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JOSH PECK (Ronnie) previously was praised for his portrayal of a bully opposite Rory Culkin in the acclaimed indie film “Mean Creek,” which premiered at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival and later won the Award of Distinction at the Independent Spirit Awards. Peck has also starred in “Max Keeble’s Big Move” for Disney, “Spun” and “Special.” He lent his voice to “Ice Age: The Meltdown.” Upcoming films include Jonathan Levine’s “The Wackiness,” starring Ben Kingsley, and “American Primitive.”

Peck came to fame as the talented young star of Nickelodeon's top-rated comedy “Drake & Josh.” He co-starred with Drake on “The Amanda Show” and made his feature film debut in the Paramount/Nickelodeon comedy “Snow Day.” In addition, he was Nick's "Kids Pick the President" correspondent.

In 1994, Peck was bitten by the acting bug at age eight, when he and his career consultant mom lived in Boca Raton, Florida. Stand-up comedy is second nature to Peck, who had successful engagements at Catch a Rising Star, Carolines, Stand-up New York, Yuk Yuks, Laugh Factory and Knitting Factory, as well as the legendary Improv. In addition to starring in “Drake & Josh,” Peck has appeared in numerous high-profile guest roles on series such as “ER,” “The Guardian,” “Mad TV” and “Fillmore.” He has hosted the Giffoni Film Awards and was a presenter at the Kids Choice Awards. In addition to his burgeoning film and television career, Peck is committed to numerous charities including organizations and causes that benefit children. 


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