Gregory Smith is an American actor best known for his role as Ephram Brown in the family drama series Everwood, from 2002-2006.
He currently stars as Dov Epstein in the police drama television series Rookie Blue, since 2010.
Smith is an accomplished actor who has starred in 25 feature films, including The Patriot with Mel Gibson, Small Soldiers with Kirsten Dunst, produced by Steven Spielberg, and Nearing Grace, which opened the 2005 L.A. Film Festival to critical acclaim.
He was also seen in Reginald Harkema's Leslie, My Name is Evil, which made its world premiere at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival.
In addition to having worked in over 100 television episodes, most notably as the protagonist Ephram Brown in the WB hit series Everwood, Smith is also an accomplished producer.
In 2008 he developed and produced a comedy for Sony Screen Gems that starred Kenan Thompson, Zach Levi and Fran Kranz, and he worked on several film and television projects, including the independent film On the Ice, a story about an Inuit hunter in the Arctic who becomes a witness to a murder.
As an Internet entrepreneur, Smith co-founded TheU.net, an immersive student network that releases high production video tours of the most popular colleges in the U.S.
He and his partner raised $1-million to develop and execute the concept and structured a co-branding deal with AOL Time Warner subsidiary, The WB.