Jonathan Gregg is rapidly emerging as an in-demand talent on stage and screen. Soon, Gregg will be making his big-screen debut as Victor in Ocean’s Eight, sharing the screen with names like Sandra Bullock and Matt Damon. In the past few months, Gregg has also been appearing on TV screens throughout the country on prime-time shows from some of the most popular networks. Most recently, Gregg appeared on NBC’s BlindSpot and he will co-star in the popular web-series turned television hit High Maintenance as Chris in the season 2 premiere. Additionally, Mr. Gregg played the lead role in the series premiere episode of Blood Feuds with LionTV that aired on Discovery’s American Heroes Channel; played Roger Reister in Investigation Discovery’s show Shadow of Doubt; and appeared in the new national Maybelline campaign, on the hit FOX television show Gotham, and in leading roles for Discovery ID’s Scorned: Love Kills, I Killed My BFF, Deadly Sins, and The Perfect Murder. As a stunt performer Mr. Gregg has graced the screen in a variety of projects including: HBO’s Boardwalk Empire and the short film Bad Apples. He also wrote, produced, and starred in the short film, The Basic Whisperer, which is currently being submitted to film festivals around the world. On both theatre and opera stages, Gregg has performed to critical acclaim. Last summer, he stole the show in his climactic scene as Corporal Bloom in From Here to Eternity with Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival. Critics wrote: “Jonathan Gregg is affecting as Daniel Bloom.” Mr. Gregg also earned Broadway World’s “Critic’s Choice Supporting Actor Award” for his portrayal of Sir Lancelot in Theater by the Sea’s production of Spamalot, which he will reprise with North Shore Music Theatre. Seamlessly able to transition from dramatic acting to comedic improv, Gregg is a cast member of the Japanese Game Show style improv comedy show BATSU! New York. The performers of BATSU! are members of the acclaimed comedy group Face Off Unlimited. Previously, he appeared in the title role of Danny and the Deep Blue Sea by Oscar Award winner John Patrick Stanley at Playhouse on Park and in the anvil chorus of Il trovatore with The Metropolitan Opera, where he will return to this season for their production of Norma.