Actor Bruce Gray has worked extensively in television, feature films, and on the stage. A natural ability to thrive among dramatic ensembles prompted Gray to make his first foray into television as a dependable player on such sudsy daytime melodramas as "All My Children", "The Edge of Night", and "The Young and the Restless" throughout the 1980s. The following decade, the stately yet versatile performer went from soap operas to space operas (and otherwise hard sci-fi) as all manner of otherworldly citizens and high-ranking officials, appearing on such mythology-driven cult hits as "Babylon 5", "Star Trek: The Next Generation", "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine", and "Stargate SG-1". Gray may be a familiar face thanks to his many guest appearances on both daytime and prime-time TV, but Canadian audiences probably know him best from his long-running stint on the popular serial drama "Traders", a show about the ups and downs that go on within the fast-paced environment of an investment bank. He made a splash in American pop cinema with a rare big-screen role as the father of the groom in the 2002 comedic sleeper blockbuster "My Big Fat Greek Wedding". Gray has continued to widely alternate between lofty types and sensible patriarchs with recurring roles on series such as the Showtime's "Queer as Folk" and the psychic/mystery drama "Medium".