Who is Peter Palandjian?
Peter is a earlier tennis player, a businessman and an entrepreneur, perhaps best recognized as the CEO of Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation. He was born under the zodiac sign Aquarius on February 12, 1964 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, of partial Armenian descent. As of 2022, he will be 58 years old and hold American nationality.
Early life and family
Peter’s father was Petros A. Palandjian, an Armenian immigrant from Iran who founded Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation in 1959; he sadly died of stomach cancer in 1996. His mother is Sheila Kelly Palandjian, and Peter has a sibling brother named Paul who is the general manager of Trinity Group Ltd.
If it’s about educationPeter graduated from Philips Academy Andover and enrolled at Harvard University’s Business School, where he began a varsity tennis career.
Reportedly, he was quite successful, even captaining the team twice and competing in the NCAA championships, beating Pat McEnroe. He graduated in 1986 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and American Literature.
Given his talent and athletic ability, Peter focused on his career as an a professional tennis player, achieving remarkable feats in doubles. He competed on the Challenger ATP tour, winning five doubles titles and playing with Bud Shultz, Jeff Klaparda and Luke Jensen. During his brief tennis career, he racked up victories against several well-known players, including Jay Lapidus, Ricardo Acuna, and Mark Dickson. In 1998, Peter competed in the US Pro Tennis Championship with Jim Courier, who later went on to become the world’s number 1.
In the same year he appeared at the French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open, again in the men’s doubles. In 1999, Peter played in men’s doubles at the French Open and mixed doubles at Wimbledon. Interestingly, his brother Paul also showed a talent for tennis, and both took part in the Boston Grand Prix the same year.
Despite promising prospects in doubles, Peter did not have much success in singles and in 1989 he officially retired from tennis.
After his sudden retirement, he found work as an associate at Bain & Company, the Boston-based management and consulting firm where he resided for two years.
Peter then began working as an assistant to the CEO at Staples while studying to earn his Masters of Business Administration degree from Harvard Business School. Since 1993, he has been the CEO of the Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation. Initially started as a construction company, the company manages real estate investments and provides services for domestic and foreign clients. Since its inception, the company has owned, managed and acquired more than $10 billion in real estate of all types.
Although not much is known about his dating history, he was previously married to the designer Marie-Louise Panadjian, with whom he welcomed three daughters and a son: Manon, Petros, Margot and Madelon Palandjian.
According to reports, his daughter Manon works at her father’s company as a manager, overseeing marketing and communications.
Not much information is available about his ex-wife Marie-Louise, and although she was married to a billionaire, she has managed to stay out of the public eye. The exact date of Peter and Marie-Louise’s divorce remains a mystery, as does their wedding date.
In 2016, Peter started dating the actress Eliza Dushku, whom he married in August 2018. In February 2019, the couple happily announced that they were expecting their first child, and in August of the same year, Eliza gave birth to a child they named Phillip Bourne Palandjian. In August 2021 they have welcome their second child, Bodan.
What is his net worth?
As of 2022, estimated net value is approximately $6 billion, which he earned during his career as CEO at Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation. his wife’s wealth is approximately $20 million which she has acquired through her career as an actress and producer.
Peter is 187 cm tall and weighs about 82 kg. His hair is currently medium length and gray, further adorned with brown eyes.
Peter has his own Instagram account with more than 100 followers. He is also active on Twitter and has nearly 300 followers. His wife, Eliza, is very popular on Instagram, with nearly 700,000 followers.
Briefly about Eliza Dushku
Boston-born Eliza made her movie debut played the lead role of Alice Bloom in the 1992 coming-of-age drama “That Night” at age 12.
The following year, she had a notable role in the biographical film “This Boy’s Life”, sharing the screen with Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro. Eliza continued to build her career, starring in films such as ‘True Lies’, ‘Bye Bye Love’ and ‘Journey’. In 1998, she landed one of her most notable roles, as Faith in the iconic supernatural drama series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, which ran for seven seasons. Given the show’s huge commercial success and critical acclaim, the show spawned several spin-offs, including “Angel,” in which Eliza reprized her role as Faith.
She kicked off the new millennium with several other roles in films such as “Bring It On”, “Soul Survivors” and “Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back”.
The year 2003 was very successful for Eliza, who starred in the world famous horror movie “Wrong Turn”, and also got a recurring role in the supernatural drama series “Tru Calling”.
The show ran for two seasons and was then canceled due to low ratings. Eliza went on to appear in a number of films such as “On Broadway” (2007), “Sex and Breakfast” (2007) and “Alphabet Killer” (2008). In 2009, she was cast as Caroline Farrell in the sci-fi series “Dollhouse”. This show also failed to achieve the success of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, and was canceled due to mixed reviews and disappointingly low ratings.
Over the years, she appeared in several popular TV series and movies, including “The Big Bang Theory”, “Open Graves” and “Locked In”. In 2013, she moved from her usual roles and began to voice Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk on the animated series “Hulk and the Agents of SMASH” and “Ultimate Spider-Man”.
After lending her voice to Lipstick Lesbian in the animated film “Jay & Silent Bob’s Super Groovy Cartoon Movie,” Eliza starred in “The Scribbler” (2014), “Jane Wants a Boyfriend” (2015) and “Eloise” (2016) . Her last roles were in 2017, starring in three episodes of the legal drama “Bull”, and the made-for-TV action movie “The Saint”, co-starring James Remar and Adam Rayner.
In addition to her prolific acting career, she has also been a subject of numerous media outlets for various reasons. Eliza is a philanthropist and activist and has been involved in several charities, causes and organizations over the years, including the THRIVE-Gulu organization, which helps survivors of war.
In 2018, she publicly accused stunt co-ordinator Joel Kramer of sexual assault while they were working on the 1993 film “True Lies.” In 2019, she received a $9.5 million settlement after informing producers about Michael Weatherly’s inappropriate behavior on the set of the TV series “Bull”.