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Gregory Peck

Born: 1916-04-05 - Died: 2003-06-12
Cause of Death:
Pneumonia


Death Summary: It was actually bronchial pneumonia combined with cardiorespiratory arrest that took Peck's life at the age of 87.

He died in his sleep at Torrance Memorial Medical Center in Torrance, California with his wife by his bedside.

He was buried in a mausoleum in the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in LA.

Who was Gregory Peck : Gregory Peck was an American actor and won an Academy Award in 1962 for his portrayal of Atticus Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird, which was based on the book by Harper Lee. He was also honored with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, an award that had once been won by E.B. White.

Other notable films for Peck included Moby Dick, Pork Chop Hill, The Guns of Navarone, the original Cape Fear (opposite Robert Mitchum), How the West Was Won, and The Omen.
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26 Signatures in Gregory Peck's guestbook

  1. Katerina & Yashira Says:

    Hes Awsome & Sexy xD.
    - Yashi And Kat.

  2. alma maese Says:

    i loved all your movies.

  3. Lila Ace Says:

    A family man of excellent convictions, great actor and very handsome. Few actors can be compared to him. Love his films. Rest in peace.

  4. julie wilkes Says:

    you wee a great actor and will be missed rest in peace and my the angels watch over you now xx

  5. tracy Says:

    great actor loved all his filmsxxxxxxxxxxx

  6. BarbaraPintinio Says:

    such a good man and he truely was a “outstanding actor” one of a kind…..God bless!

  7. Wolfgang Says:

    Antetype of a perfect gentlemen

  8. andrew manzi Says:

    you were the best and i loved all your movies

  9. andrew manzi Says:

    i loved all your movies and will watch them forever

  10. Olga F. Malvaez Says:

    I grew up like many Americans watching movies of Gregory Peck,John Wayne, James Stewart. They were great actors and made you feel safe.Like we feel when our dads are home. I’m glad that life gave the choice of becoming a great actor. He will be missed and remembered by all.

  11. Olga F. Malvaez Says:

    I grew up like many Americans watching movies of Gregory Peck,John Wayne, James Stewart. They were great actors and made you feel safe.Like we feel when our dads are home. I’m glad that life gave the choice of becoming a great actor. He will be missed and remembered by all.
    Olga F. Malvaez

  12. isabell m. dutton Says:

    I am 73 now but have always been in love ,since I was a little wee girl,with the handsomest man in the world since I ever saw him on the big screen. He was the epitamy of the perfect male,in my eyes. What I admired most in his personality was his lifelong loyalty to his wife and family. A very rare attribute then and now.

  13. joan schiffer Says:

    What a lovely kind man,I would have liked a father like you. Rest in peace.

  14. joan schiffer Says:

    What a lovely kind man,I would have liked a father like you. Rest in peace. Joan Schiffer

  15. BEATRIZ PARY ALFARO Says:

    I would’ve liked to exchange some words or phrases with him or unless to hold his hand but it was unreachable what a sample of a really really getlemen like it used to be in the early years unfortunately these kind of men do not exist any more

  16. Farren Bordon Says:

    Gregory Peck is so incredibly handsome and sexy. I would’ve loved to have met him. Wish there was still men like him around XOXO R.I.P

  17. Don Gillatly Says:

    You were one of a very fine group of actors who moved me so much through your portraits of other humans, real or fictional. Atticus Finch is my favorites, followed closely by Captain Ahab. Both were such strong men who were not willing to surrender to man or nature.

  18. kirstie n laura Says:

    phwoar, wot a beauty x

  19. Val Baker Says:

    I think that he deserved greater recognition by the Academy for his considerable and consistently good body of work.
    See Roman Holiday and Gentlemen’s agreement

  20. Barbie Says:

    Most Handsome hero of all times. Three generations in our family have admired him. God bless his soul in peace in heaven. Such people only go to heaven !

  21. Nigel Harper Says:

    One of the most inspirational and influential actors that I idolised as a kid and even today I will watch the old films and admire his acting skills.

  22. edson lopes Says:

    um dos grandes

  23. Tina Riserbato Says:

    I loved you in Roman Holiday with that gorgeous face that lighted up the big screen.

    You were one of the best!!! Heaven, you got another star to brighten the sky.

    Another true Hollywood legend gone forever.

  24. Wendi Nolan Says:

    Gregory Peck was one of natures true gentlemen in the very essence of his being. He genuinely practiced all of the qualities that define the expression. R.I.P dear Gregory, the contributions you made in your lifetime have certainly left a huge legacy to humanity.

  25. perci masangkay Says:

    Antique movies really last.

  26. john spillane Says:

    Wonderful actor! his like seldom seen.


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