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Peter Baldwin, who started as an actor and went on to turn a inclusive TV director, died on Sunday in Pebble Beach, California. He was 86.
Peter took his final exhale during his home in Pebble Beach, California, his son, Drew Baldwin, CEO of Tubefilter and creator and executive writer of a Streamy Awards, informed, according to a Hollywood Reporter.
Peter won a Primetime Emmy Award for directing The Wonder Years and a Cable ACE Award for Dream On.
He started his tour behind a camera in Italy when he served as an partner executive underneath a mythological Vittorio De Sica on Woman Times Seven (1967) and A Place for Lovers (1968), that he also co-wrote.
After he returned to a U.S., writer Sheldon Leonard hired him to work on The Dick Van Dyke Show starting in 1964, rising his career as a TV director.
He returned to a U.S. and was hired by ‘Dick Van Dyke Show’ writer Sheldon Leonard. He went on to approach hundreds of episodes of renouned shows including The Andy Griffith Show, The Partridge Family, Mary Tyler Moore and many more.
He also destined comedy underline film Meet Wally Sparks starring Rodney Dangerfield and constructed a HBO film “As Summers Die” starring Bette Davis, Jamie Leigh Curtis, and Scott Glenn.
After timid to Pebble Beach, he served on a house of a Pacific Repertory Theater in Carmel-By-The-Sea. He is survived by his wife, Terry, son Drew Baldwin (creator of a Streamy Awards), daughters Amy Anderson and Eleonora Baldwin, 5 grandchildren, and 3 great-grandchildren.