Since his role as "Captain America" in EASY RIDER, Peter Fonda has been a two-time Academy Award® nominee, Fonda made his professional stage debut on Broadway in 1961 in "Blood, Sweat and Stanley Poole," for which he received rave reviews from the New York Critics, and won the Daniel Blum Theater World Award and the New York Critics Circle Award for Best New Actor. He began his feature film career in 1963, playing the romantic lead in TAMMY AND THE DOCTOR and joined the ensemble cast of the World War II saga THE VICTORS. Shortly thereafter, Fonda began what would become a famous association with producer-director Roger Corman, starring in WILD ANGELS, as the ultra-cool, iron-fisted leader of a violent biker gang. Fonda subsequently starred in Corman’s 1967 psychedelic film THE TRIP, with Bruce Dern and Susan Strasberg. Fonda’s next project was the seminal 1969 anti-establishment film, EASY RIDER, which he produced and co-scripted, receiving an Academy Award® nomination for Best Original Screenplay. Fonda’s feature credits include OUTLAW BLUES, an expose of the country music business; DIRTY MARY, CRAZY LARRY; RACE WITH THE DEVIL; Robert Rossen's LILITH; SPLIT IMAGE; Robert Wise's TWO PEOPLE; and the cult films LOVE AND A .45 and NADJA. He appeared in Alison Anders’ GRACE OF MY HEART and John Carpenter's ESCAPE FROM L.A., starring Kurt Russell. He also made a cameo appearance in BODIES, HEAT & MOTION, which starred his daughter Bridget. With Victor Nunez’s 1997 film, ULEE'S GOLD. Fonda’s performance earned him both a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor and the New York Film Critics Award, as well as an Oscar® nomination.