Gregory Crafts

"Gregory Crafts and Alex Knox gave faultless performances."

- Ernest Kearney,
Review of Ada and the Engine

"As his putative rival, Mr. Crafts is suave and elegant, projecting aristocratic confidence which devolves into withering fury and eventually an icy detachment which allows him to walk away from his dying wife."

- Dan Berkowitz, L.A. Post
Review of Ada and the Engine

"[Lovelace] could very easily have become nothing more than a thoughtless smug figure of a husband but [director Heidi] Powers and [Gregory] Crafts avoid that oversimplification, endowing him with a real love for a wife he can never truly understand."

- Christine Deitner, The Theatre Times
Review of Ada and the Engine

"[Crafts] shines just as well... I applaud his ability to transform the role into such a sympathetic character, his final moments with Ada on her deathbed are heartbreaking and tragic. "

- Mike Reyes,
Review of Ada and the Engine

"[Alex] Knox and [Gregory] Crafts are each excellent as the men who both love Ada and yet are eclipsed by her."

- Ernest Kearney,
Review of Ada and the Engine

"Crafts had a different role: the husband of someone who didn’t understand his wife having a technical relationship and friendship, but who learned how satisfaction of that aspect of his wife’s nature made her whole. Anyone who is married to an intellectual or a scientist understand that well, and I think Crafts portrayed it right."

- Daniel P. Faigin, Observations Along the Road
Review of Ada and the Engine

"Gregory Crafts was the only stand-out (except for the extra-campy Richard Epcar) as his performance was solid and his character actually seemed to have an arc to it."

– Douglas Davidson, Elements of Madness
Review of Altered Spirits

"Having seen this role played many times, [Crafts]' is one of my favorite takes..."

- The Geek Authority
Review of Of Mice and Men

"WOW! Spencer Cantrell and Gregory Crafts give riveting performances..."

- StageSceneL.A.
Review of Of Mice and Men

" Lennie – a difficult role, as it’s easy to play it as cliché or caricature – Mr. Crafts expertly conveys the man’s innate dignity and goodness, his simple delight in dreams of having rabbits to pet, and, ultimately, his sorrow and recognition that his 'bad things' have bollixed everything up."

- The Los Angeles Post
Review of Of Mice and Men

"Cantrell and Crafts deliver powerhouse performances. The duo's chemistry was truly infectious and heartwarming."

- Fanbase Press
Review of Of Mice and Men

"Crafts is always stellar, both on stage and in the directorial chair."

- Fanbase Press
Review of Of Mice and Men

"Crafts gives a subtle but provocative performance."

- The Geek Authority
Review of Of Mice and Men

"...Lennie, a role that an equally splendid Crafts invests with such genuine purity and goodness of spirit that George’s decision to stick by him makes perfect if perhaps misguided sense."

- StageSceneL.A.
Review of Of Mice and Men

"Both Cantrell and Crafts do well together independently on stage and as part of the ensemble cast."

- Gia on the Move
Review of Of Mice and Men

"Crafts has the most difficult role to play, but navigates it with genuine unpremeditated emotional resonance."

- Gia on the Move
Review of Of Mice and Men

"[Crafts'] chemistry is abundant..."

- The Geek Authority
Review of Sleeping Around

"Recommended: Martyka and Bell’s sequence is particularly powerful – and so is the nicely pitched emotional scene between Cire and [Gregory] Crafts."

- Stage Raw
Review of Sleeping Around

"Superstar Greg Crafts, for instance kills with comedy in one scene then kills with heartbreak in the next."

- Actor Jim Hanna
Review of Sleeping Around

"Highlight performance was Eric Cire, and the work between him and his scene partner Gregory Crafts elegantly navigated the line between in your face and underplayed."

- Playwright Aaron Kozak
Review of Sleeping Around

"Gregory Crafts excelled as Seaborn Barnes."

- L.A. Theatre Examiner
Review of Round Rock

"[Crafts] is believable and authentic, taking the audience back over 100 years to a time and a place one only reads about but can no longer visit."

Review of Round Rock

"Gregory Crafts as Dr. Spiddermin is terrifically wacky."

