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 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.
Richmond-Peck has appeared in multiple roles on television since 2000, including recurring appearances in Jeremiah, The L Word and Traveler, as well as multiple but different roles on Smallville. From 2005-2008, he starred as "Geoff McAlister" in 19 episodes of the Canadian TV series Robson Arms. He appeared in a supporting role on ABC-TV's re-imagined V series as resistance fighter "Georgie Sutton".
His film credits include the television films Family Sins and Mary Higgins Clark's Try to Remember (both 2004), as well as the theatrical releases Fantastic Four (2005), She's the Man (2006), Married Life (2007) and The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008). He recently completed the Canadian science fiction/crime film Paradox.
Richmond-Peck has been nominated for two Leo Awards in Canada, winning once in 2006.
He also acted in Smokin' Aces 2: Assassins' Ball (2010) as FBI Special Agent Dominic Dumare.
Richmond-Peck is married to Canadian actress Kelly Ruth-Mercier. They have one adopted daughter.