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It has repeatedly been written in the Personal Life section that Pekerman is the cousin of Gregory Peck. I call that bullshit. Pekerman (born 1949) is of Ukrainian descent and Jewish, Peck (born 1916) of English-Irish-Scottish descent and catholic. I wonder how a connection between these two families could be plausible... As long as neither one of them (i.e. Pekerman, since Peck is dead) states exactly this and brings forward some documents, I guess this is just a nice joke that could turn into a huge snowball, when lazy journalists come over here and pick up some unproven "facts". --perelly (talk) 12:30, 19 May 2009 (UTC)