Fall Out Youngster bassist who have owns an archive label named Decaydance Information, which includes had some achievement. He was an All-State soccer participant in senior high school. He shaped the experimental electro pop group Dark Credit cards during his band’s hiatus. He wedded Ashlee Simpson on, may 17, 2008; they divorced in 2011. He and Simpson got a son called Bronx in 2008 and in 2014, he previously a son called Saint Laszlo along with his partner Meagan Camper. He’s been an integral part of Fall Out Youngster with Patrick Stump, Joe Trohman, and Andy Hurley.
Full Name Pete Wentz
Date Of Birth June 5, 1979
Place Of Birth Wilmette, IL
Height 1.68 m, 1.77 m
Education DePaul University, North Shore Country Day School, New Trier High School
Nationality American, American
Spouse Ashlee Simpson
Children Bronx Mowgli Wentz, Saint Lazslo Wentz, Saint Lazslo Wentz
Music Groups Fall Out Boy, Arma Angelus, Racetraitor, Cinematic Sunrise
Nominations Kerrang! Tweeter of the Year Award, People's Choice Award for Favorite Star Under 35, Teen Choice Award for Choice Red Carpet Fashion Icon Male
Movies The Young Blood Chronicles, School Gyrls, Degrassi Goes Hollywood
TV Shows Best Ink, Opening Act, F'N MTV Premieres
Star Sign Gemini
Pete's paternal grandparents, Roy Albert Wentz and Phyllis Norbury, were both of German and English descent. Pete's maternal grandparents, Arthur Winston Lewis and Dolores Laura Kirlew, were both born in New York, and all of their own parents were black Jamaican immigrants. Pete's grandfather Arthur, who is related to General Colin Powell, served as the U.S. Ambassador to Sierra Leone (from 1983 to 1986).
Became a father for the 2nd time at age 35 when his girlfriend Meagan Camper gave birth to their son Saint Lazslo Wentz on August 20, 2014.
Has just completed US Honda Civic Tour with Fall Out Boy, will be touring in early fall/winter. [July 2007]
Recently opened his own bar in New York City called Angels and Kings. [April 2007]
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It's important for girls to understand that they don't need to just be coat hangers for boys. It's not all about being groupies.
I can be unhappy and I can be happy, I am just one human being that thinks about my life and tries to figure myself out. When I write about feeling ****** it's not because I want to put on black nail varnish and when I write songs about being happy it's not because I sold a million records. It's because I am going through my life and figuring it out as I go along.
I obsessively wanted to be in bands. I was probably fourteen when I got my first bass it was my friend's brother's, and we stole it. I was really into the idea that we could just play basement shows. The name of the first band was First Born, and it was terrible. We played this hair-metal place in Iowa they gave you 150 tickets to sell, and you give them the money. We gave the tickets away, said we lost the money, and this old Italian guy almost beat the f**k out of us. But to me it was awesome.
I guess we're just one of those bands that just polarizes people. Some people worship the ground we walk on, and some people say we're ruining music and should just shut out mouths. If you want to keep either of those opinions, you should try not to engage us in a real conversation. (On being voted worst band of 2005 by Spin magazine.)
Underwear. It's like a god damned leash. It also constantly reminds me of how funny I look naked.
I was isolating myself further and further, and the more I isolated myself, the more isolated I'd feel. I wasn't sleeping. I just wanted my head to shut off, like, I just wanted to completely stop thinking about anything at all. - Rolling Stone Magazine On Ativan O.D Incident
We're sick of hearing people say "that band is so gay" or "those guys are fags". Gay is not a synonym for shitty. If you want to say something's shitty, say it's shitty. Stop being such homophobic assholes!
See, there's the bands that you say you like to sound smart, and there's the bands you say you like to get laid. And then there's the bands you really listen to. -Rolling Stone Interview
My parents treat me like I'm 14. They make me clean my room and stuff like that. They're always like "I don't care what MTV says you are.
You can live with me in this house I've built out of writers blocks.
If you know me you know how uncool I am. I stutter, wear bad clothes, make bad jokes, make conversation uncomfortable, the list goes on. Thank you for making me feel okay.