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Pete Banich
‘The Compassionate Brute’
Actor

Born: Peter Gerard Banich, Jersey City, NJ, March 27, 1943

The Nose
Pete Banich in 'The Nose' (breakfast)
Digital 3D sculpture/painting, glossy archival C-print on plexi and aluminum, 15x20" / 38x51 cm, 2011
Scene #15 from a series of 34 stills
Edition 3 (+ 1AP)


The Nose
Pete Banich in 'The Nose' (breakfast)
Digital 3D sculpture/painting, glossy archival C-print on plexi and aluminum, 15x20" / 38x51 cm, 2011
Scene #11 from a series of 34 stills
Edition 3 (+ 1AP)


The Nose
'The Nose' (breakfast)
Digital 3D sculpture/painting, glossy archival C-print on plexi and aluminum, 15x20" / 38x51 cm, 2011
Scene #14 from a series of 34 stills
Edition 3 (+ 1AP)


The Nose
'The Nose' (poster)
Digital 3D drawing, archival C-print, 65x90 cm, 2015
Graphic design: Liesbeth Nieuwenweg
Edition 3 (+ 1 AP)

Moneymongers
Michael Okada and Pete Banich in 'The Moneymongers' (poster)
Digital 3D drawing, archival C-print, 40x30" / 102x76 cm, 2015
Graphic design: Liesbeth Nieuwenweg
Edition 3 (+ 1AP)

Pete Banich first became known in a series of films opposite the great Marian Xiao in the mid-sixties: Medina, Queen of Evil (1965) and Nutruk, The Hunched Urchin (1966). One of his most recent films is The Nose (2011), based on the story by Gogol, opposite Roy Rebergen. The rest of his life and career is still in development.

More stills of Pete Banich in The Nose: visit The Nose page.

Selected Filmography
(in development)
1965: Medina, Queen of Evil
1966: Nutruk, The Hunched Urchin
1967: Crossing The Line Into The Danger Zone
1969: A View From The Bridge
1972: Fatal Maneuver
2011: The Nose
2015: The Moneymongers