Mizuo Peck was born and raised in New York City. Her love for acting began at the age of eleven when she auditioned for the children's musical theater company TADA! by belting out a Frank Sinatra tune. Undeniably unique and versatile, Mizuo's career has been an interesting one thus far. Her role as Sacajawea, in the Twentieth Century Fox Films Night at the Museum and its sequel Night at the Museum II: Battle of the Smithsonian, has earned her rave reviews from fans of all ages.
Mizuo earned a BFA in Theater from the prestigious Acting Conservatory at SUNY Purchase. All the while she did commercials and print campaigns for brands such as Levi's, Suave, Verizon Wireless, Wendy's, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Oil of Olay, and Amtrak to name a few. Her most notable modeling job was being shot by Bruce Weber for the cover of L'uomo Vogue.
Mizuo's Television credits include Law & Order: Criminal Intent opposite Chris Noth and Anabella Sciorra, a reccurring role on All My Children, and the Sci-Fi police drama Witchblade.
Her Film credits include the German movie Husky Don't Cry, Scenes of the Crime starring Jeff Bridges, Almost in Love with Alan Cumming, A Case of You with Evan Rachel Wood, and both Night at the Museum movies opposite Ben Stiller and Robin Williams.
In Theater, Mizuo has done plays that were part of the NY International Fringe Festival, the Samuel French Play Festival, and the New Performance Series at the Incubator Arts Project. At the Public Theater, she performed Suzan-Lori Park's 365 Days/365 Plays and All's Well That Ends Well as a company member of their exclusive Shakespeare Lab Program.
In the Art world, photographer Barbara Probst's photos of Mizuo have been in galleries and exhibitions from NY to Germany. At the 2010 Whitney Biennial, Mizuo's voice accompanied a video installation by the art collective known as the Bruce High Quality Foundation.