Gregg Chillin (born 1988) is an English actor best known for his recurring role as Owen, the landlord of the property occupied by Mitchell, George and Annie, in the supernatural television series Being Human, in 2009.
He is also known for his starring role as Zoroaster, a charming, humorous and handsome thief, hustler, grave robber and a jack of all underhanded trades who serves as Da Vinci's connection to Florentine underworld, in the historical fantasy drama television series Da Vinci's Demons.
Gregg started acting professionally at the age of 14. His feature film debut was in A Good Year, directed by Ridley Scott. His numerous television credits include the role of bad boy Owen in the first season of BBC Three's award winning show Being Human.
In 2012, Gregg starred in Inside Men for BBC and Kidnap and Ransom for ITV1. In 2011, Gregg starred alongside Rufus Sewell in the BBC One detective series Zen.
Other television work includes Nearly Famous for E4 in which he starred opposite Aaron Johnson, Pulse for BBC Three and BBC One's Waking the Dead.
He can also be seen on British television in the drama Leaving, directed by Gaby Dellal and starring Helen McCrory and Charity Wakefield.
Gregg starred opposite Parminda Nagra in Twenty8K, a gritty British independent movie which was released in 2012. Other film work includes 126.96.36.199. directed by Noel Clark and co-starring Emma Roberts and Huge, directed by Ben Miller.
Gregg made his theatre debut in DNA/The Miracle at the Royal National Theatre in 2008. He also worked at the Soho Theatre in London on Invasion, directed by Lucy Kerbel.