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New Photoshoot
Posted on: February 23, 2014 by Vicki
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Hello ! I added a new photoshoot of Gregg For Just Jared’s Spotlights of the week! He’s beautiful !

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New Owner
Posted on: February 17, 2014 by Vicki
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Hello I’m Vicki the new owner of the site, you may know me from Daniel Gillies Online, I’ve been a fan since Wizards of Waverly Place, I will be updating the site and gallery very soon.






ZOOEY Magazine
Posted on: June 23, 2013 by Sara
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Gregg was featured in ZOOEY Magazine for June. Check out his interview and the photoshoot pictures below:

Photoshoots > Pictorials > Zooey Magazine 2013
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How old were you when you started acting?

I was thirteen, and this lovely adorable woman [points to mum] got me into it. Basically, it’s a long story, but to make a long story short, my cousin—who was dabbling in acting at the time—went to an audition and my mom was on the phone with her. So my mom said, ‘Ok, let’s see if we can get Gregg an audition’. And I couldn’t get one because I didn’t have an agent. I never wanted to be an actor, and having an agent was the last thing on my mind. So, I went through my cousin’s agent to get the audition. And then thankfully the director kind of saw something in me that I didn’t even know I had. I went back, over and over again, and eventually got the part. I am thankful for my mom because I loved it—I fell in love with being on sets and after that I became obsessed with being an actor. Plus I got to miss school, which was a lot of fun.

So being both a Film and TV actor, which type of work do you prefer, or maybe enjoy more?

I think I enjoy both. TV you’re maybe shooting an episode in seven to 10 days, and the turnaround is very quick because you may see that same episode maybe two months later. Whereas for film, you’re away for maybe three or four months, and it comes out a year and a half later. The hours depending on if you’re doing a sitcom, are very easy, which you know, if you have a family is amazing because you get to have a life as well as going to work. But then obviously if you work on a movie or 1 hour drama, you’re doing 13 hour days, so {laughs} it’s a lot of work. But at the end of the day, I don’t think I’ve ever been to set and thought that I was working. If someone said to me that for the rest of your life you’ll never have a day off, and you’ll be working forever, I’d take it in a heartbeat.

Having enjoyed your work so much, is there a specific character you would say is your favorite to play so far?

Not really. You know, you’re given a role and you try to adapt it to yourself, and you kind of create your own character; and then once you’ve done it you kind of let it go. I think for me, I’ve always been trying to focus on the next [role], but I couldn’t choose one. I’ve been blessed because a lot of the producers I’ve worked with have given me the freedom to create my own character rather than just say ‘this is concrete’ or ‘this is how it is.’ So it’s nice collaborating with everyone.

Have you ever thought about the perfect role you’d like to play?

Yeah, there’s a few. James Bond, Spiderman—those two I’d love to play.

I could see that in you. Why those characters specifically?

Why? {laughs} Because I think it’s every guys dream to hold guns…Not saying that we should hold guns on a daily basis!—but to be a badass, and you know, just beat up the bad guys. And obviously, Bond always has a really good looking woman on his arm. You wouldn’t have to pull my leg to get me to play that one.

And after James Bond of course, who inspires you as an actor or actress?

Probably [Leonardo] DiCaprio. Just because I think from a young age he was always seen as this good looking kid, and that’s what everyone knew him for. And now people respect him because he’s an unbelievable actor, and I like how his career has progressed in that direction. And he also has his own production company, and is pretty much his own boss. He’s taken it to the next level and I really like that.

So, beyond acting what other interests do you have? Any hobbies, obsessions?

Football—well my football, English football. Soccer. Yeah, that’s weird to say. But yeah I love soccer; I also go see movies, hang out with my buddies. My family and I are really close too.

You just turned 21! What were your plans?

