Joined: May 09, 2012
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Hailing from the Washington D.C. area, this towering thespian graduated from Emerson College in Boston with a degree in Acting. Since relocating to Los Angeles, Gregory has been a part of over sixty stage and film productions. Some of his favorite credits include reformed-gang-banger-turned-Buddhist Trey in the feature Broken Spirits and the quintessential All-American fighting machine, PFC Chester Gullette in Aaron Kozak’s The Birthday Boys. He is proud to be a founding member of Theatre Unleashed and serve as its Managing Director.
Working in Los Angeles has not only allowed him to grow artistically as an actor, but also afforded him opportunities to express himself as a writer, director and producer for both stage and screen. His first full-length play, Friends Like These, premiered as a part of Theatre Unleashed’s 2009 Season and has been published by Theatre Unleashed. His next play, a children’s superhero comedy titled Super Sidekick: The Musical, also enjoyed its World Premiere at Theatre Unleashed during the summer of 2010 as a part of the 3rd Annual Festival of New American Musicals, then went on to both the Hollywood and New York International Fringe Festivals, earning Best of Fringe honors at each. It has recently been published by Samuel French.
He is currently seeking new representation. He is a member of both SAG and AFTRA and an Equity candidate.
For more information, Gregory recommends you check out his web site, gregorycrafts.com.