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Ethan Gregory Peck (born 2 March 1986; age 34) is an American actor. He played Spock in the second season of Star Trek: Discovery and two episodes of Star Trek: Short Treks. He will reprise his role in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.  He is the grandson of a famous actor, Gregory Peck.
Peck started out as a child actor, appearing in guest spots on shows like Charlie Grace (with Robert Costanzo and Bertila Damas), The Drey 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).
He attended the Tisch School of the Arts in New York City, enrolling in the Experimental Theatre Wing before continuing his acting career. In 2008, he co-starred in the films Tennessee and Adopt a Sailor (with Bebe Neuwirth). In 2009-2010, he played the character Patrick Verona in the series 10 Things I Hate About You. He continued his film career with roles in The Sorcerer's Apprentice (2010, with Alice Krige and Peyton List), In Time (2011), and Nothing Left to Fear (2013, with Clancy Brown). Most recently, Peck appeared in a recurring guest role on the show Penny Dreadful: City of Angels (with Brent Spiner, created by John Logan), and played the main character (George Clooney)'s younger version in 2020's The Midnight Sky (with Tim Russ).
|Star Trek: Strange New Worlds regular cast|
|Anson Mount • Ethan Peck • Rebecca Romijn|
Star Trek appearances
- "Brother" (First appearance, voice only)
- "New Eden" (archive voice footage)
- "Light and Shadows" (First appearance)
- "If Memory Serves"
- "Project Daedalus"
- "The Red Angel"
- "Perpetual Infinity"
- "Through the Valley of Shadows"
- "Such Sweet Sorrow"
- "Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2"
- "Unification III" (archive footage)