born November 6 1946 in New York City, New York. As an undergraduate he attended Colgate University. After he graduated from Colgate, he attended the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy where in 1976 he earned a PhD in International Relations. One of Dr. Ackerman's advisor was Gene Sharp. Dr. Ackerman's thesis, Strategic Aspects of Nonviolent Resistance Movements examined the nonviolent strategy and tactics used by people who are living under oppression and have no viable military option to free themselves.
After he received his PhD, Dr. Ackerman joined Drexel Burnham Lambert where he worked as investment banker for 15 years.
In 1990 Dr. Ackerman moved to London where he was a visiting scholar at the International Institute for Strategic Studies. During this time he co-authored with Christopher Kreugler the book Strategic Nonviolent Conflict. Dr. Ackerman was also a content advisor on the Emmy-nominated documentary A Force More Powerful: A Century of Nonviolent Conflict and co-authored with Jack Duvall a book of the same title. In 2002 Dr. Ackerman also helped produce the documentary Bringing Down A Dictator, the sequel to A Force More Powerful, which chronicled the fall of Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic by nonviolent means.
Dr. Ackerman is married with two children.

Peter Ackerman

Filme mit Peter Ackerman in meiner Sammlung als Darsteller:


2002
Ice Age
Rolle:
Dodo / Macrauchenia (voice)
2002
Ice Age
Rolle:
Dodo / Macrauchenia (voice)
2006
Ice Age 2: Jetzt taut's
Rolle:
Dung Beetle Dad (voice)
2006
Ice Age 2: Jetzt taut's
Rolle:
Dung Beetle Dad (voice)

Filme mit Peter Ackerman in meiner Sammlung als Drehbuchautor:


2019
Angry Birds 2: Der Film
Drehbuchautor

Bilder:


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