Greg Bryk has established himself as one of Canada's busiest and most interesting actors. Creating memorable characters as he moves seamlessly between comedy and drama, Bryk is on the verge of breaking through with real mainstream success. Bryk was first introduced to audiences as Alexander ‘The Juggernaut’ Yount in the charming comedy “Men With Brooms.” He has balanced four seasons as Weston Fields on the critically acclaimed television series “ReGenesis” while shooting features and other work. He has also worked in major TV mini-series and MOW's such as Lifetime's “The Gathering,” Margaret Atwood's “The Robber Bride,” Syfy's "Red: Werewolf Hunter" and NBC's "XIII."
Bryk’s feature film work includes David Cronenberg's “A History Of Violence,” New Line Cinema's “Shoot 'Em Up,” Allan Moyle's “Weirdsville” and his award winning performance in Clement Virgo's gritty drama “Poor Boy's Game.” Some of Bryk's other roles include parts in Marvel Comic's “The Incredible Hulk” and “SAW V and 3D." He can also be seen in Simon Ennis's eccentric comedic gem “You Might As Well Live,” the Stephen King thriller “Dolan's Cadillac” and "Act Of Dishonour."
After being nominated for a Gemini for his work in the television movie "Deadliest Sea" and enjoying roles on Showcase's "Crash & Burn" and Disney's "Aaron Stone," Bryk was thrilled to reprise his popular character, Col. Amos in the Showcase/Canal Plus series "XIII" as well as play a major role in Tarsem Singh's Greek mythology epic "Immortals" which will be released on 11/11/11.
Bryk currently makes his home in Toronto with his wife Danielle and three children, Dempsey, Billy and Ella.