Gregory Peck

Gregory Peck


Gregory Peck, the tall, sonorous-voiced Hollywood actor who had the respect of industry and audience, died in his sleep during the night, his spokesman said June 12, 2003. Mr. Peck, whose roots are in the theatre, was 87 and lived in California. His recent forays on stage were with his live A Conversation With Gregory Peck, the show of film clips, reminiscences and questions-and-answers, as well as voiceover work in Broadway's Tony Award-winning Will Rogers Follies, for which he provided the God-like voice of Florenz Ziegfeld.

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  • Also known as: Eldred Gregory Peck
  • Born: Apr 5, 1916 in La Jolla, California
  • Death: Jun 12, 2003 in Los Angeles, California

Roles (6)

Will Rogers Follies - Opening Night, April 1991 The Will Rogers Follies (1991)
Opened May 1, 1991
  • as The Voice of Mr. Ziegfeld [Recorded voice only] (Original)
The 22nd Annual Tony Awards Playbill - Apr 21, 1968 The 22nd Annual Tony Awards - 1968 (1968)
Opened Apr 21, 1968
  • as Presenter (Original)
PB.Listing.Placeholder.BROADWAY.V4.jpg Sons and Soldiers (1943)
Opened May 4, 1943
  • as Andrew Tadlock (Original)
The Willow and I Playbill - December 1942 The Willow and I (1942)
Opened Dec 10, 1942
  • as Robin Todd (Original)
  • as Kirkland Todd (Original)
The Morning Star Playbill - September 1942 The Morning Star (1942)
Opened Sep 14, 1942
  • as Cliff Parrilow (Original)

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