Canadian-American Actor Gregory Smith

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Canadian-American Actor Gregory Smith

Gregory Smith, born July 6, 1983, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is a Canadian-American actor, known for his role as Ephram Brown on the television series Everwood.


Smith began acting when he was fourteen months old, and appeared in a Tide television commercial and in store catalogues. After a role in the 1994’s children’s film Andre, he starred in the 1995 direct-to-video release Leapin’ Leprechauns and its 1996 sequel, Spellbreaker: Secret of the Leprechauns.

Also in 1996, Smith appeared opposite Michelle Trachtenberg in Harriet the Spy. He subsequently starred in another direct-to-video film, Shadow Zone: My Teacher Ate My Homework, and appeared in three 1998 films: Krippendorf’s Tribe, playing one of the children of the title character, The Climb, and the big-budget summer film Small Soldiers.


During the 2000s, Smith appeared in the Mel Gibson-led The Patriot (2000), played outlaw Jim Younger in the Western American Outlaws (2001), and was cast in a lead role on The WB Television Network show, Everwood, which became a success and ran from 2002 until June of 2006. His role on the show was described by The Independent Weekly as “one of the best portrayals of a thoughtful, alienated teenager on television”.

In 2005, Smith appeared in the comedy-drama film Kids in America, which had a regional release in the U.S. During the film, Smith shared the longest on-screen kiss with Stephanie Sherrin, timed at 5 minutes 57 seconds.


Smith’s most recent role was in the independent film drama Nearing Grace, which received a limited theatrical release on October 13, 2006; in the film, which co-stars Ashley Johnson and Jordana Brewster, he plays Henry Nearing, a high school senior in the 1970s.

Smith will next appear in the Richard Attenborough-directed period romance Closing the Ring, playing a younger version of Christopher Plummer’s character, as well as in the thriller Boot Camp.