David A. Gregory

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David A. Gregory
Born David Andrew Gregory
August 19, 1985 (1985-08-19) (age 33)
Fairbanks, Alaska, U.S.
Alma mater Baldwin Wallace University
Occupation Actor, model
Years active 2008–present
Website davidgregoryofficialsite.com

David Andrew Gregory (born August 19, 1985) is an American actor and writer. He portrayed Robert Ford on the soap opera One Life to Live from 2009 until the show ended in 2012. He writes and produces “Powder Burns”, the Western podcast drama about a Blind Sheriff, which premiered on iTunes in 2015 to rave reviews.

Career

Gregory was born and raised in Fairbanks, Alaska as the middle of three sons. In the summer of 2003, prior to his senior year of high school, Gregory attended Interlochen Arts Camp and took home one of the institution’s top honors, The Maddy Award for Excellence in Musical Theater. He made his professional debut in 2005 at Porthouse Theatre. In 2008, he graduated with a Bachelor of Music in Music Theatre from Baldwin-Wallace College (now Baldwin Wallace University) in Berea, Ohio.[1]

Since One Life to Live ended in 2012, Gregory has starred on multiple television series, most recently recurring on the critically acclaimed “The Good Fight” for CBS All-Access. Also a talented writer, David’s audio Western “Powder Burns” took home the Voice Arts Award for Outstanding Storytelling/Best Performance for an episode dealing with Alzheimer’s disease (the show has been nominated six times). John Wesley Shipp (CW’s “The Flash”) and Ed Asner (“Elf”, “Lou Grant”) star opposite Gregory in the episode. Western Writers of America hails the production as “Darn Good Entertainment. The Future of Westerns.”

In 2017, he joined director James Kicklighter's Angel of Anywhere, starring Briana Evigan, Ser'Darius Blain (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle), and introducing Axel Roldos.

The following year, Gregory’s play “Hank & Jim Build a Plane” was workshopped at The Last Frontier Theatre Conference. The drama follows cinematic legends (and best friends) Henry Fonda and James Stewart as they reminisce about everything from their days as struggling actors in New York to their detrimental feud over politics and The Hollywood Blacklist.[2][3][4]

Filmography

Year Title Role Note
2008 Law & Order Mr. Harvey Stocker Episode: Sweetie
2009-2012 One Life to Live Robert Ford 272 episodes
2010 How Do You Know Matty's Teammate credited as David Gregory
Entertainment Tonight Himself Episode dated 21 October 2010
The View Himself Episode dated 18 November 2010
2012 Gossip Girl Aiden Hill Episode: It Girl, Interrupted
Excuse Me For Living Bruce
2013 Deception Kyle Farrell 8 episodes
2014 Elementary Nicholas Orman Episode: Corpse De Ballet
Lily in the Grinder Ryan Film short
Chasing Yesterday Matthew
Constantine Eddie 2 episodes
2015 Youthful Daze Richie Kingsly Main cast
Don't Be a Drip Aiden Film short
2016 The Night Shift Carter Stafford Episode: Burned
The Stranger Inside Jason Film
2017 The Good Fight Zach Devine 2 episodes
2018 Insatiable Shane 1 episode

References

  1. ^ "David A. Gregory Biography".
  2. ^ https://www.angelofanywhere.com
  3. ^ https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6850968/
  4. ^ http://jameskicklighter.com/narrativ-films/angel-of-anywhere/

External links

  • David A. Gregory on IMDb
  • Official website
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