheiser's short film, Fruit of Labor, made its Orange County debut at the Newport Beach Film Festival in April 2013.
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    He and Bledel announced their engagement in March 2013, and were married in California in June 2014.
    More Details Hide Details They have one son. The couple sold their Brooklyn duplex penthouse for $1.32 million in May 2016. In a 2010 interview with The Observer, Kartheiser revealed that he eschewed the extravagant lifestyle of a Hollywood celebrity in favor of simple living.
  • 2012
    Age 32
    He began dating his Mad Men co-star Alexis Bledel in mid-2012.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 2009
    Age 29
    Kartheiser filmed his role as Fielding in the BBC's two-part adaptation of Martin Amis' novel Money in the winter of 2009.
    More Details Hide Details The adaptation began airing on BBC Two on May 23, 2010.
    Along with the rest of the show's cast, Kartheiser won the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series in 2009 and 2010.
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  • 2004
    Age 24
    Returning to film work, Kartheiser starred in the well-received coming-of-age drama Dandelion, which was shown at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival.
    More Details Hide Details Kartheiser played the role of ambitious young ad man Pete Campbell in the AMC television series Mad Men (2007-2015).
  • 2002
    Age 22
    Kartheiser co-starred on the supernatural drama series Angel in 2002, playing Connor, the son of the titular character, Angel.
    More Details Hide Details Appearing in a total of 28 episodes.
  • 2000
    Age 20
    Screened at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival, Crime and Punishment in Suburbia was a moody, updated take on Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment, set in a modern high school.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1998
    Age 18
    Kartheiser dated The Hairy Bird co-star, Rachael Leigh Cook, for four months in 1998.
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  • 1993
    Age 13
    He made his screen debut with a bit role in the 1993 film Untamed Heart.
    More Details Hide Details Kartheiser found himself cast in mostly family fare, including The Indian in the Cupboard (1995) and a starring role in the film Alaska (1996). The film led to Kartheiser getting the lead role in Masterminds the following year. He next portrayed Bobby, a drug-addicted, homeless street urchin in Larry Clark's Another Day in Paradise. He had two explicit sex scenes with Natasha Gregson, one of which was cut from the film in order to avoid an NC-17 rating. The film earned the young actor significant accolades, and he went on to appear in Strike! (later retitled All I Wanna Do) and Crime and Punishment in Suburbia.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1979
    Born
    Born on May 5, 1979.
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