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Peter Hooten (born November 29, 1950 as John Peter Hooten in Clermont, Florida); is an American actor and producer.[1]

Hooten attended Ithaca College in upstate New York. His first TV role was a 1969 appearance on the TV drama Marcus Welby, M.D.. Later, he played the title character in the 1978 TV film Dr. Strange and appeared as a guest star in The Waltons, Mod Squad and Mannix.

After 16 years in New York City, and some time in Connecticut, Hooten moved to St. Augustine, Florida.[2] He was in a relationship with poet James Merrill, his partner from 1983 until Merrill's death in 1995. The Inner Room is a collection of poetry by Merrill published in 1988. It is dedicated to Hooten. Includes the celebrated cycle of poems called Prose of Departure, which describes a visit to Japan while a friend in New York City is dying of AIDS. The Changing Light at Sandover is a 560-page epic poem by Merrill: sometimes described as a postmodern apocalyptic epic, the poem was published in three volumes from 1976 to 1980, and as one volume "with a new coda" by Atheneum; Merrill and Hooten adapted the poem for a live ensemble reading at the Agassiz Theatre at Radcliffe College in 1990, a performance filmed and released as Voices from Sandover.

As of 2009, Hooten lived in a 1924 Indian Beach cottage in Sarasota, Florida.[2]


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