Popular actor Grayson McCouch was born on October 29 in New York City. A prolific stage-trained professional, his successful career spans many genres including theatre, television and films.
Grayson received a Bachelor of Arts Honors Degree in Theater from Hamilton College in Clinton, NY. Furthering his education, he later obtained a graduate degree from the British American Drama Academy, Oxford-Yale program in England. While in London, he performed in Electra at the Almeida Theater and Women Beware Women at the Royal Court.
From 1988 to 1992, Grayson performed with the Williamstown Theater Festival in Massachusetts. His stage credits include Arturo Ul, The Visit, Three Penny Opera, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Inherit the Wind, and The Moonstone.
Grayson got his start on television as Henry on Sibs, then Dr. Morgan Winthrop on daytime drama Another World in 1993. In addition, he portrayed Sean Logan on Legacy (1998-99) and Dr. Mitchell Grace on All Souls (2001). Grayson also appeared on various television programs such as Beverly Hills, 90210 (as Larry Lincoln), The Cosby Mysteries (as Felix Cross), and The Agency (as Omar).
In 2003, Grayson landed the role as Dusty Donovan on As the World Turns. A fan favorite, Grayson earned a Daytime Emmy nomination in 2006 for the Supporting Actor category. He also starred as Dr. Don Masters on the Nick at Nite family drama Hollywood Heights. From 2014-2019, Grayson portrayed Dr. Thomas Wayne on the Award winning Series; Gotham (FOX).
Grayson’s film credits include the blockbuster hit Armageddon (1998) where he portrayed Munition Specialist Gruber and Throttle (2005) in the role of Tom Weaver. In addition, Grayson appeared in television movies such as Airtight (as Rat Lucci), and Momentum (as Zachary Shefford).
In early 2015, Grayson joined another popular daytime drama, General Hospital, in the role of former special agent and police commissioner Kyle Sloane.
In Spring 2020, Grayson will be going back to his early roots, doing theatre again. Grayson will be portraying Deeley, in the play "Old Times" , by Harold Pinter in Europe.