Gregory Peck was one of the most iconic and revered Hollywood actors. He first cut his teeth as a professional actor by going onstage with the theatrical adaptation of the George Bernard Shaw’s drama ‘The Doctor’s Dilemma’ and debuted on Broadway with ‘The Morning Star’. Peck made the transition to the silver screen with ‘Days of Glory’ and eventually his filmography embodied films of various genres with diverse storylines.
The list of Gregory Peck movies encompasses films released over a period covering nearly six decades from 1941 to 2000. Some of his most outstanding films include ‘Spellbound’, ‘Moby Dick’, ‘Roman Holiday’, ‘The Guns of Navarone’, ‘The Omen’, ‘Cape Fear’, ‘Yellow Sky’, ‘MacArthur’, ‘The Boys from Brazil’ and ‘How the West Was Won’. Nevertheless his hectic professional career was blighted by several movies which earned negative reviews as well as were box office failures, including but not limited to ‘The Chairman’, ‘The Portrait’, and ‘Terror in the Aisles’.