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Peter Horton

Peter Horton



United States

Age: 68

Born: 20 Aug, 1953

Known for

In Brimstone as Ezekiel Stoneas Ezekiel Stone

in Brimstone
In thirtysomething as Gary Shepherdas Gary Shepherd

in thirtysomething
In Seven Brides for Seven Brothers as Crane McFaddenas Crane McFadden

in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

TV Series Starring Peter Horton

BrimstoneBrimstone
FOX, 1998 | Drama, Action, Adventure, Crime
Rating: 3.6/5

Ezekiel Stone (Peter Horton) was a police detective, and a good one. But fifteen years ago his wife Rosalyn was raped by Gilbert Jax. Stone sought revenge and killed Jax, making it look like a drug overdose. Two months later, Stone was shot during a robbery ... and died.


thirtysomethingthirtysomething
ABC, 1987 | Drama, Romance
Rating: 4/5

Hope and Michael are a married couple in their thirties, living in Philadelphia, and struggling with everyday adult angst.


Seven Brides for Seven BrothersSeven Brides for Seven Brothers
CBS, 1982 | Drama, Adventure
Rating: 5/5

The series told the adventures of a parentless family of rowdy brothers trying to run the family ranch in northern California. Into the chaos came feisty Hannah, who married Adam and took on the task of bringing order to the household. The series contained about one musical number per episode, written by notable songwriter Jimmy Webb. Despite a small but dedicated fan following, the series was cancelled after one season. It was created after the 1954 Hollywood film Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.