Suspect Boulevard with Peter Arpesella

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Suspect Boulevard with Peter Arpesella



Actor and Author Peter Arpesella returns for our 3rd Diabetes Mystery Theater podcast entitled ‘Suspect Boulevard” on Tuesday, September 13, 2016, 6-7 PM, EST.

Peter plays the character ‘Nigel Lowenwirth’ who is the manipulative personal secretary to Best-Selling Author Marjorie Melbourne Blaze.

Peter accomplished something quite unique with his wonderful novel, “GOOD LIKE THIS, A NOVEL.” He has managed to not only write a compelling book with believable characters, he has also educated the reader about Type 1 Diabetes in an fascinating way. “GOOD LIKE THIS, A Novel,” is about an ambitious investment banker and his successful artist wife live the spectacular American life, until the wall of their secrets comes crumbling down. During a passionate escapade he discovers her secret drug addiction and when he receives the career offer of a lifetime he has to face his demons about his raging health condition, before he loses his life and the trust of their beloved daughter. The New York City Marathon becomes the unexpected backdrop for the riveting finale and this family’s new bright life about to begin.

See why people are raving about this book! 
“Has the pace of a thriller” ”Extremely entertaining” “Unfolds like a film” “Compelling” “Sexy, smart” “What a ride!”
This fast paced story about love, passion and self-discovery is based on an award-winning screenplay by the author (winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the New York International Film Festival).

Never before in fiction a protagonist with type 1 diabetes goes from victim to hero, not in spite of it, but because of it. Even though the story dives into the dichotomy and similarities of two people one with an addiction and one with a disease, GOOD LIKE THIS is first and above all a story about people, their flaws, their power and their transformation. GOOD LIKE THIS has been called “A mesmerizing story with universal appeal.” Because in life it’s not what we have that counts, but what we do with it.

Peter will be seen in the upcoming film “Live By Night,” written/starring/directed by Ben Affleck, slated to hit the theaters late in 2016.

Winner of the Best Actor award at the Route66 Film Festival, and winner of the Distinctive Achievement Award at the Wild Rose Independent Film Festival for his role in the multi-award winning “Into The Silent Sea.” Screen Shot 2016-01-01 at 5.28.52 PM

He was featured in the award wining show Mad Men,” (season 6 “Collaborators) where he worked with Jon Hamm, Linda Cardellini and Brian Markinson, directed by Jon Hamm.

Peter plays the lead role of Father Luca in “The Listening Box,” winner of the DGA Diversity Jury Prize Award 2015.

He plays Markus in “KARA – An Unofficial Star Wars Film.”

He joined the cast of “Think Like A Man” (Screen Gems), based on Steve Harvey’s best selling book, “Act Like A Woman Think Like A Man.” He worked under the skillful direction of Tim Story (Barbershop, Fantastic Four) with Jerry Ferrara (Entourage) and Gabrielle Union (FlashForward, Bad Boys II).

Prolific Voice Over and Dubbing actor, Peter’s credits include the video game Assassins Creed 2: Brotherhood”, “Assassins Creed Final Episode” where he also coached lead actor Roger Craig Smith for his Italian accent, Dreamworks Animation “Madagascar 3 and Roberto Benigni’s Oscar winning “Life Is Beautiful.”

He co-stars in the acclaimed and award winning web series Karma’s A B*tch selected as Best of Web on Virgin America.

BUY NOW: Good Like This by Peter Arpesella

sussy.001DON’T MISS: Suspect Boulevard on Tuesday, September 13, 2016, 6-7 PM, EST. The happy healthcare host, Mr. Divabetic stars in our 3rd Annual Diabetes Mystery Theater podcast loosely based on Billy Wilder’s film, “Sunset Boulevard”. This year’s caper involves dogs, dementia, diamonds and diabetes! Guests include Peter Arpesella, Catherine Schuller, Tonya Kappes, Asha Brown, Patricia Addie-Gentle RN, CDE, Susan Weiner RD, CDE, Mama Rose Marie and Poet Lorraine Brooks TUNE IN



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