September 24, 1987
Bloomington, Indiana, United States
Actor Grey Damon spent much of his career in various teen dramas but also graced more adult-oriented fare such as "True Blood" (HBO, 2008-2014), "Friday Night Lights" (NBC, 2006-2011) and "Aquarius" (NBC, 2015-16). Born in Bloomington, IN in 1987, Damon made his screen debut playing a waiter in "90210" (The CW, 2008-2013) and subsequently landed one-off appearances in "Lincoln Heights" (ABC Family, 2009-2011), "Greek" (ABC Family, 2007-2011) and "10 Things I Hate About You" (ABC Family, 2009-2010). In 2010, he twice got the chance to showcase his football skills, firstly as doping high school quarterback Kitch Maynard in vampire phenomenon "True Blood" (HBO, 2008-2014), and then as hippie wide receiver Hastings Ruckle in the acclaimed "Friday Night Lights" (NBC, 2006-2011). After making his feature film debut in high school horror "The Devil Within" (2010), Damon was cast as ill-fated love interest Brian Rezza in feline fantasy "The Nine Lives of Chloe King" (ABC Family, 2011), voodoo practitioner Lee LaBeque in supernatural drama "The Secret Circle" (The CW, 2011-12) and Danny's nemesis Archie Yates in mystery thriller "Twisted" (ABC Family, 2013-14). He then returned to the big screen to play the younger version of Josh Brolin's vengeful captive in Spike Lee's much-maligned remake of "Oldboy" (2013) and rebellious demigod Chris Rodriguez in fantasy sequel "Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters" (2013). Following a memorable appearance as rapist frat boy Archie Brener in the opening episode of "American Horror Story: Coven" (FX, 2013-14), Damon assumed the role of love rival Grayson Montrose in sci-fi romance "Star-Crossed" (The CW, 2014) and co-starred alongside David Duchovny as undercover narcotics officer Brian Shafe for two seasons of period crime drama "Aquarius" (NBC, 2015-16). Damon then achieved a childhood ambition when he landed the role of villainous Mirror Man/Sam Scudder in "The Flash" (The CW, 2014-) before playing the leading man in "Sex Guaranteed" (2017), a bawdy comedy about a jilted idealist's attempts to win back his ex-fiancee, and signing up for hospital morgue horror "Cadaver" (2018).