Gregg Daniel is an American actor and director best known for his role (initially recurring, later starring) as Reverend Daniels, Lettie Mae and Tara's pastor, in the supernatural horror drama television series True Blood.
With over 100 credits in film and television, Gregg's roles span comedy to drama to science fiction to children's to procedurals.
An accomplished theatre director, Gregg is the Artistic Director of the Los Angeles-based Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble, and was nominated for a 2013 NAACP Image Award for helming the Los Angeles production of Elmina's Kitchen, which also won the NAACP Award for Best Ensemble for 2103.
Prior to that, his stage direction included 2009's acclaimed production of Tom Stoppard's Heroes, Sybyl Walker's Beneath Rippling Waters, Lee Blessing's Cobb, and Frank McGuinness's Someone Who'll Watch Over Me.
Gregg also directed the world premiere of solo performance artist Joyce Guy's War Stories at the Los Angeles Theatre Center and at St. Mark's Church in New York.
For Theatre 150 in Ojai, California, he directed Athol Fugard's Sizwe Bansi is Dead, Diana Son's Stop Kiss, and the 2004 Pulitzer Prize winner, I Am My Own Wife by Doug Wright.
A trained theatre actor from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, Gregg's stage acting credits Shakespeare Center of L.A.'s production of Romeo & Juliet, the Williamstown Theatre Festival productions of Back Country Crimes, and Gogol, The Mark Taper Forum's Joe Turner's Come and Gone, the Pasadena Playhouse's Jitney, Actors Theatre of Louisville's Master Harold, Hartford Stage Company's Peer Gynt, and South Coast Repertory's Fences, and Death Of A Salesman.
A native of Brooklyn, NY, Gregg resides with his family in Los Angeles.