A year later co-starred with Jennie Garth in An Unfinished Affair and it was as if fate had joined the, Jennie and Peter were married and now have three daughters. Facinelli’s big break came in the TV drama Fastlane (2002-2003), in which he played the title role of Van Ray.
It was praised in his next TV series was Six Feet Under, and ARC, independent films before being elected as Dr. Carlisle Cullen in Twilight Saga L for the first time in 2008. Since then he has been a whirlwind for Facinelli, but he stays grounded with the help of her four girls at home.
DA Man: We read that you went to drama school and had teachers like William H. Macy as a teacher. That must have been incredible. How was that?
Peter Facinelli: William H. Macy was a visiting professor and brought to the conferences over Felicity Huffman. I was like a young actor who was looking for these people, who have done a job of prestige and was very inspiring.
DA MAN: How has your life changed after starring in the Twilight saga?
Peter Facinelli: My life has not changed much, was much busier!
DA MAN: There have been stories of vampires and werewolves for decades (even centuries) in the literature, on television and the movies you’ve been as popular as Twilight. As a connoisseur of this Have you ever tried to analyze why there is such great popularity with Twilight?
Peter Facinelli: Not really, I’m just ecstatic about how much the fans have embraced the series. I was a fan of the series as well. When I read the first book, Twilight, was the story of Romeo and Juliet with a backdrop of vampires. The vampire world is secondary to the emotional core of the story.
DA MAN: Before you begin your own journey had you read the books of Stephenie Meyer?
Peter Facinelli: I had not read Twilight until I had it to do for the role. I read the book just before meeting with [director] Catherine Hardwicke and audition for the role.
DA MAN: What has been the craziest scene or harder for you and why?
Peter Facinelli: The most difficult scene was the scene of the suture in New Moon, because I had to learn to sew and really had someone to do the stitches. The day we were shooting the scene, I realized I had to take my [color] contact lenses and I could not see. It is very difficult to sew with limited vision.
DA MAN: As an established writer When did you realize that enjoys writing scripts and your own stories?
Peter Facinelli: Probably in my mid twenties. I was reading many scripts to read but was not really passionate ellos.Pensé if these were not already, maybe I could tell a story that fascinated me and I began to write screenplays.
DA MAN: Given his hectic schedule now with activities related to the Twilight series and television show Nurse Jackie, How is the time to write?
Peter Facinelli: I write a lot at night, I feel that my creative process works very well at night. After a long day, I’ll be in bed and I’ll just start writing until my fingers get tired. During the day, I’m thinking I’m going to write. Much of my creative energy is stored during the day and then basically go out and write itself.
DA MAN: Can you tell some of his upcoming projects as writer / producer? Peter Facinelli: I have a movie called Loosies enero.Hicimos be released in a pre-theatrical release for video On Demand from November 9. The film stars Jamie Alexander as my love sought, Vincent Gallo, Michael Madsen and Joe Pantoliano.
DA MAN: Aside from the mature and sensible portray Dr. Carlisle Cullen, also in the series Nurse Jackie makes Dr. Fitch Cooper opposite Do you find it difficult to switch between two completely different characters?
Peter Facinelli: No, I think it is fun to be able to switch on the fly. The last 3 Twilight movies I’ve filmed at the same time with Nurse Jackie. It was fun for me to be on one side making a character and then get on a plane, three or four days later and do another. It’s exciting for me to switch between them.
DA MAN: Do you have mixed the personality of a character with another in a project?
Peter Facinelli: No, because all the characters I’ve played have been very different that does not really affect each other.
DA MAN: Out of all the Twilight franchise, What is favorite movie and why?
Peter Facinelli: Well, it’s a bit hard to say, but I like Eclipse because I had to do a lot of action scenes. I will keep my mind up after seeing Breaking Dawn 2 ..
DA MAN: Do you have a personal model to follow or someone you look up as an actor? Peter Facinelli: I was always a big fan of Paul Newman and Robert Redford in my growth. Who inspired me to become an actor. I’m a fan of Sean Penn and Johnny Depp. I like the way Johnny Depp how to change your gears and plays different characters so well and that’s what I try to do.
DA MAN: Of all the years of operation, What you say has been your favorite role and why?
Peter Facinelli: It’s hard for me to choose a favorite part because I’ve always been passionate about the characters I’m playing while I’m playing. I’ve always been keen on the journey to work, because I get to represent characters are so exciting. Choosing a favorite is like asking me to choose which of my daughters is my favorite.
DA MAN: How do you measure success? With more fans, more headlines, more money, more recognition of their peers, family, friends? Or something completely different? Peter Facinelli: if a project is successful or not is beyond my control, and if a project has fans is beyond my control. Success to me is the longevity and recognition from my peers is always a plus. DA MAN: Were you a fan of the movies when you were young? Peter Facinelli: I was not a big movie buff, but there are definitely movies that inspired me. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid is the reason I started acting. I saw and thought, ‘the two boys are having fun, I want to do that. “
DA MAN: What’s the last thing you like to work at least in show business? Or something that you regret? Peter Facinelli: I’m not a big fan of the paparazzi. I think there’s a time and place for photos to be taken. When people jump from the bushes and try to take pictures of you in places that are not trying to promote a project, it seems very invasive. I still do not understand why people want to see pictures of me getting off a plane.
DA MAN: What was it that you like working in show business?
Peter Facinelli: I feel very fortunate to be able to do what I like and be able to get a salary for it.