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Gregory Peck

Gregory PeckAKA Eldred Gregory Peck

Born: 5-Apr-1916
Birthplace: La Jolla, CA
Died: 12-Jun-2003
Location of death: Los Angeles, CA
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Buried, Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, Los Angeles, CA

Gender: Male
Religion: Roman Catholic
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: To Kill A Mockingbird

Wife: Greta Kukkonen (m. 1942, div. 1955, three sons)
Son: Jonathan (b. 1944, d. 1975 suicide gunshot)
Son: Stephen (b. 1945, served in Vietnam)
Son: Carey (b. 1949)
Wife: Veronique Passani (m. 31-Dec-1955, until his death, one son, one daughter, d. 17-Aug-2012)
Son: Tony Peck (b. 1956)
Daughter: Cecilia Peck (b. 1958)

    University: University of California at Berkeley (1939)

    Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences President (1967-70)
    American Film Institute Chairman (1967-69)
    American Cancer Society National Chairman (1966)
    National Council on the Arts Charter Member (1968-74)
    People for the American Way
    Oscar for Best Actor 1963 for To Kill a Mockingbird
    Golden Globe 1947 for The Yearling
    Golden Globe 1951 for World Film Favorite, Male
    Golden Globe 1955 for World Film Favorite, Male
    Golden Globe 1963 for To Kill a Mockingbird
    Golden Globe 1999 for Moby Dick
    American Film Institute Life Achievement Award 1989
    Presidential Medal of Freedom 1969
    Grand Marshal of the Tournament of Roses 1988
    Kennedy Center Honor 1991
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6100 Hollywood Blvd.
    National Medal of Arts 1999
    Draft Deferment: World War II 4-F
    Visited Disneyland Candlelight Procession (Dec-1967)
    Wedding: Larry Fortensky and Elizabeth Taylor (1991)
    Appendectomy Prague (Jul-1996)
    Risk Factors: Appendicitis

    Moby Dick (15-Mar-1998)
    Cape Fear (13-Nov-1991) · Lee Heller
    Other People's Money (18-Oct-1991)
    Old Gringo (8-Sep-1989) · Bitter
    Amazing Grace and Chuck (19-May-1987)
    The Scarlet and the Black (2-Feb-1983)
    The Blue and the Gray (14-Nov-1982)
    Sea Wolves: The Last Charge of the Calcutta Light Horse (3-Jul-1980) · Col. Lewis Pugh
    The Boys From Brazil (5-Oct-1978)
    MacArthur (30-Jun-1977) · Gen. Douglas MacArthur
    The Omen (25-Jun-1976)
    Billy Two Hats (20-Mar-1974)
    Shoot Out (16-Aug-1971) · Clay Lomax
    I Walk the Line (18-Nov-1970) · Sheriff Henry Tawes
    Marooned (10-Nov-1969) · Charles Keith
    The Chairman (25-Jun-1969)
    Mackenna's Gold (18-Mar-1969) · Mackenna
    The Stalking Moon (22-Jan-1969) · Sam Varner
    Arabesque (5-May-1966) · Prof. David Pollock
    Mirage (26-May-1965) · David
    Behold a Pale Horse (14-Aug-1964) · Manuel Artiguez
    Captain Newman, M.D. (25-Dec-1963)
    To Kill a Mockingbird (25-Dec-1962) · Atticus Finch
    How the West Was Won (1-Nov-1962) · Cleve Van Valen
    Cape Fear (12-Apr-1962) · Sam Bowden
    The Guns of Navarone (22-Jun-1961) · Mallory
    On the Beach (17-Dec-1959)
    Beloved Infidel (17-Nov-1959)
    Pork Chop Hill (29-May-1959) · Lt. Joe Clemons
    The Big Country (1-Oct-1958)
    The Bravados (25-Jun-1958) · Jim Douglas
    Designing Woman (16-May-1957) · Mike Hagen
    Moby Dick (27-Jun-1956) · Capt. Ahab
    The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit (12-Apr-1956) · Tom Rath
    The Purple Plain (26-Nov-1954) · Forrester
    Night People (12-Mar-1954)
    The Million Pound Note (7-Jan-1954) · Henry Adams
    Roman Holiday (27-Aug-1953) · Joe Bradley
    The World in His Arms (9-Oct-1952)
    The Snows of Kilimanjaro (18-Aug-1952) · Harry
    David and Bathsheba (10-Aug-1951)
    Only the Valiant (13-Apr-1951)
    Captain Horatio Hornblower R.N. (10-Apr-1951) · Horatio Hornblower
    The Gunfighter (23-Jun-1950) · Jimmy Ringo
    Twelve O'Clock High (21-Dec-1949) · Gen. Savage
    The Great Sinner (29-Jun-1949) · Fedja
    Yellow Sky (1-Feb-1949) · James Dawson
    The Paradine Case (31-Dec-1947) · Anthony Keane
    Gentleman's Agreement (11-Nov-1947) · Philip Schuyler Green
    The Macomber Affair (20-Apr-1947) · Robert Wilson
    Duel in the Sun (31-Dec-1946) · Lewt McCanles
    The Yearling (18-Dec-1946) · Ezra Baxter
    Spellbound (31-Oct-1945) · John Ballantyne
    The Valley of Decision (3-May-1945) · Paul Scott
    The Keys of the Kingdom (15-Dec-1944) · Father Francis Chisholm
    Days of Glory (8-Jun-1944) · Vladimir

Appears in articles:
Time, 23-Jun-2003, DETAILS: The American as a Noble Man -- When he died, Gregory Peck took movie idealism with him (p.86, one page), BYLINE: Richard Corliss

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