Peter Fonda is the son of Henry Fonda, the brother of Jane Fonda and the father of Bridget Fonda. After a few years acting on the stage, Peter started in the movies in 1962. After several small parts in Hollywood movies, he teamed with Dennis Hopper and produced and starred in “Easy Rider” (1969, with Jack Nicholson), a counter-culture classic that made Fonda a star. During the 1970s he appeared in movies such as “Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry” and “Wanda Nevada” (which he also directed). In 1999 he was nominated for an Oscar for his performance as a beekeeper in “Ulee’s Gold” (co-starring Jessica Biel). His other films include “Wanda Nevada” (1979), “The Limey” (1999, directed by Steven Soderbergh) and “Thomas and the Magic Railroad” (2000, starring Alec Baldwin).