Life leading up to The Sims Bustin' OutEdit
At the beginning of The Sims Bustin' Out, if the player's Sim is female, you are repeatedly asked by Peter Tutti to kiss him while in a recreational version of Club Rubb (whereas it's Candi Frutti if the player's Sim is male). Peter Tutti is available as a playable character in the Free Play mode, living in the Tutti household. Peter resides at 2 Free Street with three other roommates who are considered as his "brothers" as they are Rod, Woody, and Ziggy. He is one of the few Sims that the player's Sim can marry.
Peter appears with colorful long black hair and solar-silver sunglasses over top of bright green eyes. He wears a bright silver-white long sleeve shirt with brown pants (brown replica of the pair he wears in The Sims). Unlike his roommates, Peter wears black pajamas. As of corresponding friendliness like his "brother" Woody, Peter is very easy to talk to, as well as being playful. However, the player can always change his appearance, just like his roommates if chosen to do so.
Sims with the personality Sagittarius or Aquarius have a much better advantage of becoming friends with Peter than ones with Scorpio and Capricorn. Peter and Woody also just about the same facial structure.
Life leading up to The Sims (console)Edit
In The Sims for console, he lives with the same roommates as in The Sims Bustin' Out, in addition to Randy, who is absent from Bustin' Out. Peter wears a striped sweater and dress pants with slippers. This outfit could be a reference to him being a bit lazy, although his personality says he's pretty active. Unlike Peter Tutti from The Sims Bustin' Out, he has short blond hair and wears black reading glasses (if the player chooses to do so they can change his appearance). As mentioned in his biography, he's hooked onto computer games. Interestingly, his bio refers to his "mum", whereas other characters in the same game use "mom", suggesting that he may be of British or Australian descent (alternatively, this may simply be a typo). His interests are Travel, Money, and Weather. As mentioned in his bio: it is up to the person's sim to show him what life is about (if she wants to marry him). Female players must be forewarned: having a computer around will draw him to it and it'll take patience to keep him away from it. But if he's the chosen husband for the female player after Hot to Trot and there's a baby cradle, then the computer may be a good idea to keep him near by as that will be the only distracting him until it cries.