Brian Peck was born on July 29, 1960. He is known for his work on X-Men 2 (2003), The Return of the Living Dead (1985) and Holes (2003).He is the only actor to appear in the first three "Return of the Living Dead" movies.
In the 2001 Planet of the Apes Video Game, he voiced Dr. Zaius, Cornelius and General Ursus.
The game was produced for Playstation and PC by Ubi Soft Entertainment and distributed by Fox Interactive. This marked the franchise's first video game. There were versions of the game made for Nintendo's Game boy Color and Game Boy advanced.
The game's release was delayed for three years due to problems with the long postponed film remake and Fox Interactive's decision to co-publish with another company. When it finally debuted in 2001, it met with largely negative reviews, with the chief criticism being its weak controls and gameplay.
Released around the same time as the Tim Burton "reimagined" version of Planet of the Apes, it follows its own story in the setting of the original 60s films. You are Ulysses, a human whose spacecraft crashed on an ape-ruled planet. When you are captured and readied for 'examination' you want to save your skin, and thankfully a merciful ape gives you a chance to do so. As a human you have no tools, only your intelligence and some loincloth to prevent staring eyes. The game is played from a third-person viewpoint, and you can meet certain characters and talk to them to get information. Hand-to-hand combat ensues when you encounter an unfriendly ape, obstacles need to be overcome by thinking and some acrobatics.