With Peter unseen (as in voiceovers or radio adverts), his voice is strongly reminiscent of that of Henry Fonda.
Along with Glenn Close, he narrarated the opening ceremony of the 2002 Winter Olympics in Utah.
Before becoming an actor at the age of 39, Peter Coyote spent 15 years in the counter-culture of the 60's. Coyote wrote a memoir of that time called "Sleeping Where I Fall." It has sold 5 hardback printings and is in its second paperback edition. "Carla's Story" a chapter from the book, won the Pushcart Prize for Excellence in Non-Fiction in 1993/1994.
Peter Coyote's Scores
|E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial||Jun 11, 1982||Keys||8.2|
|Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room||Apr 22, 2005||Narrator||8.4|
|Commune||Nov 3, 2006||Himself||8.0|
|Strange Culture||Oct 5, 2007||Himself||9.0|
|Here||Apr 13, 2012||Storyteller||4.3|
|Bon voyage||Mar 19, 2004||Alex Winckler||7.5|
|Northfork||Jul 11, 2003||Eddie||5.1|
|Good Kill||May 15, 2015||Langley||6.2|