- EyeSpyLA
Review of The Spidey Project

"[Crafts gives] a mad scientist cameo to remember."

- Musicals In L.A.
Review of The Spidey Project

"Good ole boy, Chester, tenderly revealed by Gregory Crafts is stalwart and calm under pressure as he keeps Lance and Colin from killing each other before their enemies do."

Review of The Birthday Boys

"The three Marines, Privates Chester Gullette (Gregory Crafts), Lance Tyler (Sean Fitzgerald) and Colin Carney (Jim Martyka) deserve a standing ovation after every performance."

Review of The Birthday Boys

"Gregory Crafts, Sean Fitzgerald, and Jim Martyka sustain an impressive level of tension through the better part of the show, with half-relationships that quickly coalesce into a brotherhood in the face of imminent peril." - L.A. Splash Review of The Birthday Boys

"GO: Crafts, as the most mature and levelheaded of the men, pleasantly subverts the stereotypical Marine."

- L.A. Weekly
Review of The Birthday Boys

"[Crafts] plays The Bear with the maximum of bluster and posturing."

- L.A. Times
Review of The Unserious Chekhov

Gregory Crafts


Gregory Crafts, headshot by Robert Kazandjian Photography



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About Gregory

Gregory Crafts is an award-winning multi-hyphenate creative artist, with more than twenty-five years of experience as an actor, playwright, director, designer, and theatrical producer under his belt. After graduating from Emerson College in Boston, MA with a Bachelor’s in Theatre Studies in 2003, Greg migrated to Los Angeles, California. He currently resides in North Hollywood, CA with his wife, Jenn, and their cats, Miranda and Bailey.

In 2008, Greg co-founded Theatre Unleashed, a 501(c)(3) non-profit theatre company located in North Hollywood, CA, and currently serves as its Managing Director, where he oversees the company’s operations. Greg is also a member of SAG-AFTRA, Actors' Equity, the Dramatists Guild, the Alliance of Los Angeles Playwrights, an Ovation Voter, and a founding board member of the Theatrical Producers League of Los Angeles.

In 2016, Greg and his wife Jenn teamed up to form a live event venue management company. On January 1st, 2017, the pair took control of studio/stage, a unique performance space located in L.A's KoreaTown. Now working under the banner of The StageCrafts, Jenn and Greg are actively seeking new venues to add to their portfolio. Recently, Greg has been named the venue representative to the board of directors of the Hollywood Fringe Festival.

In the age of COVID-19, Greg has turned his passion for tabletop role-playing games into a new hustle, and is now working with Mastermind Adventures as a GM-for-Hire. Book him to run your next Dungeons & Dragons campaign!

With what little free time he has, Greg enjoys supporting local theatre, reading historical fiction, shotgunning sci-fi shows on Netflix, playing video games, designing websites, participating in 5k mud runs, collecting comic books, playing D&D, and practicing martial arts. He also nurses an unhealthy obsession with the Boston Red Sox.








215 lbs.




Age Range













Archery, Baseball, Billiards, Running, Shooting, Swimming, Tae Kwon Do (WTF-Certified 1st Dan Black Belt), Weight Lifting



Firearms, Hosting, Improv, Licensed Driver, Stage Combat, Teleprompter, Voiceover (Animation & Commercial)



Eagle Scout, Sci-Fi/Video Gaming Geek, Role Player/LARPer, Champion Chess Player. Can change pants while driving. Can swordfight left-handed.

For a complete list of credits, click here.

DEMO REEL [1:44]

Think Chewbacca as played by Fred Savage

Scenes: Witness interrogated by the police, Unfaithful Husband argues with his wife, Socially Awkward Tech Genius argues with partner, Arrogant doctor struggles with his own failings, Mr. Nice Guy breaks bad


Car Commercial, Sleep Aid Commercial, News Announcement, Home Rental Commercial

DRAMA: Top Cardiac Surgeon brought low [4:29] 

A top cardiac surgeon discovers too late a critical gap in his training; compassion. Gregory Crafts as Dr. Sam Nelson in Shook.

