Speaker Ethan Peck
Actor, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds
Ethan Peck is an American actor who has been steadily making a name for himself in the entertainment industry.
Peck stars in the Paramount+ series Star Trek: Strange New World after becoming the 3rd actor ever to portray the iconic character of ‘Spock’ on Paramount+’s Star Trek: Discovery. Strange New Worlds is a commercial and critical success with 99% on RottenTomatoes. Star Trek: Strange New World had the strongest debut ever for a Star Trek series, setting a new record as the most-watched original series in the franchise over its first 90 days.
In television, Peck has had a plethora of roles ranging from Charlie Grace, The Drew Carey Show, The O’Keefe’s, Madam Secretary, and as Young Kelso in a recurring role on That 70's Show. The TV role that brought Peck prominence was the role of Patrick Verona on the ABC Family series, 10 Things I Hate About You, a role that had brought acclaim to Heath Ledger in the eponymous film. Moving away from Ledger’s version, Peck brought his own take on the character, appearing in 20 episodes.
Alongside his television work, Peck has built a prolific film career displaying tremendous range, as he has inhabited roles within horror, romantic, action and comedy genres. At 9, he played Jimmy Smits’s son in the film, Marshall Law followed in 1999 by Passport To Paris opposite Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen. In 2008 he starred opposite Mariah Carey in Lee Daniel’s feature Tennessee, which premiered at Tribeca Film Festival. That same year, he took on the lead in Adopt A Sailor. This performance won him “Best Actor” at Sonoma International Film Festival (2009). Additional film credits include In Time, opposite Justin Timberlake and Olivia Wilde, as well as The Curse Of Sleeping Beauty with India Eisley. In 2020, Peck could be seen in George Clooney’s directorial feature The Midnight Sky, which premiered on Netflix, where he portrays a younger version of Clooney.
Speaking on: Rockies Gala (Van Horne Ballroom); Master Class: Star Trek