David Gray | Acting Coach | David Gray Studios

David Gray


A longtime student of acting, David grew up on and around the stages of New York City. He is a graduate of NYC’s High School of Performing Arts. He studied extensively after high school, with his prime mentor, Anthony Abeson. He also attended H.B. Studios, where he had the pleasure of studying with such teachers (and actors) as Herbert Berghof, Carol Rosenfeld, William Hickey and Uta Hagen.

As an actor, David performed on and off-Broadway. Most notable was his critically-acclaimed portrayal of “Rodolpho” in the Tony Award-winning production of Arthur Miller‘s A View From The Bridge. He has performed at Lincoln Center, The John Houseman Theater, Playwright Horizons and many other venues in NYC. He is a company member at South Coast Repertory Theater in Orange County, California.

He has appeared in several feature films, working with Academy Award-winning directors Oliver Stone in Nixon (1995), and Anthony Minghella in Mr. Wonderful (1993). As well as other feature films, like One Good Cop (1991), Mr. Wonderful (1993), S.F.W. (1994), Mutiny (1999), Dead Presidents (1995), Lawn Dogs (1997), Cops and Robbersons (1994), Why Do Fools Fall in Love (1998), Soldier Boyz (1997) and more. He has been a regular on three network series: Fox’s 21 Jump Street (1987), NBC’s Dream Street (1989) and NBC’s The Client (1995), as well as many guest star appearances, and lead roles in movies of the week, and miniseries.