Peter ‘Finn’ Wittrock is an American actor and screenwriter mostly known for his roles in Twelve, Halloweentown High, The Normal Heart, Noah, and Unbroken.
Finn was born on October 28, 1984, in Lenox, Massachusetts, to Kate Claire Crowley, a professor at the University of Southern California, and Peter L. Wittrock Sr., an actor. He belongs to American nationality and White ethnicity.
Finn spent most of his childhood in Shakespeare & Company, where his father used to work along with his brother Dylan. He attended the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts and later joined The Juilliard School from where he graduated in 2008 with a Bachelor degree in Fine Arts.
In 2003, Finn appeared in a police procedural series Cold Case as Eric Whitney and in medical drama ER. In 2004, he made his appearance in CSI: Miami as Chad Van Horn and starred in the movie Halloweentown High as Cody Trainer, opposite Kimberly J. Brown, Debbie Reynolds, Joey Zimmerman, and Judith Hoag.
In 2008, Finn portrayed the role of Romeo in the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s production of Romeo and Juliet and in Candida as Eugene Marchbanks at the Berkshire Theatre Festival.
His other theatre credits are The Illusion as Calisto (2011), Sweet Bird of Youth as Chance Wayne (2012), The Guardsman (2013), Othello as Michael Cassio (2016). For his performance in Death of a Salesman (2012) opposite Philip Seymour Hoffman, he won Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play, Theatre World Award, Clarence Derwent Award for Most Promising Male Performer.
In 2012, Finn appeared in Criminal Minds as Harvey Morell for the True Genius alongside Jason Gideon, Aaron Hotchner, Derek Morgan, and Spencer Reid. He also guests starred in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Cameron Tyler, and Masters of Sex as Dale.
In 2014, he starred in the television film The Normal Heart alongside Mark Ruffalo, Matt Bomer, Taylor Kitsch, Alfred Molina, and Julia Roberts. The same year, he starred in American horror story: Freaks show as Dandy Mott. For his performance in the show, he was nominated for Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a movie.
He has appeared in many other TV shows which include All My Children as Damon Miller (2009 to 11), Harry’s Law as Jimmy Cormack (2012), Deadbeat as Max (2015), American Horror Story: Hotel as Tristan Duffy and Rudolph Valentino, and in American Horror Story: Roanoke a Jether Polk. His most recent TV show is as Jeffrey Trail in The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story. The actor appeared in the show in five episodes (2018).
In 2014, Finn starred in two films, Winter’s Tale and Noah. Finn co-starred in the Adam McKay’s drama film The Big Short in 2015. He also appeared in La La Land as Greg Earnest alongside Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, John Legend, Jessica Rothe, Sonoya Mizuno, and J.k Simmons.
In 2018, he starred in A Futile and Stupid Gesture as Tim Matheson along with Will Forte, Domhnall Gleeson, Neil Casey, Thomas Lennon, Paul Rudd, Joe Lo Truglio, and Matt Lucas. His upcoming movie If Beale Street Could Talk is in its post-production whereas he is currently filming biopic Judy.
Finn is a very private person and doesn’t open much about his personal life. He is married to his longtime girlfriend Sarah Roberts. The couple got married in a private ceremony on October 18, 2014. The couple first met in Juilliard School and were a college sweetheart. Sarah likes to stay away from the spotlight and works for designer Juan Carlos Obando.
They haven’t shown any signs of having children any time soon. Besides this, there is not much information about Finns’ affairs, relationship, girlfriend, and divorce.
Finn stands 5 feet 11 inches tall and his age is 33-year-old. Finn is also a member of the Mechanicals Theatre Group in Los Angeles. Although Finn’s salary is under review, his net worth is estimated to be around $5 million.
Finn is active on Twitter since 2013 with 128k followers. Likewise, he is also active on Facebook and has over 428k followers on Instagram.