About Grey Damon
September 24, 1987
|Place of Birth||:||Bloomington, Indiana, USA|
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Damon was born in Bloomington, Indiana and raised in Boulder, Colorado. He discovered his passion for acting at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts when he landed his first professional job in a production of "A Christmas Carol." When Damon is not acting, he spends his time on other artistic endeavors including writing, drawing, sculpting, photography and music. Grey Damon stars on the hit ABC series, "Station 19," an immediately successful spin-off of "Grey's Anatomy" that focuses on the lives of the men and women at Seattle Fire Station 19. Damon stars as the passionate and fearless Lieutenant Jack Gibson who, when the station's captain must step down, becomes Acting Captain of the station. Damon's breakout television role came in 2010 when he joined the cast of the critically-acclaimed series "Friday Night Lights," playing Hastings Ruckle in the final season of the show. He has since had starring roles on NBC's Charles Manson drama, "Aquarius," opposite David Duchovny; The CW's science-fiction drama "Star-Crossed," with Matt Lanter and his "Friday Night Lights" co-star, Aimee Teegarden; and ABC Family's "The Nine Lives of Chloe King." Damon's other television credits include recurring roles on HBO's "True Blood, ABC Family's "Twisted" and The CW's "The Secret Circle." His guest starring roles include "American Horror Story: Coven," "10 Things I Hate About You," "Greek" and "Lincoln Heights." On the big screen, Damon can next be seen starring in the Screen Gems thriller, Cadaver, opposite Shay Mitchell. The film, set to premiere this summer, follows a woman who takes the graveyard shift a hospital morgue and experiences a series of bizarre and violent events caused by an evil entity in one of the corpses. Damon recently starred in the independent dramedy Sex Guaranteed, alongside Bella Dayne and Stephen Dorff, directed by Brad and Todd Barnes. His additional film credits include roles in Spike Lee's Oldboy, playing the younger version of James Brolin's character, and Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, opposite Logan Lerman.