Born in La Jolla, California, in 1916, Gregory Peck studied pre-med at the University of California, Berkeley. He began acting while in college, and soon after moved to New York to further his interest. After several best actor nominations, Peck eventually won an Oscar for his portrayal of Atticus Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird. He also starred opposite Audrey Hepburn in her debut in Roman Holiday, as well as many other notable films during his length career. Peck died in Los Angeles in 2003.
Gregory Peck was born on April 5, 1916, in La Jolla, California. His parents, Bernice “Bunny” Mae and Gregory Pearl Peck, separated when he was three and divorced several years later. As their marriage broke apart, young Gregory was primarily raised by his maternal grandmother. At the age of 10, Peck attended St. John’s Catholic Military Academy in Los Angeles before returning to live with his father while attending San Diego High School.
After graduating, Peck enrolled in the pre-med program at the University of California, Berkeley. It was there that he became interested in acting and appeared in several school plays. By the time he graduated in 1939, he had abandoned his plans to become a doctor and headed to New York City to pursue his passion for acting, winning a scholarship to the Neighborhood Playhouse, where he studied with notable instructor Sanford Meisner.
While earning his living working various odd jobs around New York City, in 1942 Peck made his Broadway debut in The Morning Star. Though the production was not well received by audiences, Peck earned critical acclaim for his acting and his career began to blossom. Peck also married for the first time, to Greta Kukkonen, with whom he would have three children before their divorce in 1954.
In 1944, Peck landed a role in his first Hollywood film, Days of Glory, playing a Russian guerrilla fighter. His fame grew following the film’s release and continued to flourish later that year, with The Keys of the Kingdom, in which he played a missionary priest and earned his first in a flurry of Academy Award nominations. For his performance as a veteran of the Civil War in The Yearling (1946), Peck received his second Oscar nod, followed by a 1948 best-actor nomination for his portrayal of Philip Schuyler Green in Elia Kazan‘s Gentleman’s Agreement, a film about a reporter who pretends to be Jewish in order to cover a story on anti-Semitism.
Kinderbetreuung und Kindergärten für Ihr Kind
Mit der wachsenden Zahl von Kindertagesstätten in Reading, Berkshire, steigt auch der Bedarf an Fachleuten für Kindergartenarbeiten. Aufgrund des vollen Arbeitsplans finden viele Eltern nicht genug Zeit, um ihren Kindern etwas zu geben. Aber ohne die Fürsorge, die die Kinder verdienen, können sie nicht gut wachsen. Manchmal ist es sogar schwierig, Kinderbetreuer zu finden, die gut genug und erfahren genug sind, um Ihr Kind in die richtige Richtung zu führen.
Diese Möglichkeit hat zu einem großen Geschäft geführt, dem sogenannten Kinderbetreuungsgeschäft oder Kindergarten. Da immer ein guter Kindergarten gefragt ist, bilden sich an der Ecke viele neue Kindergärten. Einige Lesekindergärten, die für ihren Ruf bekannt sind, sind die Tiddlywinks, der Orchard Day, das Monkey Puzzle, das Riverside, das Wigwam, der Leapfrog, die Treetops, die Little Star Schools, die Careshare Nurseries und die Forbury Gardens Day Nursery.
Da diese Branche vielversprechend ist, haben viele Menschen großes Interesse daran, ein Geschäft in der Kinderbetreuungsbranche zu betreiben. Sie möchten also einen eigenen Kindergarten gründen oder sich für eine Franchise-Option entscheiden. Bei der Eröffnung eines neuen Kindergartens müssen jedoch viele Dinge beachtet werden. Das Wichtigste, an das Sie sich erinnern sollten, ist zu wissen, was die Eltern wollen.