The film star in the 1940s

Gregory Peck Young: How He Looked In His First Movies

Gregory Peck Young: How He Looked In His First Movies

Gregory Peck began acting in the 1940s and became an icon of Hollywood's golden age in the decades that followed. Some of his best-known roles came well into his career, too, leaving fans today wondering what the To Kill a Mockingbird star looked like as a young actor. Watch the video for a look back at pictures of his first movie roles.

Gregory Peck is remembered as one of the great actors of classical Hollywood. But the Roman Holiday and To Kill a Mockingbird star was also a popular Hollywood heartthrob in his younger days.

Gregory Peck Young: How He Looked in His First Movies

Though he acted into the 1990s, Peck was at the height of his fame during the 1950s and '60s, in film genres across the board, from dramas to crime films and Westerns. But his first roles were in the mid-1940s — and some of them are still well-known today.

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Gregory Peck Young: The To Kill a Mockingbird Actor in His First Movies

Watch the video above for a look back at Gregory Peck as a young actor in the 1940s.