Peter Robbins, the man who “hid” behind the character of “Charlie Brown” of the Peanuts of the 60s ended his life at the age of 65 years.
THE actor, as reported by foreign media, committed suicide last week while the news seems to have been confirmed by his family on Tuesday who asked them to respect their mourning while they will announce when his funeral will take place.
The actor was struggling with bipolar disorder and his drug addiction, while he was briefly imprisoned for threatening others. People close to him claim that the purpose of his life was to help people who were experiencing similar conditions.
Peter Robbins was born on August 10, 1956 in Los Angeles. He started lending his voice to Snoopy’s friend with the round face, Charlie Brown, in 1963. In addition to his favorite Peanuts, the actor starred in the 1968 comedy Blondie and starred in series such as: Rawhide, The Musters, The Dona Reed Show , F Troop, Get Smart and My Three Sons.
In 1972 the actor took a break from acting and worked as a DJ in Palm Strings.