Featuring Margaret Fitzgibbon Glaccum as Dr. Melanie Shaw

COMEDY: Socially awkward tech genius [0:56]

Socially awkward tech genius Steve “Woz” Wozniak (Gregory Crafts) and uber-famous peer Steve Jobs engage in a battle of egos behind the scenes at the iPhone launch.

Watch Steve Jobs: Missing Footage by Drinks Provided Comedy in its entirety.

DRAMA: Tempted Husband Succumbs [1:55]

Marriage. Children. After years of “living the dream,” the crushing burden of parenthood plus the allure of something new and exciting leads Paul into temptation. Gregory Crafts as Paul in Stress

Featuring Courtney Bell as Sheila and Stella Marantz as Cici

DRAMA: Mr. Nice Guy Broken Bad [1:28]

Nice guy gone bad fresh out of jail confronts his former lover and partner in crime over the whereabouts of the filthy lucre. Gregory Crafts as Tommy in Clyde Hates Bonnie

Catch this joe wilson joint in its entirety.

DRAMA: Innocent Man Interrogated by the Police [0:10]

A student has been discovered murdered on campus, and the police are investigating everyone, including the volleyball coach, Mr. Bryant (Gregory Crafts).

Gregory Crafts – Jake’s Monologue, Silver Linings Playbook [1:04]

It’s Sunday. The game’s on, and the family’s over at Dad’s. Jake’s brother, Pat, who has just been released from a mental health facility, shows up unexpectedly, and suddenly… Jake has some explaining to do.

COMMERCIAL (SPEC): Monster Character [0:31]

Gregory Crafts as The Zombie in this spec commercial. Directed by Dave Orosz, produced by 7th Floor Studios.

ACTION: Sidekick Battles for His Life [1:18]

Four young people are pulled into an alternate dimension through a portal in a sweat lodge. On the other side, four murderous spirits of centuries-old gold hunters await to steal the young peoples’ bodies and return to the living world.

Altered Spirits, distributed by Tom Cat Films 
Directed by Peter Bohush 
Featuring Gregory Crafts as Trey

COMEDY: The Dude, But a Jedi [8:25]

A chance meeting between a fallen Jedi and a royal scoundrel at a wretched hive of scum and villainy, a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away. 

The Force Asleep by Lee Pollero
Directed by Megan Wood
Featuring Gregory Crafts and Elise Golgowski

DRAMA: Ada and the Engine

A music-laced story of love, friendship, and the edgiest dreams of the future. Jane Austen meets Steve Jobs in this poignant pre-tech romance heralding the computer age.

Gregory Crafts as Lord Lovelace
Produced by Theatre Unleashed at studio/stage March/April 2019

DRAMA: Sunny Afternoon by Christian Levatino

November 22nd, 1963: The kickoff of a 46-hour interrogation for Lee Harvey Oswald in the custody of Dallas Homicide Captain Will Fritz – where they discuss; Baynes Barron, Russia, Coca-Cola, Jim Brown, a mysterious package, backyard photographs & Friday afternoon in Dealy Plaza.

Gregory Crafts as Det. Richard “Dick” Simms
Produced by Gangbusters Theatre Company at The Flight Theatre at The Complex, October-December 2018

DRAMA: Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck

John Steinbeck’s immortal tale of two migrant field workers looking for work on the California coast during the Great Depression—the intelligent but frustrated George, and Lennie, a sweet, strong man with a mental disability and a knack for getting into trouble. 

Gregory Crafts as Lennie Small
Produced by Theatre Unleashed at The Belfry Stage March/April 2016

DRAMA: Round Rock by Aaron Kozak

The Texas legend of the Sam Bass Gang, a group of notorious outlaws in the late 1800’s best known for committing one of the largest train robberies in U.S. history.

Gregory Crafts as Seaborn Barnes, Outlaw
Produced by Theatre Unleashed at studio/stage March/April 2013

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Late last year, I decided it was time for me to get back into the Acting game. Professionally speaking, at least. I’d put things on hold in 2009 because of a variety of reasons (which I’m sure I’ll write about in another post at some point), knowing I’d get back to pursuing my dreams “someday.” Y’know, when the conditions are perfect and the stars are aligned, yadda yadda yadda, et cetera and so forth, ad infinitum.

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