Gregory was nominated for an Emmy in the category of Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series in 2006 for his role of President Charles Logan in 24.
In 2007 Gregory was in the movie Forfeit.
Gregory is in the movie Igby Goes Down but was uncredited.
In 2002 Gregory was in the following movies:
Life or Something Like It and Adaption.
In 2001 Gregory was in the following movies:
Evolution and Original Sin.
In 2000 Gregory was in the following movies:
What's Cooking? and Boys Life 3.
In 1999 Gregory was in the following movies:
$30 and Fly Boy.
In 1998 Gregory was in the following movies:
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and Small Soldiers.
In 1995 Gregory was in the movie Born to Be Wild.
In 1993 Gregory was in the movie Young Goodman Brown.
In 1989 Gregory was in the following movies:
The Fabulous Baker Boys and Dad.
In 1985 Gregory was in the movie Teen Wolf.
In 1984 Gregory was in the movie Hard to Hold.
In 1980 Gregory was in the movie Airplane!
Gregory's wife, Judie, works as an artist.
Gregory has two children with his wife Judie. His son was born in 1986, and his daughter was born in 1983.
Gregory married his wife, Judie, in 1979.
Gregory's father was once mayor of Burlington, WI.
Gregory grew up on several military bases until the sixth grade, when his family settled in Burlington, WI.
Gregory owns three dogs and four cats.
Gregory currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and 2 children.
Gregory's favourite hobby is playing golf. He plays with only a handicap of 11.
Gregory has appeared on numerous stages around the the US, these include the Mark Taper Forum, South Coast Repertory, Seattle's Intiman Theatre, San Diego's Old Globe, the New York Public Theatre, and the Kennedy Center.
Gregory trained in doing theater at The American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco.
Gregory won the award for Best Performance in a Supporting Role for his role in 'The Birthday Party' at the 2001 LA Drama Critics Circle Awards.
Gregory won the award for Best Performance in a Lead Role for his role in 'Waiting for Godot' at the 2000 LA Drama Critics Circle Awards.
Gregory won the award for Best Performance in a Lead Role for his role in 'The Homecoming' at the 1996 LA Drama Critics Circle Awards.
Gregory was nominated for the 1993-94 Drama Desk Awards in the category of Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Play for his role in 'The Kentucky Cycle'.
Gregory has also been in 20 films that were only shown on television.
Gregory is primarily a television actor. Since the 1970s he has had roles in over 100 different television shows.
Gregory has featured in 20 different movies to date.
Gregory is 5' 9" (175cm).
Gregory was nominated for Broadway's 1994 Tony Award, in the category of Best Actor for his role in 'The Kentucky Cycle'.
Gregory: The degree to which well-dressed, seemingly sensible human beings carry on about 24 continues to astonish me. [The cast] had an after-hours tour of the Supreme Court. It turns out Clarence Thomas is a huge fan. Then, at the White House, Karl Rove showed us aroung the Oval Office and called me Mr. President. That was quite a moment for a dyed-in-the-wool liberal like myself.
Gregory Itzin: First of all when you're playing the President, you don't give a damn about other things! So there's a certain good baggage that goes along with the bad baggage. What do I play next though, the Pope, God?
Gregory Itzin: (working on 24) If you're doing a phone scene – and there are so many phone scenes on 24 – you get called in and you sit on the set while they're talking to you on the phone. And that's very rare.
Gregory Itzin: (on his rather 'quick' love scene on the fifth season of 24) I had a helicopter to catch! But no, it was slightly embarrassing, but I can handle it, I'm an actor.
Gregory Itzin: (on his reaction to the change of his character, Charles Logan on the fifth season of 24) At first I was very, What? What? No! Wait! Stop! but ultimately I trusted them, because they have a hit show and they know what they're doing. And interestingly enough, once he did this, he became more popular, people liked him more. And I think, simply, it's because he finally became decisive and people like their villains to be clear-cut or something like that.
Gregory Itzin: (on his role in 24) When I talk to fans, I get that they love to hate the President, and that's fine. I think the challenge in this role is to be very good in making him very bad, and perhaps out of that, something good will come.
Gregory Itzin: (on his role as President Charles Logan in 24) I tried to do that because at the beginning, I had high hopes that I would be a President to admire.