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Kartheiser to play Mr. Darcy in 'Pride and Prejudice' play

Kartheiser to play Mr. Darcy in 'Pride and Prejudice' play

MINNEAPOLIS, May 17 (UPI) -- "Mad Men" actor Vincent Kartheiser is to play the romantic hero Mr. Darcy in a Minnesota staging of "Pride and Prejudice" this summer, producers said Friday.

Mad Men's Hamm un-Punkable

HOLLYWOOD, March 25 (UPI) -- Co-stars of "Mad Men" actor Jon Hamm said they tried -- and failed -- to pull a couple of practical jokes on Hamm in his directorial debut on an episode.
Saints coach has knee surgery

Saints coach has knee surgery

METAIRIE, La., Oct. 17 (UPI) -- New Orleans Saints Coach Sean Payton had surgery Monday to repair a broken bone in his leg and torn cartilage suffered in a sideline collision.

COL BKB: Tennessee 76, Butler 71 (OT)

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., March 23 (UPI) -- Wayne Chism scored 16 points Sunday when Tennessee topped Butler 76-71 in overtime in a second-round NCAA Tournament contest.

COL BKB: Butler 66, Ill.-Chicago 50

INDIANAPOLIS, March 8 (UPI) -- Mike Green had 19 points, seven rebounds and seven assists Saturday to lead the 12th-ranked Butler Bulldogs to a 66-50 win over Illinois-Chicago.

COL BKB: Butler 65, Detroit 31

INDIANAPOLIS, March 1 (UPI) -- Pete Campbell scored 24 points Saturday to lead the 13th-ranked Butler Bulldogs in a 65-31 rout of the Detroit Titans.

COL BKB: Drake 71, Butler 64

INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. 23 (UPI) -- Josh Young scored 25 points Saturday to carry 18th-ranked Drake to a 71-64 victory over eighth-ranked Butler.

COL BKB: Butler 51, Ill.-Chicago 46

CHICAGO, Feb. 20 (UPI) -- A three-pointer by A.J. Graves with 45 seconds left gave Butler the lead Wednesday and the eighth-ranked Bulldogs outlasted Illinois-Chicago 51-46.

COL BKB: Butler 83, Wis.-Milwaukee (OT)

MILWAUKEE, Feb. 12 (UPI) -- Mike Green had 24 points -- 10 in overtime -- Tuesday when 10th-ranked Butler beat Wisconsin-Milwaukee 83-75.

COL BKB: Butler 62, Wis.-Green Bay 57

GREEN BAY, Wis., Feb. 9 (UPI) -- A.J. Graves scored 16 points and Mike Green 14 Saturday to pace the 11-ranked Butler Bulldogs to a 62-57 win over Wisconsin-Green Bay.

COL BKB: Butler 71, Valparaiso 68

VALPARAISO, Ind., Feb. 6 (UPI) -- Pete Campbell sank a three-pointer with 17 seconds left Tuesday to give the 11th-ranked Butler Bulldogs a 71-68 victory over Valparaiso.

COL BKB: Butler 63, Loyola-Chicago 50

INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 24 (UPI) -- Pete Campbell and Matt Howard made up for a sub-par effort from A.J. Graves Thursday and carried No. 14 Butler past Loyola-Chicago 63-50.

COL BKB: Butler 78, Youngstown St. 69

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio, Jan. 19 (UPI) -- Matt Howard had 20 points and eight rebounds Saturday to lead the 12th-ranked Butler Bulldogs to a 78-69 victory over Youngstown State.

COL BKB: Cleveland St. 56, Butler 52

CLEVELAND, Jan. 17 (UPI) -- Cedric Jackson and J'Nathan Bullock both scored 14 points Thursday, leading Cleveland State to a surprising 56-52 win over No. 12 Butler.

COL BKB: Butler 72, Wis.-Milwaukee 56

INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 12 (UPI) -- Matt Howard's 17 points Saturday helped No. 14 Butler cruise past Wisconsin-Milwaukee 72-56.
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Peter "Pete" Campbell, sometimes known as Peter Dyckman-Campbell, is a fictional character on AMC's television series Mad Men. He is portrayed by Vincent Kartheiser.

Pete Campbell was born in New York City to an upper class WASP family. In the show's pilot episode, he has just turned 26, which makes his birth year 1934. His mother, Dorothy Dyckman-Campbell, is a member of the elite Dyckman family, which owned most of upper Manhattan prior to 1929. Though Pete's father, Andrew Campbell, eventually loses most of the Dyckman property after 1929, Pete's upbringing is in league with many children of his social status. He attended Deerfield Academy and spent summers at his parents' estate on Fisher's Island, as well as at exclusive country clubs in the Hamptons and Newport. Pete was in a fraternity during his college years.

Pete has a strained relationship with his family members. Both of Pete's parents are emotionally absent and disapproving of their younger son's decision to go into advertising. In season two, after his father dies in a plane crash over Jamaica Bay, Pete is unable to cry. In real life, actor Christopher Allport, who played Pete's father, was killed in a freak avalanche at the Mountain High Ski Resort in Southern California on January 25, 2008. The Mad Men writers then decided to kill off his character as well.

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