Cecilia Peck

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Cecilia Peck
Born (1958-05-01) May 1, 1958 (age 57)
Los Angeles, US
Occupation Producer, director, actress
Years active 1987 – present
Spouse(s) Daniel Voll (m. 2001)
Children 2
Parent(s) Gregory Peck (deceased, 2003),
Veronique Peck (deceased, 2012)
Relatives Anthony Peck (brother),
Cheryl Tiegs (ex-sister-in-law)

Cecilia Peck (born May 1, 1958) is a film producer, director and actress. Cecilia is the daughter of actor Gregory Peck and his second wife Veronique Passani.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Cecilia Peck directed and produced the Emmy nominated feature documentary "Brave Miss World" (Netflix), following one young woman’s fight for justice and mission to break the silence around rape.

Directed and produced "Shut Up & Sing," about the backlash against the Dixie Chicks for opposing the Iraq War. The film premiered at the Toronto Film Festival, won Special Jury Prize at the Chicago Film Festival, Best Documentary at the Sydney, Aspen, and Woodstock Film Festivals, and was shortlisted for the 2007 Academy Awards.

Produced A Conversation with Gregory Peck, about her father, which premiered as a Special Selection in the 2000 Cannes Film Festival, and aired on TCM and PBS American Masters. Directed and produced the documentary short "Justice For All," an examination of capital punishment, awarded the Silver Gavel. Associate Producer on "Defending Our Daughters", a non-fiction film about women’s human rights for Lifetime Television, Voices of Courage Award by the Women’s Refugee Committee.

As actress, nominated for Golden Globe Award for “The Portrait,” played the leading role in "Torn Apart," among others. As journalist, was contributing editor at Premiere Magazine (France) and Moving Pictures Magazine. Served on the jury of Aspen Shortsfest and the Cognac Film Festival.

A graduate of Princeton University, she married writer Daniel Voll on September 8, 2001. They have two children. Their son Harper Daniel Peck-Voll, born in 1999, is named after Harper Lee. Harper Lee is the author of To Kill a Mockingbird, which was adapted into the film for which Gregory Peck won the Best Actor Academy Award as Atticus Finch. Their daughter Ondine Alexandra Peck-Voll was born in 2002. Peck is the ex-sister-in-law of supermodel Cheryl Tiegs.

She holds dual citizenship in the US and France, and is French speaking. Her company, Rocket Girl Productions, produces independent feature films and documentaries.






  1. ^ "Born". Time magazine. May 12, 1958. Retrieved February 20, 2009. To Gregory Peck, 42, cinemactor, and Veronique Passani Peck, 26, onetime French reporter: a first daughter, second child (he has three sons by a previous marriage); in Santa Monica, Calif. Name: Cecilia. Weight: 6 lbs. 8 oz. 

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