Gregory Smith
Gregory Smith
Gregory Edward Smith is a Canadian/American actor. He began working as a child actor in the mid 1980s, initially appearing in a number of made-for-video and television films. Smith has since appeared in several Hollywood films, and has become known for his role as Ephram Brown on the television series Everwood, and more recently as Dov Epstein on Rookie Blue.
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Tony Bartolone: Top 5 Movies You Did Not See in 2012
Huffington Post - about 4 years
Why can't a film simply exist without trying to change the world? There are plenty of different kinds of movies, and in the chaos of awards season some wonderful, little flicks are completely forgotten. With last year's underwhelming Oscar season still on my mind, I challenge you to seek out and enjoy the little things in life that never seem to get enough attention. 5. The Most Fun I've Had with My Pants On Drew Denny and Sarah Hagan star in The Most Fun I've Ever Had With My Pants On. Photo courtesy of Drew Denny. This small, simple story succeeds in expressing an extremely interesting emotional phenomenon that happens when somebody dies. There is a certain excitement in grief that can truly influence a person's life. While not much happens in terms of plot or drama, this subtle effort is a breath of fresh air in an industry that is constantly trying to hard. It flows like a small stream though the desert, with the wind rushing and the sunshine bursting from eve ...
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Documentary Explores 'Place-Based' Learning
Education Week - over 4 years
With the storm keeping us out of the office for a few days, I finally had a chance to watch a documentary I've been meaning to get to for several months now called "Schools That Change Communities." The 60-minute film, directed by Bob Gliner, looks at five schools that are seeing positive results through the use of place-based learning (similar to project-based learning, but with a focus on serving local communities). Among other impressive educators, the film features Tom Horn, the former principal of Al Kennedy Alternative School in Cottage Grove, Ore., whom I profiled in an article last April. (Horn is now the principal of a K-5 school in Eugene, where he assured me by email he plans to continue to "hit project and place-based ed. hard" with a "serious continued focus on ecology and sustainability.") The film puts a lens on some very different tacks for incorporating place-based learning into schools. In the tiny town of Crellin, Md., students help design a new playgr ...
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Study Finds Americans Less Religious Than Ever
NPR - over 4 years
The Pew Research Center's Forum on Religion & Public Life has released a new study that looks at the rise of people in the U.S. who do not identify with any religion. Audie Cornish speaks with Gregory Smith, Pew Forum senior researcher and co-author of the study, for more on that growing segment of the population. » E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us
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Trutanich stuck with debt from his unsuccessful D.A. run
LATimes - over 4 years
Los Angeles City Atty. Carmen Trutanich has racked up more than $154,000 in unpaid bills from his unsuccessful run for district attorney, a situation that could complicate his bid for reelection in March. Trutanich failed to make the runoff in the June election for district attorney, a drubbing that prompted him to seek a second four-year term in office at City Hall instead. Yet even before he has begun raising money for reelection, the city’s top lawyer has a pile of bills from his countywide campaign, according to a report filed this week with the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk for the period ending June 30. Trutanich owes $10,000 to his polling firm and nearly $19,000 to his lawyers, Kaufman Legal Group. And then he has $112,000 in unpaid bills from his former campaign consultant, John Shallman, for television ads that aired in the final weeks of the campaign, the report states. Trutanich is currently disputing that final figure because he has not yet receiv ...
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Top 100 Bay Area Bars: Cocktail masters
San Francisco Chronicle - over 4 years
Top 100 Bay Area Bars: Cocktail masters [...] even though the owners, Greg Lindgren, Jon Gasparini and Aaron Gregory Smith, have made seasonal libations the star attraction, the short and sweet food menu also goes far beyond typical bar snacks. The signature Pimm's Cup (homemade ginger syrup "brewed by a ginger fairy" with liquor of choice, Pimm's, cucumber, mint, lemon juice, bitters, soda); the burger ($6) comes with an option to add peanut butter and bacon for $2. Big wood tables, benches and sofa sets - all accented in green to match the shrubbery - combine for a sophisticated hangout especially good for large groups. There's also a killer view of the Bay Bridge and heat lamps aplenty, so you can sip those martinis and specialty cocktails late into the night. Martini Americano (vodka or gin, Lillet Blanc and a lemon twist); the Americano (crushed orange slices with Campari and sweet vermouth and soda water). Bellamy Scotch Sour (lemon, honey, bitters, eg ...
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Caitlin Sullivan-Gregory, Gregory Smith - Weddings
NYTimes - over 4 years
The couple were married in Boston at the Old South Church.
