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Gregory Smith as Ephram Brown

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Gregory Smith Honored by Movieline as One to Watch, Canadian-born Gregory Smith received the 1997 UNICEF Award at the Berlin Film Festival.

At the age of 22, Smith already has more than 10 feature films to his name, as well as more than a dozen television credits. He began his acting career at the age of 6 with a starring role in the feature film "Andre." Smith also played the lead role of Sport in Nickelodeon's first feature film, "Harriet the Spy." Other film credits include "Krippendorf's Tribe," playing Richard Dreyfuss' son; "Small Soldiers"; and the independent film "The Climb," opposite John Hurt.

In 2004, Smith wrapped production on the features "Kids in America" and "Nearing Grace," opposite Jordana Brewster, which premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival. Smith starred opposite Mel Gibson in "The Patriot" and was featured alongside Colin Farrell and Scott Caan in "American Outlaws." Smith can also be seen in the independent film "Book of Love," which premiered at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival.

His television credits include "Kate Brasher," opposite Mary Stuart Masterson, Rhea Pearlman and Hector Elizondo. Smith has also had numerous guest-starring roles on such television programs as "Sirens," "The Commish," "The Outer Limits," "Street Justice," "Hat Squad" and "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" He also starred in the television movie "Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century."

Smith enjoys spending time with his friends and three younger siblings, two brothers and a sister who are following in their older brother's acting footsteps. A dual citizen of the United States and Canada, Smith lives in Utah for the filming of "Everwood."

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