Peter Saide Wiki
Peter Saide, a renowned Australian actor who had been based in New York City since 2006, has died at the age of 36. On February 27, Saide’s friends began to mourn the actor in various posts on Facebook.
On Feb14th Peter posted a Photo on Instagram and wrote “I’m afraid to say that I’m usually as much of a killjoy about Valentine’s Day as I am about Christmas. This year, however, I really need to tell you about the woman I love.”
Then, he added “The last two weeks have been the hardest of my life so far. No hyperbole. More doctors and nurses and hospital rooms than you can count on all of your fingers and useless toes. The rest of that story is for later.”
“Shelby has been a pillar. She has become Gunnar’s caregiver, the disseminator of information to my group of closest friends here and to a very concerned family she has never met, on the other side of the planet. She has balanced her work with my endless logistics, literally accepted responsibility for my life and somehow managed a series of successful auditions in the meantime.”
“Somehow, with all of this on her plate, every time I open my eyes she’s there. Sitting quietly, smiling and holding my hand. She has never, for a moment, shown weakness or any sign of complaint. It’s one of the greatest acts of love I’ve received in my lifetime. I am completely humbled and unspeakably grateful. I lay in awe of this beautiful, powerful, kind woman. And I want to celebrate her @skputlak on Valentine’s Day. I adore her.”
Peter Saide Age
He was 27 years old.
Peter Saide Wife
He married once and in 2012 he divorced his wife, but there is not much information about it. Certainly, he was in a relationship with his girlfriend Shelby Putlak and on February 14 he paid a beautiful tribute to his girlfriend.
Peter Saide Career
In 2010, Saide played the role of Bob Gaudio in “Jersey Boys” in Las Vegas. Saide said in an interview about the program that he went to see him for the first time in 2007, shortly after moving to New York City. Saide said that when he watched the show, he didn’t think there was ever a part for him. Saide continued: “The Jersey Boys organization saw things in me that I didn’t even know were there. From an audition they knew me better artistically than myself. I am amazed at the synergy that I find between me, the character of Bob and Bob, the person real “. Saide told the Sydney Morning Herald that he learned that he got the role in “Jersey Boys” shortly after receiving his Green Card.
Saide’s last performance came in the fall of 2019 when he was part of the cast of “The Last Days of Summer” in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Saide’s first professional role came in 2008 when he performed in a version of “Cinderella” in Manila in the Philippines. During his career, Saide appeared in famed shows such as “Mamma Mia,” “Oklahoma” and “Beauty and the Beast.”
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