Devon Graye Fleming is an American actor best recognized for playing the role of teenage Dexter in the television series ‘Dexter’.
Date of birth
Devon Graye was born as Devon Graye Fleming on March 8, 1987, in Mountain View, California, USA.
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Early life & Education
As a young boy he lived in the UK and attended high school there. Later he learned acting from San Francisco’s American Conservatory Theater.
He has been in a relationship with actor Jordan Gavaris since 2012.
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Devon Graye first acted in the TV movie titled ‘A House Divided’ in 2006. That year, he also began playing the role of teenage Dexter in the series ‘Dexter’. After this, he appeared in the films ‘Her Best Move’ and ‘Scar’.
The following year, the actor guest-starred in the TV dramas ‘Bones’, ‘Novel Adventures’, ‘CSI: Miami’ and ‘Leverage’.
Graye also did the TV movies ‘Wisegal’ and ‘Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh’ that year.
Soon after this, he starred in the films ‘Call of the Wild’, ‘Lure’ and ‘Exodus Fall’ as well as guest-starred in the TV programs ‘Saving Grace’ and ‘CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’. I
n 2010, the American actor was cast as Cal Chetley in the flick ‘Legendary’. That year, he also appeared in an episode of ‘The Deep End’. Graye then got the opportunity to act in the TV movie ‘Red Faction: Origins’ and the film ‘Husk’ in 2011.
A year later, he guest-starred in the dramas ‘Body of Proof’ and ‘American Horror Story: Asylum’ and also starred in the films ‘The Discoverers’ and ‘Eden’.
After this, he voiced a character in the flick ‘Khumba’. In 2014-15, Graye did a few small and big screen projects including ‘13 Sins’, ‘I Am Michael’, ‘The Night Shift’, ‘The Mentalist’ and ‘The Flash’.
He then portrayed the character of Bert and Adam in the movies ‘Search Engines’ and ‘Retake’ in 2016. He played Christian in the flick ‘I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore’ in 2017.
In 2019, he wrote the thriller film I See You.
The following year, he starred in Sightless, American psychological thriller film written and directed by Cooper Karl, based on his 2017 short film of the same name.
|Born||8th March, 1987|
|Home City||Mountain View, California, United States|