Born on 1 January 1869 in
In 1893 he began to act in
Yiddish theatre in Paris, together with the Gelis
family. Later he played character- and dramatic roles,
together with Malvina Lobel, Charles Nathanson, Sigmund
Feinman, Nathan Izikowitz, Aaron Nager, Krause, Morris
Axelrad, Joseph Sherman, Boris Rosenthal, and for a
certain time also under the direction of Avraham
Goldfaden. Then he played with several of the
aforementioned actors in England and Belgium.
He immigrated to Argentina,
and there P. guest-stared with local actors; Berta and
Karl Gutentag, Samuel Goldinburg, Malvina Lobel,
Marienof, David Baratz, Sam Auerbach, Jacob Silbert, and
he excelled with his fine interpretations of his roles.
In 1923 P. traveled to
Chile, and there he played for a long time in Yiddish
"Then he -- according to B.
Berdichevsky -- returned to Argentina, but he already
was old and week, and it slowly derveytert him
from acting permanently, and hoping that in Chile, where
there was still a lack of actors, he could again lightly
resume being an actor, and his friend and farerer
had provided for him the post as a supervisor in "Circulo
Izraelita" (a Yiddish kehila], and so he remained
in Chile until the end of his lonely life.... Pekerov,
moreover, was all alone, without family, on his own
without a means of making ends meet... the "Bikur Cholim"
in the "Circulo