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Ethan Peck :

Ethan Peck also known as Ethan Gregory Peck is an American actor. He is most popular for his role in the second season of Star Trek. He played the role of Spock in the movie. Ethan Peck featured in movies like The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (2010), In Time (2011) and Nothing Left to Fear (2013). Ethan Peck is also known for the 1999 movie, Passport to Paris.

Early life :

Ethan Peck is an American actor who was born on March 2, 1986, in Los Angeles, California, United States. Ethan is best known for his roles in For Love, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, The Midnight Sky, and many more.

Personal life :

Full Name Ethan Gregory Peck

Stage Name Ethan Peck

Profession Actor

Date of Birth March 2, 1986

Age (In 2022) 36 Years

Height 6' 1" (1.85 m)

Zodiac Sign Pisces

Birthplace Los Angeles, California, USA

Nationality American

Debut Tv -Charlie Grace (1995)

Debut Movie -Marshal Law (1996)

Career :

Peck started out as a child actor, appearing in guest spots on shows like Charlie Grace (with Robert Costanzo and Bertila Damas), The Drew Carey Show (with Diedrich Bader and Nan Martin), and That '70s Show (with Kurtwood Smith), where he played a younger version of the character Michael Kelso. He made his film debut in 1996's Marshal Law (with Cyia Batten, Steve Picerni, Charles Picerni, Jr., Jeff Imada, and Henry Kingi, Jr.), and provided Mary-Kate Olsen's first on-screen kiss in 1999's Passport to Paris (with Matt Winston and Matt McCoy).More recently, Peck starred opposite Adam Rothenberg and Mariah Carey in the 2008 film Tennessee. That was followed with a co-starring role opposite Peter Coyote and Bebe Neuwirth in the film Adopt a Sailor. He received the Best Actor award at the 2009 Sonoma International Film Festival for his portrayal of "Sailor".In 2012 Peck played Prince Maxon for the pilot adaptation of popular book The Selection, but was later replaced by newcomer Michael Malarkey. Neither the first or second pilot was picked up to go to series.

Achievements :

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA. Saturn Award [Nominee] (2019) Best Supporting Actor in Streaming Presentation. ...
IGN Summer Movie Awards. IGN Award [Nominee] (2019) Best TV Ensemble. ...
Sonoma Valley Film Festival. Jury Award [Winner] (2009) ...
TV Guide Awards. TV Guide Award [Nominee] (2009)