Canadian actor Greyston Holt has made a name for himself in "Durhum County," "Slap Shot 3" and "Lost Boys: The Tribe."
Discovered by filmmaker David DeCoteau at a talent convention in Vancouver, Holt has gone on to build a career in film and television roles. He has trained with Ben Ratner and Andrew Mcllroy. Holt’s talent has led him to lead roles in the Lifetime’s "Just a Girl," HBO’s "Fakers," the 2005 TV miniseries "Into the West," "Sabbatical" Lifetime’s "Seven Deadly Sins," as well as supporting and guest starring roles on "Smallville," "Flash Gordon," "Stargate Universe," SyFy Network’s "Sancutary" and Fox’s "Fringe." In 2008, Holt was nominated for a Leo Award for Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series for his role as Ray Jr. on HBO Canada’s acclaimed series, "Durham County," about a homicide detective who discovers his neighbor and childhood nemesis may be a serial killer.
Beyond acting, Holt is also a musician, playing guitar and singing in a rock/blues band. He enjoys writing and recording music with his band, as well as playing a variety of sports, including snowboarding, volleyball and soccer. Most recently, he can be seen in the Lifetime movie "The Killing Game," as well as guest starring on USA’s "Psych" and CTV’s "Flashpoint."