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Alexander Mackenzie Gray
22 November 1957
Alexander Mackenzie Gray(born 22 November 1957) is a Canadian film, television, and stage actor. He is a dual citizen of the United Kingdom and Canada. He divides his time between Toronto and Vancouver.
Gray was born in Toronto. After studying and working in London, UK, he completed his training at the University of Toronto. He performed in independent films in the UK, but his first North American feature film was The Wars in 1983. A professional actor for over 30 years, he has worked on stage numerous times in Britain, Canada and the United States. He has also appeared in over 130 films and television shows and was a series lead on a major US network. Gray has also done voiceover work for animated series, documentaries and video games. In addition to performing, Gray is a director, writer and producer in film and theatre. He wrote vignettes and "shorts" for several episodes of Sesame Street from 1984 to 1986.
Gray also has a musical background. He was the lead singer and rhythm guitarist of the Toronto rock band The Fridge Stickers. Mackenzie has composed and recorded many songs, incidental music and scores for films, TV shows and web features. In 2008, he co-produced the award-winning feature film Poe: Last Days of The Raven. He taught Film History at The Art Institute of Vancouver for 5 years and teaches Acting for Film at The University of British Columbia. He was a sitting member of the board of directors of the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television for 4 years, as well as a voting member. He also served on the Western Gemini 2006 Committee for that year's Gemini Awards.
Gray has appeared multiple times in Superman media, including twice in the television series Smallville , notably as an older clone of Lex Luthor; and as Kryptonian scientist Jax-Ur in Man of Steel . He played Fangtom in the 2011 animated series Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu , and also took the lead role of Dr. Hitz in the 2016 short film 2BR02B: To Be or Naught to Be based on the short story by Kurt Vonnegut. He also provided the voice for the main villain, Gramorr, in the first two seasons of LoliRock . Gray also appeared in the 2011 horror film Grave Encounters .In 2016, Gray portrayed Lux Dujour in Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency . In 2017, Gray voiced Dandy Grandeur in the My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic season seven episode "Fluttershy Leans In". He currently portrays Walter/The Eye on the FX television series Legion .
|1995||Johnny Shortwave||Performer (voice)|
|1997||2103: The Deadly Wake||Nigel Chan|
|1997||Falling Fire||Joe Schneider|
|1997||Strip Search||Lawrence Durrell|
|1997||My Teacher Ate My Homework||The Reaper|
|1997||The Cellar||Mr. Friendly||Short film|
|1999||Shepherd II||Lyndon / Alter Lyndon|
|2000||Legs Apart||Doctor||Short film|
|2000||The Artist's Circle||Short film|
|2002||Groove Squad||Dr. Nathaniel Nightingale (voice)||Direct-to-video|
|2003||Ben Hur||Rabbi (voice)||Direct-to-video|
|2003||The Hitcher II: I've Been Waiting||Lieutenant||Direct-to-video|
|2003||Therapy||Dr. Alex Manning||Short film|
|2004||Adolescent Nation||Windsor (leader of the tired)||Short film|
|2004||Lucky Stars||Dr. Brown|
|2004||Part of the Game||Dale|
|2005||Ark||Rabble Rouser (voice)|
|2005||Say Yes||The Bartender||Short film|
|2005||Laundry Day||Haunting Man||Short film|
|2005||The Veil||The Husband||Short film|
|2005||The Road That Binds Us||Donald||Short film|
|2006||Till Death Do You Part||Walter Devlin||Short film|
|2006||Memories: A Writer's Confession||John Carter||Short film|
|2006||Tony Hawk in Boom Boom Sabotage||Marshall / Boris / Stilt Walker / Floor Worker (voice)||Direct-to-video|
|2008||Under Pressure: A Story of Microscopic Stakes||Dr. Allen||Short film|
|2008||Poe: Last Days of the Raven||John Allan / Old Man|
|2008||Mothers&Daughters||Book Launch Host|
|2008||Joy Ride 2: Dead Ahead||Bartender||Direct-to-video|
|2008||A Zombie Musical||Short film|
|2009||Barbie: Thumbelina||Rick (voice)||Direct-to-video|
|2009||The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus||First Monk|
|2010||Tunnel||Man on the Lawn||Short film|
|2010||Hard Ride to Hell||Crowley||Direct-to-video|
|2011||Grave Encounters||Houston Gray|
|2011||While I Breathe||Boss||Short film|
|2011||Mulligan's Run||Mulligan (voice)||Short film|
|2012||Fred & Ginger||Fred||Short film|
|2012||The Vessel||Torin||Short film|
|2012||Now and Forever||Male TV Voice||Short film|
|2013||Under the Bridge of Fear||Jervis Pender - Pool Shark||Short film|
|2013||Man of Steel||Jax-Ur|
|2013||Citizen 101: The Religion of Consumerism||Preacher||Short film|
|2013||Metallica: Through the Never||Tall Man|
|2014||Barbie and the Secret Door||Father (voice)||Direct-to-video|
|2014||Unlikely Ally||German SS Leader - Special Guest Appearance||Short film|
|2014||Mina.Minerva||Cemetery Patron||Short film|
|2015||I Wanna Date U||Ted||Short film|
|2015||The Wolf Who Came to Dinner||The Vampire||Short film|
|2015||The Twisted Slipper||Le Duke||Short film|
|2015||The Starlight Heist||Allan Swan||Short film|
|2016||Grocery Store Action Movie||Limey||Short film|
|2016||2BR02B: To Be or Naught to Be||Dr. Hitz||Short film|
|2017||The Catch||Peter||Short film|
|2017||Runaway Christmas Bride||Travis Paulson|
|2017||The Basement||Dad||Short film|
|2017||Heart of Clay||Nicholas Miles Adew|
|2018||Violentia||Senator Edward Frost|
|2018||Eden||The Mad Man||Short film|
|2018||The Prodigal Dad||Sidney|
|2018||Saint Playtrix Day||Liam O Murchu||Short film|
|2021||Belief||Belial (voice)||Short film|
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