Al Gregg

Actor, Film actor

1963 –


Who is Al Gregg?

Al Gregg is an English actor, writer and musician who has appeared in a variety of theatre, television, film, commercials and voice overs.

After leaving school at sixteen he played guitar and sang in various punk bands including the Wall, and appeared in music magazines like Melody Maker, and recorded on the Wall's Day Tripper 12" and EP. After the bands split in 1983, he trained as an actor at the Rose Bruford College of Speech and Drama. His many television credits include, EastEnders, Casualty, Conquest, The Bill, Soldier Soldier, Inspector Alleyn and Lovejoy. He has recently appeared in the films The Real American: Joe McCarthy; Operation Chastity; The Final; Dead Ideas; A Modest Proposal. Most recently Harrigan; Dr Easy; Squat; Write the Future, starring Wayne Rooney and directed by Alejandro G Inarritu and has appeared in Fuelling the Future for the London Olympics 2012.

Alongside his acting, Gregg was the lead guitarist for rock singer Caroline Alexander produced by Ace and also for Rip It Up. Alongside extensive recording work, he frequently appeared live, including headlining the Forum and supporting Girlschool at the London Astoria in 2006.


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Jun 9, 1963
West Brompton
Also known as
  • Gregg, Al
  • England

on July 23, 2013