Gregory Peck's grandson Ethan is all grown up and he looks a lot like his Oscar-winning grandad

Dec 25, 2018
10:19 A.M.
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Gregory Peck is one of the most beloved film actors of all time and had one of the most defining looks of Classic Hollywood cinema. He is best known for his Academy Award-winning portrayal of Atticus Finch in “To Kill a Mockingbird.” Now his grandson continues his legacy.

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Ethan Peck is the grandson of renowned actor Gregory Peck. Not only is Ethan following in his grandfather’s footsteps by pursuing a career in acting, but he also shares a striking resemblance to him.

At 32 years old Ethan’s career seems only to be getting better. He was recently cast as Dr. Spock in a new Star Trek series. The role was originally played by the late Leonard Nimoy.

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THE LEGACY LIVES ON

He made his on-screen debut in 199 when he played Mary-Kate Olsen’s first-ever on-screen kiss, Michel.

He has also had roles in television shows such as “Gossip Girl,” “That 70s Show,” and “Madam Secretary.”

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Many of his Instagram followers find him handsome and are not afraid to make this clear in the comments. However,  he is in a long-term relationship with Molly Dewolf Swenson.

Ethan has admitted to the press that he feels pressure due to his family legacy and is often viewed as a trust fund kid. He tries hard to prove the critics wrong.

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FACTS ABOUT GREGORY PECK

There are many things about Gregory Peck that the public is not aware of. For example, his first name is Eldred, but he chose to instead go by his middle name after university.

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Gregory had three sons; namely Carey Paul, Jonathan, and Stephan. The three of them appear with his in the film “Big Country.”

He has won quite a few awards in his time including five Oscars for “To Kill a Mockingbird” and the Presidential Medal of Freedom, which is the highest civilian honor in the USA. He also appears in the Best Dressed Hall of Fame.

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