Yeah, I threw a birthday celebration with some of my closest friends, so it’s [was] a lot of fun. And it’s really nice because I’ve been [in the U.S.] for 3 ½ years, and I’m [thankful for] a lot of people there because they’ve helped my experience in America become so amazing. So I’m glad that they [came]. {Smirks} And then I’m going to do the 21, typical Las Vegas trip, which I’m very excited about. But yeah, my brother, and my best friend who is a footballer back in London are coming out too. So I’m really excited, but I can’t believe I’m turning 21, it’s scary.






Interview with Shalom life
Posted on: June 21, 2013 by Sara
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British-born actor, Gregg Sulkin, turned 21 less than 2 weeks ago, but he’s already amassed an incredibly impressive resume.

Sulkin made his acting debut in 2002 (at the age of 10) in ITV’sDoctor Zhivago mini-series co-starring Keira Knightley. Just a few years later, he landed the starring role of Bernie Reubens in Sixty Six, director Paul Weiland’s semi-autobiographical film following a Bar Mitzvah boy whose major celebration lands on the same day as the 1966 football World Cup Final.

His big break overseas came when Disney Channel cast him in Pass the Plate as “Gregg from the UK”. Disney fans adored Sulkin, as did the network. What followed was numerous roles in both film and television including a recurring guest role on Selena Gomez’sWizards of Waverly Place as Alex’s (Gomez) love interest, Mason, and a leading role in the Disney Channel Original film, Avalon High.

Most recently, Sulkin appeared in Pretty Little Liars as Ezra Fitzgerald’s young brother, Wesley.

Sulkin sat down with Shalom Life last week to discuss acting in the U.K vs. the U.S, his experience working with Disney, his 21st birthday celebrations, his likes & dislikes, and much more!

ASHLEY BAYLEN (AB): . Happy belated 21st birthday! Was it exciting being able to legally drink in the U.S although you’ve had that privilege in London for a few years already?

GREGG SULKIN (GS): Thanks! I’m not a big drinker to be honest, but it’s nice that I’ll be able to finally go and have a casual beer with my mates once in a while.

AB: How did you celebrate?

GS: I went to Vegas with my brother and couple of close friends. It had to be done.

AB: Until landing your first Disney role on ‘Pass the Plate’, you appeared in UK productions. Do you find acting in England differs from Hollywood?

GS: No. However in L.A, there are a lot more opportunities but then again its more competitive. As an actor, I think I’ve improved a lot since then so hopefully that continues.

AB: You have starred in several successful Disney productions including ‘Avalon High’ and ‘Wizards of Waverly Place’. How would you summarize your experience working in the wonderful world of Disney?

GS: I’ve been very fortunate to have worked with some amazing people as well as companies throughout my career. I’ve been very blessed.

AB: You recently reprised your role as Mason in ‘The Wizards Return: Alex vs. Alex’. What was it like being on set with everyone again?

GS: Loved every second of it. When you work on a show for a long time, you create a special bond with people so it was nice to have that back again.

AB: You were raised Jewish, and had your Bar Mitzvah by Israel’s Western Wall. Can you share some details of what must have been an incredible day?

GS: It was a very special day. I think only 5 or 6 people attended so it was very intimate but beautiful. And Israel is such a lovely country so it’s a day I’ll never forget.

AB: How, if at all, does your Jewish upbringing play into your life today?

GS: Well the Jewish community is all about love and family, which is the most important thing in my life too.

AB: If you weren’t acting, what do you think you’d be doing?

GS: Playing soccer and being involved in the sport somehow.

AB: When you’re not working, where can we usually find you?

GS: The gym, watching sports, watching movies or studying.

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Troix ‘Boys of Summer’ Cover!
Posted on: June 19, 2013 by Sara
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Actor Gregg Sulkin, is one of the 11 cover stars for the big re-launch issue of the glossy. Check out some quotes below:

Magazine Scans > 2013 > Troix – Summer Issue
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Gregg on if he wasn’t acting: “I’d like to own a football club and be involved with that. Help develop young kids fulfill their dreams.”

Grey on his theme song: “duh Nuh duh Nuhduh Nuhduh Nuh duh Nuh duh Nuh duh Nuh duh Nuh DAMON!!! To the old school Batman theme.”