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After Trutanich Loses D.A. Bid, Feuer Guns for His Job as City Attorney
Chatsworth Patch - over 4 years
One day after failing in his bid to become the next district attorney, Los Angeles City Attorney Carmen Trutanich said Wednesday he will seek a second term as the city's top legal counsel. Trutanich finished third in Tuesday's district attorney election behind Chief Deputy District Attorney Jackie Lacey and Deputy District Attorney Alan Jackson, who will square off in a November runoff. Trutanich said today he was still upbeat, and was "looking forward to a second term" as city attorney. "I am the luckiest losing candidate. I am at my desk today, honored to be the city attorney of Los Angeles," he added, reading from a letter to supporters. Trutanich described himself as the most successful city attorney in Los Angeles' history, pointing to 112 jury trial victories in 129 cases, at a time when his office has seen severe budget cuts and weeks of furlough days for staff attorneys each year. Trutanich said he would run for a second term on his record of protecting public sa ...
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Burglary gang hits Daytona Best Buy, makes off with $45K in electronics
The Daytona Beach News-Journal - almost 5 years
DAYTONA BEACH -- An organized crime ring believed to have burglarized stores from Miami to as far north as Connecticut may have struck the city's Best Buy on Thursday, making off with thousands of dollars worth of electronic merchandise, police said. Two men were arrested by Daytona Beach police but as many as 10 people are believed to have participated in the heist that took place at the Best Buy big box store at 1900 W. International Speedway Blvd. Deputy Chief Steve Beres said it's clear the suspects had planned the operation for quite some time. The burglars were able to get away with $45,000 worth of merchandise, including 20 Apple iPads valued on bestbuy.com at as much as $699.99. "This was coordinated," he said. "It wasn't just spur of the moment." Police responded about 5:19 a.m. after the intruders triggered the alarm at the business. Surveillance video shows suspects clad in dark clothing and carrying bags enter the store through the warehouse are ...
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Dewey Partner Joins Allen & Overy
JD Journal - almost 5 years
  We have yet to hit the month of May and now 70 partners have left the law firm of Dewey & LeBoeuf. The latest partner to leave exits from the Washington, D.C. office and worked in project finance. Gregory Smith has now joined the firm of Allen & Overy. Smith works with clients in the fields of development, financing, and privatization of infrastructure projects. Smith graduated from Georgetown University Law Center in 1993 and also works as an adjunct professor for George Washington University Law School.   Smith is the first partner from Dewey to leave the firm for Allen & Overy, which has offices in D.C., New York and 26 other countries. The firm opened in D.C. in June when it added three attorneys from O’Melveny & Myers. Last week there were 14 partners to leave Dewey for rival firms, including a team of five energy and infrastructure partners that left for Hunton & Williams in New York. Two partners left for Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman in New York ...
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Remains thought to be human are animal
my SA - almost 5 years
Remains thought to be human are animal Express-News Copyright 2012 Express-News. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Updated 07:11 p.m., Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Gregory Smith, chief ranger for the National Park Service, said just after noon a worker who was clearing an area along the San Antonio River in the 8500 block of Mission Parkway found what police and others thought could be the leg bones of a small child. Because the bones were found within Mission Espada National Park, which is federal property, the Federal Bureau of Investigation was called to the scene and took control of the investigation.
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Advice to workers: Admire Greg Smith's Goldman Sachs exit, don't copy it
blank - almost 5 years
Greg Smiith, a former executive with Goldman Sachs, became a hero yesterday to workers worldwide, as well as to everyone fed up with fat-cat bankers.
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Falcons Get Their Man, Julio Jones - New York Times
Google News - over 5 years
Gregory Smith/Associated Press Falcons Coach Mike Smith, General Manager Thomas Dimitroff and the owner Arthur Blank, left, decided that Julio Jones, above, was worth trading five draft picks to get. The latest news, notes and analysis of the NFL
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After brawl, Providence nightspot is ordered closed - Providence Journal
Google News - over 5 years
PROVIDENCE — The city has closed on an emergency basis Forbidden City Tea Room, an Asian restaurant/nightclub on Federal Hill that the police say has become a gang hangout. City license regulators took that action Thursday after
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SMITH v. COMMONWEALTH - Leagle.com
Google News - over 5 years
Gregory Smith (Licensee) appeals from an order of the Court of Common Pleas of Dauphin County (Trial Court) denying on the grounds of lack of jurisdiction Licensee's Petition to Accept Appeal From Suspension of Commercial Motor Vehicle License Nunc Pro
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Starring: Gregory Smith, Fiona Highet, Siam Yu, RH Thomson - Toronto Sun
Google News - over 5 years
Gregory Smith stars as Nicholas, a 25-year-old flail whose misadventures have led him home to regroup. Having abandoned his latest venture -- Mormon missionary -- Nicholas comes to his parents' cottage by the sea on the East Coast
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Gregory Smith of Media wins Delco Idol Jr. - Delco News Network
Google News - over 5 years
Delco Idol Jr. winner Gregory Smith (center) is congratulated by Iron Workers Bank President John Whittig (left) and Media Theatre Artistic Director Jesse Cline (right). The 2011 Delco Idol Junior winner is Gregory Smith, of Media
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Gregory Smith
    THIRTIES
  • 2016
    Age 32
    In 2016, Smith directed two episodes of the premiere season of CW's Legends of Tomorrow.
