He is capable of ballroom style dancing.
Gregory is good friends with Jason Robards.
In 1980, he formed the Catalina Production Group Ltd. with Franklin R. Levy. It produced many stage projects and more than two dozen television movies.
He never saw snow until he was 19.
He has suffered drug addiction, but endured the pain with the support of his wife, Randi.
Gregory has brown hair and hazel eyes.
He can do Scottish, Midwest, Irish, British, Spanish, and Southern accents.
His parents divorced when he was 14 years old.
Gregory is an actor, director, singer, songwriter, and producer.
His older sister Kathleen and his younger brother Christopher are both artists.
Gregory has three daughters named Emma, Lily, and Kate. He also has an adopted son named Quinn.
While serving in the Army, he composed songs with his guitar. He was eventually discharged in 1971 as a non-religious conscientious objector.
He has been married to Randi Oakes, who is an actress, since 1981.
Between the years 2003 to 2006, he played he role of Billy Flynn on and off in the New York production of Chicago.
He occasionally enjoys swimming, surfing, cycling, kayaking and golfing. He also likes to play basketball, tennis, and baseball.
Gregory is an original member of the Surfrider Foundation. It is a non-profit environmental organization that works to protect the coast that was founded in 1984. He is a surfer and claims that he has ridden almost every surfable ocean in the world.
He served as a medic for two years in the Army.
When Gregory worked as a doorman at a nightclub, Jason Robards encouraged him to be an actor. Later on, Gregory quit his job, moved to Los Angeles and began his career.
In 1991, Gregory was nominated in the Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Villain: Prime Time for Falcon Crest (1981).
He is 5'11" tall.
Gregory was discovered on the musical theater stage and returns there often.
Gregory: Surfing keeps my drive and my idealism alive.
Gregory: I had done a lot of plays, particularly at my own theater in LA, and it was the first time in my theatrical life where I didn't feel that my role was also to keep everybody else working hard.
Gregory: That's what I love about doing theater between film jobs. It really does enlarge me and makes me take bigger chances.
Gregory: I love to sing and I do think that my strength as a singer is... I think I have a voice that is certainly sufficient under most any circumstances... but I think my strength is that I really am an actor and I really do have to own what I am saying.
(On Catalina Production Group Ltd.)
Gregory: When my business partner Frank Levi died in 1992, I moved out of LA to Oregon in order to raise my kids there, and I let the company go.
Gregory: If you do TV and film all the time, you just feel like you are shrinking. With each performance you are getting tighter, and smaller, and more compact; working for the close-ups only. And I think that shrinks you talent-wise after a while.
Gregory: What I ended up doing was becoming an actor who didn't mind doing other people's words.
Gregory: I have to be very careful about how often I drag my family to places. They need some stability in their lives.
Gregory: I didn't feel compromised as an actor, and allowed other people's fingerprints all over that aspect.
Gregory: I didn't study acting for nine years to become a hunk.