Gregory hails from Hollywood royalty. He was born and raised in Beverly Hills, California where he attended Beverly Hills Catholic School, and later Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, California. He eventually studied law and was a law clerk for the Beverly Hills law firm of Keller & Lederer, then later became VP of Production for Sandy Howard Productions, the company that produced the acclaimed Richard Harris movie, “A Man Called Horse. “ This led to a production partnership with his lifelong friend Desi Arnaz Jr. who was Best Man at his wedding to Spice Williams-Crosby. Together, he and Desi, under their Arnaz/Crosby Entertainment banner, developed a variety of motion picture projects for a variety of studios including 20th Century-Fox and Columbia Pictures. His godparents were the late Jack and Flo Haley. Jack, of course, played the Tin Man in the 1939 MGM family classic, “The Wizard of Oz.”
Gregory also wrote the bible and pilot episode “Sammy Davis” for the TV series known as Medal of Honor, hosted by Burt Reynolds. He has one son, Luke Gregory. Gregory continues to write and develop screenplays with his current writing partners Barry Schneider and Gene Church, and he will have his first major motion picture released in 2012 -- the true story of PFC Desmond T Doss, the first conscientious objector in history to win the Congressional Medal of Honor. His newest project “Tesla” is based on the amazing story of Nikola Tesla, the Croatian genius who invented AC and is considered by many to be the greatest inventor of all time. Gregory is also developing three other bio pics, one of his favorite genres. The first is on the most famous Naturalpath in history, Harry Hoxsey, and his 40 year battle against the AMA. The second is on the incredible clairvoyant Edgar Cayce, known by millions of people around the world as the “sleeping prophet.” And the third is on Gregory‘s grandfather, the legendary singer and actor Bing Crosby.