Gray is a resident Director for Theatre 40 in Beverly Hills and a volunteer director at Toluca Lake Elementary School for The G.A.T.E Program. His most recent work is "Spider's Web" by Agatha Christie. Audrey Linden from Hollywood Examiner writes, "I have reviewed theatre at the Geffen Playhouse, The Ahmanson, The Mark Taper Forum, The Walt Disney Concert Hall, The Hollywood Bowl etc. We certainly have an abundance of very good theatre here in Los Angeles. Theatre 40's "Spider's Web" by Agatha Christie is in a class by itself as a British drawing room murder mystery. Bruce Gray directed a fine ensemble cast in this "whodunit" with just the right comedic touches. Kudos to Bruce Gray and his fine cast."
He moved to England in 1960, beginning his professional career as the juvenile lead at the Theatre Royal in Bath. Returning to Toronto, he started his own theatre company Aries Productions while doing regional theatre and working on TV, principally in the series SON OF A HUNDRED KINGS and STRANGE PARADISE. This lead to work in the USA, where he starred opposite Diana Sands in THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT and played “Jesus” in GODSPELL. He was encouraged to move to New York, where he landed the title role in WHO KILLED RICHARD CORY?, thus becoming a member of the Circle Rep. He was also under contract to several “Soaps” Including SOMERSET and THE EDGE OF NIGHT, opposite Kim Hunter. Several national tours followed with Patty Duke in MY FAT FRIEND, and later TOO TRUE TO BE GOOD.