The Canadian American actor and director Gregory Smith owns an attractive personality with a charm, who has amazed the audiences of his mind-boggling performances. The 35-years-old actor has been very successful in Hollywood as he got natural acting talents and good looks.
This brilliant actor Gregory Smith is well known for his character as Alan Abernathy in Small Soldiers as well as Ephram Brown on the television sequence Everwood, and more freshly as Dov Epstein on Rookie Blue.
Gregory Smith Married Now; Picture-Perfect Relationship!
The Everwood and Rookie Blue's actor, Gregory Smith, is not gay as he is in a married relationship with his wife, model and actress Taylor McKay.
Back in August 2017, Gregory and his longtime partner Taylor got engaged after he popped a diamond engagement ring to his lady. He even announced his official engagement via Instagram post and thanked her for agreeing to spend lives together. After years of promise to get married, Gregory and his sweetheart shared the wedding vows on 18 August 2018. The fans were overwhelmed to hear the news of their wedding after he officially announced his nuptials with his fiancé Taylor in an Instagram post.
Gregory Smith with his wife, Taylor McKay, on their wedding (Photo: Instagram)
Later on, Gregory shared the glimpse from his honeymoon on Instagram. As per his post, he and his wife went on a beautiful honeymoon at different places including, Ventana Big Sur, Bora Bora, French Polynesia, and Solitude Mountain Resort.
Prior to Taylor, he was dating his girlfriend Ashlee Simpson from 2003 to 2004. In 2003 he dated Melissa Schuman in 2003 and Elizabeth Gooen.
Gregory Smith's Career
Gregory Smith reportedly has accumulated the net worth of $ 9 million. Gregory starred in extra direct-to-video film, Shadow Zone: My Teacher Ate My Homework, and acted in three 1998 movies: Krippendorf's Tribe, playing one of the progenies of the title personality, The Climb, a play also starring John Hurt, and the movie Small Soldiers, in which Smith had the main character opposite Kirsten Dunst, and for which he won a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Feature Movie Leading Young Actor in 1999.
Gregory started acting when he was just fourteen months old and performed in a Tide television commercial and in-store collections. After a character in the 1994 children's movie Andre, he featured in the 1995 direct-to-video issue Leapin' Leprechauns and its 1996 sequel, Spell breaker: Secret of the Leprechauns. Also in 1996, he performed reverse Michelle Trachtenberg in Harriet, the Spy.
Gregory Smith Wiki
Born on 6th July 1983 in Toronto, Ontario, Gregory Smith was born as Gregory Edward Smith to parents, a mother, Terrea Oster, who is a teacher from the USA and a father named Maurice Smith, a producer of low-budget films. He has two brothers named Andrew and Douglas and a sister named Samantha. Standing at the height of 5 feet 10 inches, he belongs to Canadian nationality and belongs to mixed ethnicity (English and Ashkenazi Jewish) as per the wiki.