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He studied in and around Southern California, including at UCLA. As a character actor, Blair has portrayed fall guys (Escape The Night), villains (Fang (film)) and everything in between. Awards include a Geoffrey Award for Best Character Actor for his role in Sylvia, a Stonewall Award for his novel Spewing Pulp, and an EOTM Award for "Best Director of an Indie Horror Film" for Deadly Revisions.
As an actor, Gregory has graced the stage (Sylvia, Working, Six Degrees of Separation, etc.) the big screen (On The Rocks, Ooga Booga, Garden Party Massacre, etc.), and the small screen (Escape The Night, Love That Girl!, Alternate History, etc.).
As a writer, Gregory has been represented on stage (Cold Lang Syne, The Last Banana and Nicholas Nickleby), and in prose offerings such as The Ritual, Little Shivers and the Stonewall Award-winning Spewing Pulp). He has written over a dozen screenplays and received various accolades, including 1st place in the Horror Screenplay Contest. and "Best Screenplay" in the Fantastic Horror Film Festival. Current screenplays sold and/or in production include "Garden Party Massacre", "Heretiks" and Deadly Revisions—which Blair also directed and helped produce.
- Best Director of an Indie Horror Film (Deadly Revisions) – EOTM Awards 
- Best Picture (Deadly Revisions) – Matchflick.com Flicker Awards 
- Best Narrative Feature (Deadly Revisions) – Los Angeles Film Awards
- Best Screenplay (Deadly Revisions) – Terror Film Festival
- Best Feature "Garden Party Massacre" – Fantastic Horror Film Festival 
- Best Screenplay "Garden Party Massacre" – Fantastic Horror Film Festival 
- Outstanding Horror/Comedy Feature" "Garden Party Massacre") – Los Angeles Academy of Film Awards
- Fang (film)
- Serena Waits
- Garden Party Massacre
- Look Back
- Death House
- Ugly Sweater Party
- All Out Dysfunktion
- Natural Born Filmakers
- Ooga Booga
- Deadly Revisions
- Camp Virginovich
- Losing You
- Freudian Eyebrow
- Constitution, USA
- The Last Musketeer
- Samurai Avenger: The Blind Wolf
- The Great Venice Robbery
- Zombie Strippers
- Escape The Night
- Love That Girl!
- Old Dogs & New Tricks
- Fresh Hell
- Horde Busters
- The Man Who Loved His Cat
- Alternate History
- The Immoral Dr. Dicqer
- Meet The Zillas
- Larry Labrat
- Amazing Sports Stories
- World Series 2007 Promo
- The John Kerwin Show
- Queen Christina Goes Roman
- Six Degrees of Separation
- Fat Girls
- Working (musical)
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- "GREGORY BLAIR — Resume — Actors Access". resumes.actorsaccess.com. Retrieved November 14, 2017.
- ""Garden Party Massacre" Is FANtastic's "Best Screenplay" – News". horrorhouseparty.com. Retrieved November 14, 2017.
- "Deadly Revisions". October 30, 2014. Retrieved November 14, 2017.
- "'Deadly Revisions' Picks Up 2013 EOTM Award For Director Gregory Blair! – Horror Society". August 5, 2013. Retrieved November 14, 2017.
- "FlickerAwards". sites.google.com. Retrieved November 14, 2017.
- "Deadly Revisions Takes Several More Awards: Release Details". www.28dayslateranalysis.com. Retrieved November 14, 2017.
- "fhffsd". www.fhffsd.org. Retrieved November 14, 2017.
- Productions, PIX/SEE. "GARDEN PARTY MASSACRE wins L.A. Academy of Film Awards for "Best Comedy/Horror" and "Best Ensemble"". PRLog. Retrieved November 14, 2017.
- Gregory Blair Official website
-  Official Facebook Fan Page
-  Official Twitter Page
-  IMDB Listing
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