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Ian Gray (XI)


Ian Gray is an actor and assistant director, known for The Missing 6 (2018), My Life for Yours (2017) and Your Own Road (2017). See full bio »

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Known For

The Missing 6
The Missing 6 Carter
(2018)
My Life for Yours
My Life for Yours Carl Turner
(2017)
Your Own Road
Your Own Road Waiting room interviewee
(2017)
Alone
Alone Friend
(2014)

Filmography

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 2018 The Missing 6 (completed)
Carter
 2017 My Life for Yours (completed)
Carl Turner
 2014 The Mysterious Death of Mister Naughty (Short) (completed)
Theodore Jakes
 2017 Your Own Road
Waiting room interviewee
 2017 CopAholic
Dr. Green
 2016 Bobby Jr. (Short)
Aaron
 2015 The Honesty Trial (Short)
Former Roommate
 2015 Before You Can Blink
Jake
 2015 Direction (Short)
Patron
 2015 McFarland, USA
Runner (uncredited)
 2015 Killing Me Slowly
Chris Redding
 2015 Mr. Fiance' (Short)
Casey
 2014/IV Alone
Friend
 2013/II Grace (Short)
Partygoer
 2011/I Sal
Club Patron
 2011 Got Comedy? (Short)
Guy
 2010 Waiting for Goldblum (Short)
Student
Show Show Second Unit Director or Assistant Director (2 credits)
Show Show Producer (2 credits)
Show Show Camera and Electrical Department (1 credit)

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5' 10" (1.78 m)
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Ian studies acting at Playhouse West with Robert Carnegie.

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