Gregg Sulkin is a British actor born in Swiss Cottage, Camden, Greater London. Like his character in Sixty Six, he was raised Jewish. He started his career starring in Doctor Zhivago in 2002. He worked for Disney Channel UK. He was on As the Bell Rings (as JJ)…more
Gregg together with his friends, David Henrie, Jimmy Tatro, Patrick Schwarzenegger, and Christopher Titone went go-karting in Boston last July 28, 2012.
Gregg received the "Rising Star Award" at the Hawaii International Film Festival 2011 in Honolulu.
Gregg's height is 5' 9" (1.75 m).
Gregg's dream summer vacation which is to go to New Zealand came true when he filmed there for the Disney Channel Movie Avalon High.
Gregg played soccer for professional teams in London like Queens Park Rangers and West Ham United.
Gregg's favorite movie is The Hurt Locker.
Gregg presented Best Family Feature at the 18th Annual Movieguide Faith & Values Awards last February 23, 2010.
Gregg gave his time to sick children at the Starlight Children's Foundation "A Stellar Night 2010," which was held at the VIP Kids Lounge at the Hyatt Regancy Century Plaza in California last March 19, 2010.
Gregg loves sushi from Westfield in Auckland, New Zealand.
Gregg participated in the Youth Run 4 Haiti event in Santa Monica, California.
Gregg was a fan of Wizards of Waverly Place even before he auditioned.
Gregg loves chocolate chip cookies.
Gregg is one of the stars, along with Meaghan Martin, Tiffany Thornton, and Anna Maria Perez de Tagle, who attended Polkatots Cupcakes' Anniversary Party on March 6, 2010.
Gregg's favorite Arsenal football player is Cesc Fabregas.
Gregg: Success - I think it's a combination of hard work, God-given talent, and luck.
Gregg: Luck is part of an actor's life... There are so many talented actors. Of course, you need a bit of luck in everything you do. It's gonna help you progress in anything you do. I'm a big believer in luck, and I'm a big believer in fate. And I'm also a big believer in hard work.
Gregg: I had idols when I was young and I still have idols. I know how much it means to young kids for you to give them five, ten minutes, fifteen minutes, four seconds of your time. That's the least I could do.
Gregg: Turn up to work and it's kinda not like work; it's just about fun.
Ruba: How was it working with the cast of Wizards?
Gregg: Amazing! I mean it's just terrific. They're so professionals, laid back at the same time. They're just true professionals and great people, down-to-earth people. I'm just very fortunate to work with such an amazing group of people every day.
Gregg: There was one girl to came out to me the other day. She goes, "I hate you!" I said, "What?" She goes, "You broke Selena Gomez's heart." I was like, "No, no, no! That's not me; that's my character."
Gregg: Americans do hamburgers and shakes and stuffs like that. You guys do nice bad food basically... Nothing can compare to American junk.
Gregg: My family have been so supportive. They have just been incredible parents. They've gone everywhere with me and I never kinda want them to not go with me, even when I turn 40, everyone's gonna look at me like, "Why is your mom on the set?"
Gregg: I met Miley like maybe three years ago or two years ago. She came to England doing her first ever concert in London and we kinda spoke, we kinda chatted, and like exchange e-mails and stuff like that. And then, she came to London about six months ago maybe, and she was having her premiere in Leicester Square and I hugged her to say hello, and then the paparazzi took a picture of me and her hugging. They kinda caught it in a really bad angle, so it kinda blew off into a whole story.
Gregg: Selena [Gomez] is a great girl. She is so talented at what she does. She sings; she dances; she acts... Selena's a really nice girl. She's very down to earth and she knows exactly what she wants, so she's a great friend.