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|Education||State University of New York, Purchase (BFA)|
Life and careerEdit
Peck was born and raised in New York. Her father was from Hamden, Connecticut. As a child, Peck was a member of the TADA! Youth Theater. She graduated with a BFA degree in Theater from the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Theatre Arts. Peck joined the Screen Actor's Guild on her 18th birthday and has done many commercials, voice-overs and print campaigns for national brands, including Levi's, Verizon, Kitchen Aid, Oil of Olay, and others.
Peck's most notable role may be the historical Native American figure Sacagawea in the Night at the Museum film series. Her other film credits include A Case of You, Almost in Love, and Scenes of the Crime. Her television credits include Law & Order: Criminal Intent, a recurring role on All My Children, and the sci-fi police drama Witchblade.
On stage, Peck has done plays that were part of the New York International Fringe Festival, the Samuel French Play Festival, and the New Performance Series at the Incubator Arts Project. At the Public Theater, she performed Suzan-Lori Parks 365 Days/365 Plays and All's Well That Ends Well as a company member of the Shakespeare Lab Program.
Peck has been photographed for French Vogue as well as for the cover of L'Uomo Vogue. At the Whitney Biennial in 2010, her voice accompanied an art installation by the Bruce High Quality Foundation.
|2001||Scenes of the Crime||Sharon|
|2006||Night at the Museum||Sacagawea|
|2008||Naked: A Guy's Musical||Wife||Short|
|2008||Peace of Mind||Angelica||Short|
|2009||Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian||Sacagawea|
|2011||Almost in Love||Kiko|
|2013||Kyôryû wo horô!|
|2013||A Case of You||Jemily|
|2014||Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb||Sacagawea|
|2000||Nicht heulen, Husky||Maggie||TV movie|
|2002||Witchblade||Mija Woo||Episode: Nailed|
|2003||All My Children||Tia||Episode #1.8613|
|2006||Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Sheila||Episode: Wasichu|
|2018||This is A.I.||Narration||TV movie|
|2019||Madam Secretary||Cop||Episode: Valor|
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