Born and raised in Houston, Texas, the USA, Peter Cambor is an inspiration to all the people who want to pursue their career in acting. He is famous for her role Nate Getz on the series NCIS: Los Angeles and his performance in the movie Alice Jacobs is Dead. Similarly, he is also popular for his recurring roles in Note from Underbelly, Wedding Band, and the Showtime series Roadies as well.
Peter Cambor was born 0n September 28, 1978, in Houston, Texas, the USA under the constellation sign, Libra. He holds American nationality and belongs to the White-American ethnicity.
Talking about his education, he went to the Deerfield Academy and later, attended Wesleyan University. Then, Cambor received a BA degree in English in the year 2001.
After that, from the American Repertory Theater’s Institute for Advanced Theater Training, he earned MFA.
Peter Cambor at the age of 40 seems single as of 2019. He prefers living a low profile life and due to the lack of information, the details about his girlfriend or his wife is not available so, it makes his fan more curious to know about his personal life.
Prior, he was linked to co-star Jennifer Westfeldt from the TV series NCIS: Los Angeles. They were spotted together many times, however, they never really confirmed their relationship rumor.
All in all, as of 2019, it seems that Peter is quite busy building his acting career rather than giving attention to his private life and love affairs.
The 6 feet 5 inches tall actor Peter Cambor has a net worth of $500,000 which is equal to singer Christofer Drew. From his acting career, he earns over $1 million per year. He earned $30k plus per episode from the Netflix as the stars of Netflix receives over $30k for each episode. In addition, As per the Instagrammer, Peter earns between $76.5 to $127.5 per sponsor post.
Peter first started his career, working in Los Angeles production of The Cherry Orchard, Cambor worked with the actors such as Annette Bening and Alfred Molina. After a few years of struggle, Cambor appeared in the lead role on Notes from the Underbelly and his career took. Later, he landed in the recurring role NCIS: Los Angeles and Suits. Similarly, in 2018, he appeared in the movie Forever My Girl.