TV commercials (PSA): Narrated People for the American Way commercial opposing the nomination of ultra-conservative Robert Bork
's nomination by President Ronald Reagan
for a seat on the US Supreme Court (Bork ultimately failed to be confirmed by the US Senate). (voiceover)
4 Biographical Movies |
5 Print Biographies |
2 Portrayals |
22 Articles |
2 Pictorials |
8 Magazine Cover Photos |
6' 3" (1.91 m)
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[in 1965] There are times when I could cheerfully walk out on the whole goddamn setup. I don't have to make pictures any more. When I first came out here to work from the New York stage, I was carved up in all directions, a dumb actor tied to a slew of contractual clauses. Today I'm my own man - free, off the hook. This is a collective business, I know. But now it's up to me to decide the stories...
Mark Waid and Alex Ross based the design of the older Bruce Wayne/Batman on Peck for Their seminal 1996 graphic novel ''Kingdom Come''. Frank Miller also based the design of young Bruce in his iconic story ''Batman: Year One''.
Distinctive low-pitched voice