Hair: Black Height: 6' 2" Weight 160 Eyes: Brown


Pasadena City College, Pasadena, CA: Television/Motion Picture Acting, and Theater Arts major for 2 years; studied acting with Duke Stroud John Robert Powers Acting School, Pasadena, CA; Studied acting with Michael Cushman
Los Angeles City College, Los Angeles, CA: Studied Filmmaking and Acting
University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL: Studied Telecommunication and Film
Stillman College, Tuscaloosa, AL: Studied Directing, Theater Arts
Meridian Community College, Meridian: MS: Studied acting and paralegal studies
Shelton State Community College, Tuscaloosa, AL: Summer Workshop for Writers


Broken Honor (Short film) directed by Nick Chambers - Extra

Frederick "The Gentleman" Gray (F. Gent) grew up in the Hay Court housing project in his hometown of Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He first began acting in a school play as a matador at Stillman Heights Elementary School. He was honorably discharged from the United States Navy in 1992. During his last two years of enlistment in the navy, he was considering becoming a naval fighter pilot after noticing that there were only a few black naval fighter pilots in the navy. On numerous occasions, he experienced being penniless, flat broke, destitute, impecunious, and lived in a homeless shelter and briefly attended several colleges before dropping out. His interest in acting intensified in 1993 after enrolling in an acting course at Meridian Community College. After a failed marriage in 1996, he decided go back to college and enrolled at Stillman College to pursue a college degree in Theater Arts. He later transferred to the University of Alabama majoring in Telecommunication and Film and then enrolled to Shelton State Community College to bring up his GPA. After bringing up his GPA, he reenrolled at UA but later had to withdraw because of personal reasons and decided to relocate to Pasadena, California to attend film school at Los Angeles Film School. He couldn't afford the expenses of attending film school at LAFS and enrolled in the film program at Los Angeles City College in Los Angeles, California but later had to withdraw because of his living arrangement and lacked the necessary funds to pay for his student film projects required in the program. After attending LACC for a brief moment, he enrolled at Pasadena City College majoring in Theater. He accomplished and achieved several educational goals there by completing numerous acting courses. He also attended private acting lessons at John Robert Powers Acting and Modeling School (JRP) in Pasadena, California. He lacked the funds to attend JRP and borrowed $1500 from his uncle to enroll there. Since 2000, he has been diligently and faithfully writing, developing and creating plentiful Inspirational concepts for film and television. He has written his first screenplay which was originally conceived and developed for a local stage-play. After receiving positive feedbacks from various writers and friends he then slated to present the script to financiers and have it produced as a low-budget film in his hometown. His prayer and heart's desire is to engender Birmingham, Alabama in becoming a world renowned place for talented writers to work together in unison. Eventually, Frederick the Gentleman wants to own movie theaters to showcase his movies across America and build a local black television station as well.