Peter will make his directorial debut, directing a movie starring Vince Vaughn and Jon Favreau, probably coming out in 2009
In the late 1980s Peter took a break from show business to attend Phoenix College.
Peter's very first acting role was in a Geritol commercial.
Peter passed his California High School Proficiency Exam at the age of fourteen.
Peter appeared in Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show as a surprise guest.
A Christmas Story 20th Anniversary Celebration took place at Edwards Big Newport Cinema in Orange County, California took place on November 30, 2003 where Peter went and met some fans.
Peter often works with Jon Favreau, Jamie Harris, and Tom Morello.
When Peter was eleven he had already acted in one hundred twenty TV commercials, two films, two TV movies, and three TV shows.
There was an article about Peter in the December 22nd 2001 issue of TV Guide titled Everybody Loves Ralphie.
Peter's first TV role was on the show Little House On The Prairie.
Peter released a CD entitled Christmas Stories...Christmas Songs in 1999.
Peter wrote the introduction to the 1994 autobiography Dreamer.
Peter is the son Alwin Michaelsen and Gail Billingsley.
Peter has been nominated four times for a Young Artist award and has won only one time out of the four.
Peter's first movie role was in the movie If I Ever See You Again.
Peter is the great-grandnephew of Sherman Billingsley
Peter appepared in the Hershey's Chocolate Syrup commercials as Messy Marvin.
Peter was the national spokesman for President Ronald Reagan's Young Astronaut Council.
Peter became friends with Vince Vaughn when they starred in an After School Special together.
Peter was number 63 on VH1's 100 Greatest Kid Stars.
Peter is executive producer on the upcoming movie, The Break Up, which stars his pal, Vince Vaughn. Peter also has a small part in the movie.
Peter is now a movie and television show producer. He is co-executive producer on the Emmy-nominated IFC show, Dinner For Five.
(about doing 120 TV commercials)
Peter: After about 100 you lose count.