Jeff Peters Profile
For 20 years, Jeff Peters has been the official Dave Letterman lookalike for the "Late Show with David Letterman." He appears on the Late Show (over 50 times) as the character Dave calls, "the guy who kinda looks like me."
Jeff's appearances include: standing by backstage in case something goes wrong, finally closing the show when Dave mysteriously went down backstage, presenting a birthday cake to Dave's Mom Dorothy in Indiana, being a Dave decoy for assassins, camp counselor at "Dave's Talk Show Camp for Kids", the star of "The Late Show on Ice", official greeter at The Late Show employee Thanksgiving dinner, portraying Dave at the Grammy's as a young Kiss fan, and signing autographs at The Late Show Fan Fest. Most recently, Jeff accepted the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Television Critics Association on behalf of Dave.
As David Ledderman, Jeff Peters has written, produced and performed in hundreds of interactive corporate events at Annual Meetings, Sales Launches, Executive Dinners, Training Seminars, Company Videos, Award Ceremonies, Roasts and Top Ten Lists.
GE, Boeing, Pfizer, Met Life, Chase Bank, New Balance, Wachovia Bank, Delta Airlines, Anderson Consulting, Schick, Johnson Controls, Weatherproof Clothing, Cisco Systems, Burger King, Toshiba, Johnson 7 Johnson, Lehman Brothers, ING Baring, Columbia University Executive Training Program, Stuart Weitzman Shoes, Rich Foods, IBM, Block Drugs, Invisible Fence, The Sands Hotel, Thomson Publishing, Guideposts Magazine, The Young Presidents Association, BOMA/NY and NY BMA.
Jeff also appears as Dave in the Academy Award nominated film "American Splendor" and Danny Hoch's independent feature "Jails, Hospitals, and Hip Hop."