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Vincent Kartheiser is an American actor of television and film. He is best known for his starring role as Pete Campbell on the AMC period drama series Mad Men (2007–2015) and as Connor on The WB television series Angel (2002–2004). For his work on Mad Men, he earned six Screen Actors Guild Award nominations for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series and won twice along with the cast. His other well-known television credits include Saints & Strangers, Casual, Genius, and The Path. He has also done voice work in The Cleveland Show, Axe Cop, and High School USA!. He has also appeared in the films A Kind of Murder, In Time, Elektra Luxx, Day Out of Days, The Most Hated Woman in America, My Friend Dahmer, and Most Likely to Murder. Born Vincent Paul Kartheiser on May 5, 1979 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, to Janet Marie Gruye and James Ralph Kartheiser, he is the youngest of six children, with four sisters, Andrea, Colette, Elise, and Theresa and a brother, Nathan. He studied at Apple Valley High School in Minnesota. He started acting on the stage at the age of six at the Children’s Theatre Company in the city of Minneapolis and made his screen debut in the 1993 romantic movie Untamed Heart. In 2012, Kartheiser began dating his Mad Men co-star Alexis Bledel. They announced their engagement in March 2013 and married in California, in June 2014. They have a son together.

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Height: 5′8″ (173 cm)
Weight: 154 pounds (70 kg)
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Quotes

I’ve never been monogamous. It might happen, but it never has yet. I don’t understand women, I’m off that kick.

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Storytelling is the important thing.

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I was, aged nine, the go-to kid in Minneapolis for a commercial voiceover.

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And when I was a kid being an actor was not cool. I’m thirty now and when I was a kid in the 80s that wasn’t a cool thing to be.

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I’ve worked with actors before where I was like, this is not working, and then I’ve seen their work on the screen and I’ve been like, Wow, that was a really great performance. Because there are a lot of elements with film. It’s not like stage. It’s not a kind of performance art anymore; it’s a highly tuned kind of collaboration – a symphony.

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