One of the more dignified American film stars, Gregory Peck built a reputation in films like the Oscar-winning Gentleman’s Agreement for playing strong, morally upright Americans. His most famous role, in 1962, was Atticus Finch in To Kill A Mockingbird. Later, possibly out of boredom, he’d start toying with his image, playing the father in The Omen and a Nazi in The Boys From Brazil.
He is the sort of man—upright and rather intensely normal—that I sometimes like to imagine doing all sorts of unspeakable things to me. Can his deep brown eyes possibly be as intelligent or as innocent as they seem? Lord, I hope not.
Hi I'm ze blogger from FlixChatter.net I've recently fallen under the spell of Gregory Peck... ever since then it's been ALL GP, ALL the time, so this tumblr is dedicated to the gorgeous and classy thespian.