Leo Gregory

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Leo Gregory (born 22 November 1978) is an English film television actor.

Leo Gregory

Early life[edit]

He was educated for a short period at the independent charity school, Christ's Hospital in West Sussex before being expelled at the age of 15. He then went on to finish his schooling before joining the industry full-time.

Acting career[edit]

Gregory has appeared in many films such as the BAFTA winning "When I was 12",BAFTA and Michael Powell award-winning "Out of Control", Green Street, the Stephen Woolley directed Stoned, BAFTA winning "The Mark of Cain", "Wild Bill" and " Northmen" to name but a few. Television wise Gregory has appeared in the likes of "Mrs Biggs" for ITV, "The Musketeers" for BBC and "Strike Back" for HBO/Cinemax.



  1. ^ "Leo Gregory to star as guitarist Brian Jones" Guardian.co.uk, 17 September 2004 (Retrieved: 25 July 2009)

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