One can trace Canadian performer Greg Bryk's on-camera activity back to the late '90s, but he landed his first significant cinematic break in the 2002 sports comedy Men With Brooms -- with his portrayal of a curling player. After a memorable supporting role as a hardened criminal who sticks up a diner only to meet a bitter end in David Cronenberg's A History of Violence (2005), Bryk tackled at least four major feature assignments in 2007. These included supporting roles in Poor Boy's Game, The Robber Bride, Weirdsville, and Shoot 'Em Up.
Biography by Nathan Southern
- First acting role was as Hamlet in his college's production of the play.
- Was linebacker on his college's football team.
- Nominated for a Gemini Award for his work in Deadliest Sea.