Peter Vack is an American actor and voice artist best known for his starring role as Jason Strider in the short-lived comedy-drama television series I Just Want My Pants Back, from 2011-2012.
New York actor Vack has worked consistently in theatre, film and television since the age of nine. He starred in the independent feature film Consent, which was written and directed by his father, Ron Farrar Brown.
Additional film credits include Dear Diary, A Perfect Fit and The Treatment. He can also be seen in the indie film, I Believe in Unicorns opposite Julia Garner.
The film, from the producers of Frozen River, tells the story of an awkward teenage girl who escapes to a fantasy world when her first romantic relationship turns violent.
He voiced the role of Gary Smith in the 2006 video game Bully and played the fourth incarnation of Casey Hughes in the soap opera As The World Turns, in 2004.
Vack is a founding member of The Casitas Group theatre company and also the co-founder of Shakespeare on the Subway, a guerilla theatre project that has been featured on NPR, Inside Edition and The New York Post.