Apr. 5th, 1974
Oakville, Ontario, Canada
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David Richmond-Peck (born April 5, 1974) is a Canadian actor who has appeared in over 70 film and television roles in Canada and the United States since 2000.
Richmond-Peck was born and raised in Oakville, Ontario. He graduated from Appleby College in 1992, later attending the University of Western Ontario. He studied acting at Studio 58 in Vancouver. He enjoys snowboarding, playing squash, and CAT skiing. Richmond-Peck is also an accomplished sailor, a family tradition that has seen "The Dave" race in several off-shore competitions (C.O.R.K.).
Multiple award winning film and stage actor Richmond-Peck is one of Canada's most visible and versatile actors. From the polygraph operator in The Day The Earth Stood Still opposite 'Keanu Reeves' to his portrayal of Olivier Duval (the man with the tail) in the now cult BBC hit Orphan Black, he has made a career of transforming his appearance for the camera. Rumored to be nicknamed Canada's Philip Seymour Hoffman he continues to shift between the big and small screen in what amounts to over a hundred film and television credits. His work opposite 'Chris Cooper', 'Viola Davis', 'Keanu Reeves', and countless seasoned directors, has garnered Richmond-Peck the reputation of being one of Canada's busiest performers.
Richmond-Peck is married to Canadian actress 'Alisen Down'. They have a son named Lucas Gregory Blair Richmond-Peck. They live in Toronto. As he juggles time between work and family he continues to be an avid kiteboarder and can be seen on the water anywhere between British Colombia, Ontario, or Hatteras, North Carolina.
Was in the process of adopting a child in 2011 with his then-partner, Kelly-Ruth Mercier. They separated and the adoption was disrupted.