Twelve O’Clock High

Gregory Peck

b.4/05/1916 La Jolla, CA

Graduate in Performing Arts at the University of California Berkeley Leading roles on Broadway and Neighborhood Playhouse Theatre in New York World War II: Classified 4-F and turned down for service due to spinal injury suffered while in college Chairman of the Board American Film Institute 1967-69 President Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 1967-70 Academy Award nomination Best Actor “Twelve O Clock High” 1950 Academy Award Best Actor “To Kill a Mockingbird” 1962 Kennedy Center Honors Award 1991 American Film Institute Lifetime Achievement Award 1991 First cinematic movie: “Days of Glory” 1944


Days of Glory, Valley of Decision, The Yearling, Macomber Affair, Duel in the Sun, Gentleman’s Agreement, Yellow Sky, Twelve O Clock High, The Gunfighter, David and Bathsheba, Captain Horatio Hornblower, The Snows of Kilamanjaro, Moby Dick, Designing Women, The Big Country, Pork Chop Hill, Guns of Navarone, To Kill a Mockingbird, Cape Fear, How the West was Won, Marooned, The Omen, MacArthur