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Multiple award winning film and stage actor David 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.
Born into a medical family and raised in Oakville, Ontario, Richmond-Peck now lives in Toronto with his wife, award winning actor Alisen Down, and their new son Lucas. 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.
Richmond-Peck is married to Canadian actress Alisen Down. They have a son named Lucas Gregory Blair Richmond-Peck. Was in the process of adopting a child in 2011 with his then-partner, Kelly-Ruth Mercier. They separated and the adoption was disrupted.
Guest Starring Roles
|John Doe||Stocking Capped Baddie||1x08 - Idaho||November 15, 2002|
|John Doe||Stocking Cap||1x14 - Ashes to Ashes||February 14, 2003|
|Stargate SG-1||Jaffa Commander||7x04 - Orpheus||July 30, 2004|
|The L Word||Eric Sonnenberg||2x08 - Loyal||April 10, 2005|
|The L Word||Eric Sonnenberg||2x09 - Late, Later, Latent||April 17, 2005|
|Smallville||7x05 - Action||October 25, 2007|
|Aliens in America||Evan||1x06 - Homecoming||November 5, 2007|
|Stargate Atlantis||Toran||4x14 - Harmony||January 25, 2008|
|Eureka (2006)||Dr. Hendrix||3x08 - From Fear to Eternity||September 23, 2008|
|Fringe||Detective Kassel||2x13 - What Lies Below||January 21, 2010|