Gregg Sulkin posing with a fan
29 May 1992
Gregg Sulkin (born 29 May 1992) is an English actor. At age ten he made his film debut in the 2002 ITV'S Doctor Zhivago mini-series. He later landed the starring role in the 2006 British release Sixty Six, and subsequently became known for appearing in the Disney Channel comedy series As the Bell Rings and Wizards of Waverly Place. In 2010, he starred in the Disney Channel television movie Avalon High. He also appears in the television special The Wizards Return: Alex vs. Alex.
Life and career
Sulkin made his acting debut in the 2002 mini-series Doctor Zhivago. He subsequently starred in the comedy Sixty Six, as Bernie Rubens, alongside Helena Bonham Carter, Eddie Marsan and Catherine Tate. Sulkin also played the role of JJ in the Disney Channel comedy, As the Bell Rings, worked on a CBBC children sci-fi show The Sarah Jane Adventures (spin-off of Doctor Who), and played Adam in series 3 two-episode story The Mad Woman in the Attic.
Sulkin was on Disney Channel's Pass the Plate as Gregg from the UK. He had a recurring guest role on the Disney Channel series Wizards of Waverly Place, where he played Alex's love interest Mason Greybeck he reprised his role in 4 episodes of season 3 and returned to the series in its fourth season, and through to its finale.
In 2010 he went to New Zealand making a Disney Channel film Avalon High, which premiered on 12 November 2010. In an interview with Kyle Martino, aired on Soccer Talk Live on the Fox Soccer Channel in the US, Gregg announced that he was a fan of Arsenal.
He reprised his role as Mason Greyback in The Wizards Return : Alex vs. Alex on Friday, 15 March on Disney Channel.
In 2012, Gregg was starred in the American teen drama series Pretty Little Liars as a recurring character, Wesley Fitzgerald brother of Ezra Fitz.
In February 2013, it was announced that Sulkin would play Julian Fineman in FOX's television adaptation of Lauren Oliver's young adult novel, Delirium. On 8 May, it was reported that Fox has decided not to pick up Delirium.
|2006||Sixty Six||Bernie Rubens|
|2009||The Heavy||Teen Two|
|2012||White Frog||Randy Goldman|
|2006||Man on the Moon||Michael Aldrin|
|2010||Avalon High||Will Wagner||Main Role, Disney Channel Original Movie|
|2011||Camilla Dickinson||Frank Rowan|
|2006||Pass the Plate||Himself|
|2007–2008||As the Bell Rings||JJ||Main role|
|2010–2012||Wizards of Waverly Place||Mason Greyback||Recurring role, seasons 3 and 4 (15 episodes)|
|2012||Melissa & Joey||Haskell Davis||3 episodes|
|2012||Pretty Little Liars||Wesley Fitzgerald||Recurring Role|
|2013||The Wizards Return: Alex vs. Alex||Mason Greyback||Main Cast, a 1-hour special TV Event : The Wizards Return : Alex vs. Alex|
|2013||Delirium||Julian Fineman||"Pilot"; not picked up|
|2014||Faking It||Liam||Main cast|
|Television guest appearances|
|2009||The Sarah Jane Adventures||Adam||2 episodes|
|2011||R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour||Matt||1 episode - Season 1 Episode 20 "The Perfect Brother"|
|2011||Get the Look||Himself|
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