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Datum objave: 05.08.2018

Gregory Peck's grandson has grown up to be gorgeous

We love that Peck isn't just a face for Ferragamo but also such an avid supporter of their creations.

Gregory Peck's grandson has grown up to be gorgeous

Gregory Peck is a Hollywood icon, known for his roles as Atticus Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird and Joe Bradley in Roman Holiday. With his dashing good looks and charm, it's easy to see why the man was so popular on the big screen. Luckily, we don't have to look far for a modern-day substitute—his grandson Ethan Peck easily fills his famous relative's shoes. And boy, does he wear them well

You could say acting runs in the family. While his grandfather may have tackled the silver screen back in his day, Peck has set his sights on a multitude of projects. He's snagged TV small roles in That '70s Show and Gossip Girl as well as a few movie gigs, but he's probably best known for his part in the 2009 TV reboot of the movie classic 10 Things I Hate About You. And, if you were a big fan of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen in the 1990s (and really, who wasn't?) you may also recognize Peck from his role in Passport to Paris, as one of the young French boys who makes the girls swoon.

One of his more recent jobs has been working on The Curse of Sleeping Beauty, which was released in 2016. According to his IMDb page, he's also lent his voice to a few video games, including Halo 4 and Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII.

Like other A-lister legacies (think Brooklyn Beckham, Lily Rose Depp, and Madonna's daughter Lourdes Leon), Peck is making his genetically blessed looks work for him. While he's not a regular model walking the catwalks, he has worked with a major fashion label to star in its short film, titled, "Coming Home to Hollywood." The fashion house Salvatore Ferragamo premiered the piece in December 2015, alongside its brand new collection of timepieces and eyewear.

Peck raved about his collaboration with the brand, claiming that "there's a great chemistry between us." The actor even went a step further and compared the Ferragamo aesthetic to his hopes of his future: "The Ferragamo brand has maintained a luxurious esthetic all these years, remained very elegant, and these are qualities I'd like to carry through my own career." We love that Peck isn't just a face for Ferragamo but also such an avid supporter of their creations.

Not everyone's in a position to snag leading roles in TV and film—after all, few of today's actors are members of Hollywood royalty. But Peck, with his roles in both fashion and film, understands that he grew up privileged, and he lets that shape his professional attitude. In an interview with the New York Post, he explained, "The older I get, the more I see how random everything is, the luckier I feel to have been born into this context, the more responsible I feel to be the best that I can be as a person and as a professional. That was a quality … of the men on my father's side of the family."

He echoed these statements to Entertainment Tonight, stating, "Now I just feel like, 'How lucky to be born in to this body and this city and this life.' You know what I mean? The circumstances could be very different." We love seeing a man who's socially aware enough to recognize his own privilege. We can only hope Peck takes this attitude with him throughout his entire career!

Who doesn't like a dreamer? Peck may have already tasted success, but that isn't stopping him from setting some lofty goals for himself. According to his IMDb page, he has a few major projects on the horizon, including a role as a big shot CEO in the TV movie Broken Land. But his long-term plan is even more ambitious than you'd think. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Peck joked, " [I'm] just trying to play Batman in the next five years." With his good looks and deep, brooding voice, we definitely think he could be the next actor to save Gotham City.

As if working on major movie projects wasn't enough, Peck also travels, and, by the looks of it, we don't think he's going to slow down any time soon. On his Instagram account, he's shared photos of his journeys, from the ruins of an ancient Mayan city in Mexico to the endless sands of Al Wasrah, Qatar. And we have no doubt that we'll be seeing more of his travels in the years to come.

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