Greg Bryk

Greg Bryk is one of Canada's most dynamic and interesting actors, having created memorable characters and moving seamlessly between comedy and drama. Greg was first introduced to audiences as “Alexander ‘The Juggernaut’ Yount” in the comedy feature film Men With Brooms with Leslie Nielsen. Shortly after Bryk starred in four seasons of the critically acclaimed television series “ReGenesis”.

Bryk is currently one of the supporting leads of the hot new series “Bitten” for Syfy and Space, based on a hugely popular series of novels, in which Bryk plays the alpha head of the werewolf pack, also starring Laura Vandervoort and Greyston Holt.

Bryk has appeared in major TV mini series and MOW's such as Lifetime's “The Gathering”, Margaret Atwood's “The Robber Bride”, SYFY's "RED: The Werewolf Hunter", Hallmark's "Mistletoe Over Manhattan" and NBC's "XIII" ; as well as stand out work in such feature films as David Cronenberg's A History Of Violence, New Line Cinema's Shoot' Em Up, Allan Moyle's Weirdsville. Bryk had an award winning performance in Clement Virgo's gritty drama Poor Boy's Game also starring Danny Glover.

Some of Bryk’s feature roles include parts in Marvel Comic's The Incredible Hulk, SAW V and SAW 3D and Red to name a few. He can also be seen in Simon Ennis's eccentric comedic gem You Might As Well Live, the Stephen King thriller Dolan's Cadillac and Act Of Dishonor.

After a Gemini nomination for his work in the television movie "Deadliest Sea", Bryk played regular roles on Showcase's "Crash & Burn" and Disney's "Aaron Stone". Bryk also reprised his popular character, "Col. Amos", in the Showcase/Canal Plus series "XIII" as well as play a major role in Tarsem Singh's Greek mythology epic Immortals.

Most recently, Bryk has been featured in guest-starring roles on “The Divide” for AMC, opposite Megan Follows as her love interest in the smash hit series “Reign” for The CW, and other popular shows such as “Rookie Blue”, “Nikita”, “The Transporter”, “Covert Affairs”, “Lost Girl”, and “Cracked”. Bryk also starred in the award-winning CBC movie “The Phantoms”.

Greg currently makes his home in Toronto.

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