Peter Tork was one of the two musicians, that was the Monkees.
Peter, dead pan looks and quietness gained him the part of the silly/dumb one. Also playing many instruments, he was most likely the most talented musically.
Peter Tork is a recovering alcoholic.
In 1994, Peter Tork produced his own album called Stranger Things Have Happened.
Peter Tork was home schooled as a child.
In 1986, Peter Tork rejoined the rest of The Monkees for a 20th anniversary reunion tour.
Peter Tork was the executive producer of Hey, Hey, It's the Monkees.
Peter Tork was in 56 episodes of The Monkees. He also recorded six albums with them.
Before Peter Tork joined The Monkees, he played folk music in New York's Village and Los Angeles.
Peter Tork's grandmother ran his fan club.
Peter Tork was the first Monkee to play an instrument on one of their records.
Peter Tork can play twelve different instruments.
Peter Tork has worked as a singing waiter.
In the late 70's, Peter Tork coached baseball and taught Algebra at a private school.
Peter Tork is a vegetarian.
Peter Tork has been married four times.
Peter Tork has two daughters and one son.
Peter Tork played his last concert with The Monkees on August 31, 2001.
Peter Tork made $450 per episode on The Monkees.
Peter Tork is 5'10" tall.
Peter's character in the series was based loosley on Ringo Starr.
Peter directed one of the episodes under his real name, Peter H. Thorkelson, the epiosde in question is "Monkees Mind Their Manor."
Was the first of the Monkees to quit the group.
Peter was the first Monkee to actually get to play on a Monkees song: Michael Nesmith's "Papa Gene's Blues," from their self-titled debut.
Peter Tork: I don't believe in 'My country right or wrong'. My country wrong needs my help.
Peter Tork: The longest I've ever gone without playing (guitar) is two or three days. It keeps me going.
Peter Tork: You should be a hero to yourself. And if you're not... check it out.