About Ethan Peck (aka Spock in “Star Trek”): Wife, Net Worth, Age

March 22, 2024
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Who is Ethan Peck?

American actor Ethan Gregory Peck was born in Los Angeles, California USA, on 2 March 1986, meaning that his zodiac sign’s Pisces. He’s had roles in close to 50 movies and TV series, and is perhaps best known for his playing of Constantin in the 2011 action science fiction thriller movie “In Time”, written and directed by Andrew Niccol, and which starred Justin Timberlake, Amanda Seyfried and Cillian Murphy. Set in a future where people don’t age after 25, the movie follows Will Salas who’s been wrongfully accused of murder – it was nominated for two awards.

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Education and early life

Ethan was raised in Los Angeles by his mother Francine Matarazzo, a popular American abstract artist, and father Stephen Peck who’s a former American actor, Vietnam War veteran and documentary moviemaker. Ethan has a half-sister Marisa Matarazzo from his mother’s second marriage, and who’s today a successful author.

Ethan fell in love with acting at a quite an early age, and was nine when he made his debut TV series appearance, playing Tyler in the 1995 episode “One Simple Little Favor” of the crime drama “Charlie Grace”; he made his debut film appearance in the following year, playing Josh Coleman in the 1996 action thriller “Marshal Law”.

Ethan studied at Campbell Hall prior to proceeding to Harvard-Westlake, at which he learned to play classical cello and excelled in athletics; he matriculated in 2004 and enrolled at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, but from which he dropped out in 2007.


Roles in TV series

Ethan played Kid in the 1999 episode “Drew and the Gang Law” of the comedy “The Drew Carey Show”, and the 2000s saw him appear in two TV series: he played Kelso at 13 in the 2000 episode “Reefer Madness”, and the 2002 episode “Class Picture” of the romantic comedy “That ‘70s Show”, and Wade in the 2003 episode “Festival of Birth” of the comedy “The O’Keefes”.

In 2010, he portrayed Patrick Verona, one of the main characters in the comedy “10 Things I Hate About You”, created by Carter Covington, and which also starred Lindsey Shaw and Meaghan Martin. It follows Bianca and Kat Stratford who’ve just enrolled at Padua High, and the series won one of its eight award nominations. In 2011, Ethan appeared in two episodes of the romantic drama “Gossip Girl”, and the following five years saw him appear in an episode of the comedy “Next Time on Lonny”, another comedy “Feed Me”, and the thriller “Madam Secretary”.


In 2019, he played Spock in nine episodes of the critically acclaimed action adventure “Star Trek: Discovery”, created by Bryan Fuller and Alex Kurtzman, and which today stars Sonequa Martin-Green, Doug Jones and Anthony Rapp. It follows the crew of the USS Discovery spaceship, as they’re exploring new planets and lifeforms; the series has been airing since 2017, and has won 23 of its 100 award nominations.

Ethan’s three most recent TV series roles have been in two episodes of the 2020 action “Marvels”, three episodes of the 2020 crime fantasy “Penny Dreadful: City of Angels” and 10 episodes of the 2022 action science fiction adventure “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds”.

Roles in movies

In 1999, Ethan played Michel in the family comedy “Passport to Paris”, directed by Alan Metter, and which starred Mary-Kate Olsen, Ashley Olsen and Peter White. It follows twin girls who’ve been sent to stay with their grandfather in Paris, France and have fallen in love with two French boys.


A couple of Ethan’s following roles were in the 2004 romantic drama “Em & Me”, the 2008 adventure comedy “Tennessee” and the 2008 drama “Adopt a Sailor”. The year 2010 saw him play Andre in the family action adventure “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice”, directed by Jon Turteltaub, and which starred Nicolas Cage, Jay Baruchel and Alfred Molina. It follows the life of magician Merlin’s apprentice Balthazar Blake, and the film won one of its three award nominations.

In 2012, Ethan played Man on the Bike in the short romantic drama “Louis Vuitton: LA Is a Man”, and the same year saw him play Guy in the mystery horror thriller “Mine Games”. In 2016, he played the lead character Thomas in the mystery fantasy horror “The Curse of Sleeping Beauty”, written and directed by Pearry Reginald Teo, and which also starred India Eisley and Natalie Hall. It follows Thomas who’s inherited a cursed property, and the movie won a Hollywood Music in Media Award for Best Original Score – Independent Film.

Ethan’s three most recent film roles have been in 2020 in the short comedy “Famous Adjacent”, and the science fiction adventure “The Midnight Sky”, and the 2021 short drama “In Max We Trust”.

Other credits

Ethan sang the song “I Am the Very Model of a Modern Major-General” in the 2019 episode “Q&A” of the series “Star Trek: Short Treks”.

Some of the talk-shows in which he’s made a guest appearance include “Burning Questions”, “Entertainment Tonight” and “The Ready Room”.

Awards and nominations

Ethan won a Jury Award for Best Actor at the 2009 Sonoma Valley Film Festival, for his performance in “Adopt a Sailor”, and a 2022 Aladerri International Film Festival Award for Best Actor, for “In Max We Trust”.

He was also nominated for two Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Film Awards for Best Supporting Actor in 2019 and 2022, for his performance in “Star Trek: Discovery” and “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds”, respectively.


Love life and wife

Ethan can rarely be heard speaking about his love life in public, but there are still four women whom he’s been with, that his fans know about. In 2009 and 2010, he dated Lindsey Shaw, an American actress who’s perhaps best known for her portrayal of Jennifer ‘Moze’ Mosely in the action comedy series “Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide”.

In 2011, he dated American actress Kelsey Asbille, and from 2012 through 2014, Ethan was in a relationship with popular American actress Julianna Guill, who’s perhaps still known best for her playing of Bree in the 2009 horror movie “Friday the 13th”.

Most recently, in 2016 he dated Molly DeWolf Swenson, an American entrepreneur, film producer and musician.

Ethan seems to be single as of December 2022, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.


Interesting facts and hobbies

Ethan fell in love with sports during his teenage years, and was on his high school’s track, football and lacrosse teams; he continued playing these at college.

He loves music, and took classical cello lessons for six years as a teenager.

Ethan attended an audition for the role of Henry in the 2011 fantasy mystery horror movie “Red Riding Hood”, which was eventually played by Max Irons.

He holds a first level black belt in Shotakan karate.

There are more than 80,000 people following Ethan on Instagram, and he’s posted 17 pictures and videos onto the social media network.

His favorite actors are the late Heath Ledger and Robert Downey Jr, and some of his favorite movies include “Two Hands”, “Brokeback Mountain” and “Candy”.


Height, eyes and wealth

Ethan’s age is 36. He has brown eyes and short black hair, his weight is 180lbs (82kgs) and he’s 5ft 8ins (1.73m) tall.

Ethan’s net worth’s been estimated at more than $3 million as of December 2022.

Martha Clifford

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