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Graye in March 2015
Devon Graye Fleming|
March 8, 1987
Mountain View, California, U.S.
|Partner(s)||Jordan Gavaris (2012–present)|
Graye was born in Mountain View, California on March 8, 1987. He studied acting at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. Although Graye is American, he lived in the United Kingdom for all four years of high school. Graye wrote a thriller screenplay titled Allison Adams, which was featured on the 2016 Black List for most popular unproduced screenplays.
|2006||A House Divided||Daniel Sampson||TV movie|
|2007||Her Best Move||Boy #1|
|Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh||Luke||TV movie|
|2009||Call of the Wild||Ozz Heep|
|Exodus Fall||Dana Minor|
|Avalon High||Marco||TV movie|
|2011||Red Faction: Origins||Leo||TV movie|
|One Bad Thing||Guy||Short film|
|2013||Last Weekend||Luke Caswell|
|Khumba||Zebra # 2||Voiced only|
|2015||I Am Michael||Cory|
|2017||I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore||Christian|
|2006–09||Dexter||Teenage Dexter||9 episodes|
|2007||Close to Home||Spencer Gordon||Episode: Internet Bride|
|2008||Bones||Robbie Timmons||Episode: The Finger in the Nest|
|Novel Adventures||Miles||2 episodes|
|CSI: Miami||Noah Campbell||Episode: Wrecking Crew|
|Leverage||Michael Clark||Episode: The Bank Shot Job|
|2009||Saving Grace||Luke Keeler||Episode: Do You Believe in Second Chances?|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Craig Mason||Episode: Ghost Town|
|2010||The Deep End||Josh Chapman||Episode: Nothing Personal|
|2011||The Protector||Sam Campbell||Episode: Pilot|
|Alphas||Matthew Hurley||Episode: Anger Management|
|2012||Body of Proof||Jack Gordon||Episode: Mind Games|
|American Horror Story: Asylum||Jed||Episode: Tricks and Treats|
|2014||The Night Shift||Pvt. Wilson||Episode: Coming Home|
|2015||The Mentalist||Ethan Bittaker||Episode: The Whites of His Eyes|
|2015-18||The Flash||Axel Walker / The Trickster||2 episodes|
- "California Birth Index, 1905-1995". Ancestry.com.
- Wiegand, David (June 6, 2017). "Co-star Gavaris' goodbyes to 'Orphan Black' and all the clones". San Francisco Gate. Retrieved August 28, 2017.
fellow actor Devon Graye ("Dexter"), whose "Allison Adams" screenplay is on the Black List compilation of promising unfilmed scripts
- Jung, E. Alex. "Jordan Gavaris On Why He Waited to Come Out". Vulture. Retrieved 2017-06-14.
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