Peter Lupus is an American actor and bodybuilder.
Although he has appeared in several TV and film roles, his role in Mission Impossible has made him a household name.
So what is Peter Lupus’ story, and what are the details of his life?
|Full Name||Peter Nash Lupus Jr.|
|Nick Name||Peter Lupus, Rock Stevens|
|Date of Birth||June 17, 1932|
|Birth Place||Indianapolis, Indiana|
|Birth Country||United States of America|
|Race/ Ethnicity||White/ Mixed|
|Father’s Name||Peter Nash Lupus Sr.|
|Mother’s Name||Mary Irene Lambert|
|Age||90 Years Old|
|Height||6 feet 4 inches or 1.93m|
|Awards||Golden Globe Award|
|College||Jordan College of Fine Arts at Butler University|
|Marital Status||Married (1960)|
|Spouse||Sharon M. Hilderbrand (actress)|
|Children||Peter Lupus III (son)|
|Net Worth||$1 million to $5 million|
Peter Lupus’ Biography and Early Life
Peter Lupus was born on June 17, 1932, in Indianapolis, Indiana, to Mary Irene Lambert and Peter Nash Lupus.
Peter grew up hoping to become a bodybuilder, but he enrolled in college anyway and joined the Jordan College of Fine Arts at Butler University.
There, he played basketball and football and eventually graduated in 1954.
Working with his hands is how Peter got his start as an actor.
Personal Life of Peter Lupus
Peter is a successful and well-known Hollywood actor. He has worked in a variety of movies and has a beautiful wife named Sharon Hildebrand.
Sharon is also an actress, but they didn’t meet in the entertainment industry. The couple met in a gym in Indianapolis.
Peter and Sharon married in the early 1960s and have a son, Peter Lupus III, who is also an actor and editor.
Peter and Sharon are a happy and loving family and have been living a comfortable life ever since.
Unlike the actor Peter, Sharon keeps herself away from the media.
His son, Lupus III, is an actor, editor, and director known for his work in an array of genres.
He has appeared in several projects, including American Streetfighter, Curse of the Forty-Niner, The Strange Case of Dr. Jeky, Mr. Hyde, and many more that break traditional storylines.
The Career of Peter Lupus
Peter is an American hunk and a bodybuilder who has gained fame in the film and TV industry.
He started his career as an actor, and his performances in the films and TV series Muscle Beach Party and Hercules and the Tyrants of Babylon made him a household name.
His other notable TV series include Police Squad! and Spy Game.
But the long-running series Mission: Impossible made him a household name and gained him a lot of fame.
He had a recurring role in the hit TV series for nearly its entire run, but the producers decided to eliminate him midway through season five. This decision created quite a commotion among fans and industry insiders.
Apart from acting and TV series, Lupus has also been a bodybuilder and has won several bodybuilding titles. He posed full-frontal nudity for the magazine Playgirl in 1974, leading to many issues for him.
However, his boldness and talent have never failed to capture the hearts of his fans.
Peter Lupus in His Bodybuilding Days
Peter was a bodybuilder and fitness model of the late 20th and early 21st centuries.
He started working out at a young age and participated in many bodybuilding competitions throughout his teenage and young adulthood.
He was eventually famous for his bodybuilder physique and his appearances in the “sword and sandal” films of the 1990s.
Peter Lupus Breaking Records
Peter was a man of many accomplishments. He was a sheriff’s volunteer posse member and a spokesman for a vitamin company, and his 70th birthday set a world weightlifting record.
Peter broke his record five years later, and in 2007 he became the oldest person to sail solo worldwide.
Peter is in his 70s, but he’s already made a name for himself as a legend in weightlifting, setting, and breaking personal records.
On his 70th birthday, he lifted 76,280 pounds in 24 minutes.
He managed to beat his own record again five years later, in July 2007, when he lifted 77,560 pounds for almost 24 minutes.
Peter Lupus’ Net Worth
Peter has earned a strong reputation as an actor and fitness enthusiast. In fact, during his career, Lupus has been paid handsomely to appear in commercials, adverts, or photo shoots.
Lupus is said to have amassed a fortune between $1 million to $5 million.
This actor is famous, and so is his autograph, which is worth a lot of money. His autograph on letters, pictures, contracts, postcards, etc., is globally renowned and has a sale price of more than $100 each.
The autographs on the letterhead of the vitamin company he founded are selling for $200 each.