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Austin Peck
Actor Information

Jeffrey Austin Peck


Honolulu, Hawaii

Birth date

April 9, 1971




Season 5


Sand Francisco Dreamin'


Austin Peck portrayed Ryder in the season 5 episode "Sand Francisco Dreamin'".

Biography Edit

Austin Peck played "Austin Reed", a boxer turned marketing executive on "Days of Our Lives", from April 1995 until May 2002.

Born in Hawaii on April 9, 1971, Austin was raised in Los Angeles, California. At the age of sixteen he made his national television debut in a Kellogg's Pop Tarts commercial, after he was spotted in Westwood Village, California, by a Los Angeles talent agent. Austin soon found himself signing with Nina Blachard and travelling to New York, Paris, Milan, Rome,… More Morocco and the Virgin Islands as a working model while making the pages of GQ, Vogue Hommes, Luomo Vogue, British Vogue and Esquire.

At 19, after returning from his modelling assignments, Austin began studying stage acting with Milton Stevens at the Stella Adler Conservatory. He later moved to New York City, where he studied with Sherry Landrum and Terry Somner at the New Actors Workshop and with Richard Southern at Three of Us Studios. Peck moved back to Los Angeles upon joining the cast of Days of Our Lives.

Austin has appeared on national talk shows such as Leeza, The Howie Mandel Show, The Donnie & Marie Show and the Later Today Show. He was seen recently on Charmed.

Austin stays active by hobbies such as boxing and inline skating. He is an accomplished cartoonist and enjoys sketching caricatures of family members and friends.

Career Edit

  • Days of Our Lives
  • Later Today Show
  • Leeza
  • As The World Turns
  • The Bluetooth Virgin
  • Dating Games People Play
  • Mystery Woman: Sing Me A Murder

Gallery Edit

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