Grey Damon

GreyFull name: Grey Damon
Hair color: Brown
Eye color: Green
Height: 6’2″ (1.88cm)
Birth date: September 24, 1987
Birthplace: Bloomington, Indiana, USA
Hometown: Boulder, Colorado, USA
Languages Spoken: English, American Sign Language
Occupation: Actor
Years active: 2009 – present
Zodiac sign: Libra


Grey Damon was born on September 24, 1987 in Bloomington, Indiana to his parents; his mother is an artist, and his father is a business owner. When he was three years old, his family moved from Indiana to Boulder, Colorado. Growing up, his mother took him to the theater to watch plays in their free time. He attended community workshops throughout his childhood and enrolled at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, where he earned his first acting role in A Christmas Carol for the Denver Center Theatre Company in 1999 as Peter Cratchit. Before starting his acting career, Grey played football in high school and planned to continue in college, but ended up never going to college and pursued acting instead.

Grey began his professional career in 2009, where he appeared in an episode of “90210” was a waiter, as well as an episode of “Lincoln Heights” as Serge. He continued to appear in ABC Family television shows in 2010, beginning as Hunter in “Greek”, followed by Trey in “10 Things I Hate About You”. 2010 also gave Grey his first taste of film, appearing as John in the thriller The Devil Within, revolving around a high school party that rages in the Hollywood Hills. He had his first recurring role on the popular series “True Blood”, playing Kitch Maynard, followed by appearing in the pilot episode of the short-lived series “The Whole Truth” as Todd Enger. Next came the television movie The Odds, where Grey portrayed the role of Zach Klein in the crime drama. He joined the fifth and final season of the NBC series “Friday Night Lights” as Hastings Ruckle, alongside Michael B. Jordan.

In 2011, Grey returned to ABC Family as Brian Rezza in “The Nine Lives of Chloe King”, which only held on for 10 episodes. He appeared in the music video for Destinee & Paris’ music video for “True Love,” where he was the main love interest. The next year, he joined Britt Robertson and Thomas Dekker in The CW Series “The Secret Circle”, playing Lee LaBeque. In 2013, Grey joined the Percy Jackson films as Chris Rodriguez in Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters; the film grossed almost $200 million worldwide at the box office. The same year, he appeared in an episode of the popular FX series “American Horror Story” as Archie Brener before the release of the film Oldboy, where he played the younger version of Josh Brolin’s character, Joe Doucett. Also in 2013, Grey landed a recurring role on the Avan Jogia-led ABC Family show “Twisted”, playing Archie Yates. In February, he was cast as Grayson Montrose in The CW series “Star-Crossed”, where he would co-star alongside his “FNL” co-star Aimee Teegarden, and Matt Lanter. The sci-fi drama premiered on February 17, 2014 and, unfortunately, only lasted 13 episodes.

Grey’s next television series would come by starring opposite David Duchovny on the NBC series “Aquarius” as Brian Shafe in 2015. He expressed in an interview that his role as Brian was the role that crossed him over into more adult roles. He would next appear in a couple episodes of “The Flash”, playing Sam Scudder aka Mirror Master, in both 2016 and 2017. Grey appeared in an episode of the second season of “The Magicians” as Dryad before his next film role as Kevin in the comedy Sex Guaranteed. Grey landed a role in the core cast of the “Grey’s Anatomy” spinoff series “Station 19” as Lieutenant Jack Gibson, which premiered on March 22, 2018. Later that year, he starred opposite Shay Mitchell in the thriller The Possession of Hannah Grace as Andrew Kurtz.

In his spare time, Grey loves to get his artistic juices flowing by writing, drawing, sculpting, photography, and playing music.