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  • 2015
    Age 31
    In 2015, Smith directed two episodes of the CW's Arrow.
    More Details Hide Details That year, he also directed several episodes of the Canadian supernatural medical drama Saving Hope.
  • TWENTIES
  • 2013
    Age 29
    Smith made his film directing debut in 2013 with his short film Method.
    More Details Hide Details Making his television directing debut, along with his acting role on the show, he also directed five episodes of Rookie Blue.
  • 2011
    Age 27
    He played Slick, the sadistic psychopath, in the 2011 independent film Hobo with a Shotgun.
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  • 2010
    Age 26
    On 18 March 2010, he was cast by Jim Sheridan for his 2011 thriller film Dream House; the movie was shot in Toronto.
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  • 2008
    Age 24
    In 2008, Smith produced the direct release-to-DVD film Wieners, and made a guest appearance on the series Eli Stone.
    More Details Hide Details Smith returned to TV in the series Rookie Blue as Officer Dov Epstein. The series premiered on both ABC and Global TV in Canada on June 24, 2010. Making his television directing debut, he also directed five episodes.
  • 2007
    Age 23
    In 2007, Smith had a small role in The Seeker: The Dark is Rising as Max Stanton.
    More Details Hide Details Smith next appeared in the Richard Attenborough-directed period romance Closing the Ring, playing a younger version of Christopher Plummer's character Young Jack, as well as in the thriller Boot Camp, which co-stars Mila Kunis.
  • 2006
    Age 22
    Smith next appeared in the independent film drama Nearing Grace, which received a limited theatrical release on October 13, 2006; in the film, which co-stars Ashley Johnson and Jordana Brewster, he plays Henry Nearing, a high senior in the 1970s.
    More Details Hide Details The News & Observer's review of the film described Smith's character as "self-deluded" and "perpetually brow-furrowing", although The Seattle Times noted that Smith was "likable", and HeraldNet's review specified that a "better movie will make Smith a star".
  • 2005
    Age 21
    In 2005, Smith appeared in the comedy-drama film Kids in America, which had a regional release in the U.S. During the film, Smith shared the longest on-screen kiss with Stephanie Sherrin, timed at almost six minutes.
    More Details Hide Details He also played in Zenon (Girl of the 21st Century) as Greg.
  • TEENAGE
  • 2003
    Age 19
    For this role, Smith won a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV series (Comedy or Drama) Leading Young Actor in 2003.
    More Details Hide Details During Everwoods filming, Smith owned a home on location in Park City, Utah.
  • 2001
    Age 17
    During the 2000s, Smith appeared in the Mel Gibson-led The Patriot (2000), played outlaw Jim Younger in the western American Outlaws (2001), was featured in the short-lived 2001 CBS drama series Kate Brasher, and was cast in a lead role on The WB Television Network show, Everwood, which became a success and ran from 2002 until June 2006.
    More Details Hide Details His role on the show was described by The Independent Weekly as "one of the best portrayals of a thoughtful, alienated teenager on television".
  • 1998
    Age 14
    Smith subsequently starred in another direct-to-video film, Shadow Zone: My Teacher Ate My Homework, and appeared in three 1998 films: Krippendorf's Tribe, playing one of the children of the title character, The Climb, a drama also starring John Hurt, and the film Small Soldiers, in which Smith had a lead role opposite Kirsten Dunst, and for which he won a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film Leading Young Actor in 1999.
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  • 1996
    Age 12
    Also in 1996, Smith appeared opposite Michelle Trachtenberg in Harriet the Spy.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1994
    Age 10
    Smith began acting when he was fourteen months old, and appeared in a Tide television commercial and in store catalogues. After a role in the 1994 children's film Andre, he starred in the 1995 direct-to-video release Leapin' Leprechauns and its 1996 sequel, Spellbreaker: Secret of the Leprechauns.
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  • 1983
    Born
    Born on July 6, 1983.
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