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  • Date of birth : 10/10/1958




  • Peck Eddie J.


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J. Eddie Peck (1958)

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John Edward Peck is an American film and television actor, known professionally as J. Eddie Peck.

He lived in Joplin, Missouri during the 1970s and graduated from Joplin Parkwood High School in 1976. He attended Missouri Southern State University.

Much of Peck's work has been on both daytime and prime time soap operas. He is perhaps best known for his role on The Young and the Restless as Cole Howard. He played the role from 1993 to 1999. He is also known for succeeding Michael Lowry in the role of Jake Martin on All My Children, a role he played from 2000 to 2003. Other soap credits include Days of our Lives (1984, 1991–1992); Dynasty (1988–1989) and Dallas .

Films in which Peck has appeared in include Dangerously Close, Lambada, and Blind Heat.

Earlier in his career, Peck guest-starred on a number of popular TV series, including Diagnosis: Murder, Highway to Heaven, Cheers, Murder, She Wrote, and Knight Rider. Peck guest-starred in the ABC Family hit series Kyle XY as Adam Baylin in the season finale of season one and certain episodes of season two.

Peck hosted the Miss USA 1998 pageant.

Peck has been married to Sonya Zaza since 1989; they have two sons, Austin and Dalton.


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