Movies, TV

Max Goodman's Last Film, the gun scene

Gregory stars in this award-winning short film. In this excerpt, he explains the concept of suspense by holding a loaded gun to his head.  (watch entire film)

Bad Crooks series, Inside Job

Gregory as the mastermind behind a crime gone horribly wrong, with hilarious consequences.  In this episode, the Crooks try to rob their former employer.  Recommended to watch in FULL SCREEN MODE.

Corporate Knobs office spoof, the bar

In this completely improvised comedy series, Gregory plays the most clueless yet confident member of a group of piggish male executives called the Corporate Knobs.  Here he and the other Knobs gather at a bar to trash a "Gender in the Office" seminar they just attended.  Also, he cozies up to his boss, Rob Gorden, about the com

Short Film Highlights

In the formative years of his career, Gregory tackled roles like Tofu Man and Bigfoot, physical and comic turns that developed his on-camera skills. These are the early film and TV parts that turned him into the acting powerhouse you see today. Footage includes: goofing around in black and white, dodging a car in color, jumping off a table, wielding a gun, hitting his head on a ceiling, and murdering a skier for his handheld. Good times.

Fat Chance movie, the basketball scene

Gregory plays the tallest member of a group of guy's guys who are trying to help their buddy find love, or at least sex. In this scene, Gregory and his friends help explain the finer points of fornication to our hapless pal, Christopher Trunell.

Fat Chance, the kitchen scene

Gregory plays the tallest member of a group of guy's guys who are trying to help their buddy find love, or at least sex.  In this scene, he returns from a blood-spattered date gone wrong and, unfazed by the carnage, has a beer.  Written and directed by Matt Gavin, this scene includes Guy Wegener and Christopher Trune

Racist Hero, short film

Gregory as a young man caught between the racist teachings of his elders and the real-world experience of color-blind humanity. 

Daydream of a Gone World, short film

Gregory plays writer Frank O'Hara, hero of the 1950s and 60s New York School of Poetry.

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