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The eldest son of The Beatles producer, Sir George Martin, actor, writer, director, producer, and novelist Gregory Martin grew up inside Abbey Road Studios, witnessing first-hand the creation of the greatest popular music of all time His godfather his father’s friend the comedian Peter Sellers, he received his first kiss at the age of three from Sophia Loren during his father’s recording of Goodness Gracious Me for the movie The Millionairess.

A member of The National Youth Theater alongside Sir Daniel Day Lewis, Gregory trained at the Royal Academy of Art with Alan Rickman and Ralph Fiennes, beginning his stage career at The Bristol Old Vic, The Old Vic, The Young Vic and The Royal Court starring in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, King Lear, and the world premiere of Bent opposite Sir Ian McKellen.

Making his American stage debut opposite Kevin Spacey at New York’s Soho Rep, he received the biggest financial offer in television history for an actor to star in a series – Dynasty – while playing the title role in Ibsen’s Peer Gynt at The Guthrie Theater, turning it down in favor of a starring role in the CBS mini-series Ellis Island opposite Liam Neeson, Natasha Richardson, Richard Burton, and Faye Dunaway.

Accepting an offer from Universal Television to create his own series, he auditioned for the role of James Bond in The Living Daylights, losing out to Timothy Dalton because Cubby Broccoli, Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli considered him too young. Later that year he starred in a production of Hamlet.

In the early ‘90s he sold his first screenplay to Sony Pictures for BAFTA winning director Carl Franklin (Dahmer), subsequently selling other scripts to blue chip producers like Jerry Bruckheimer (Top Gun, Pirates of the Caribbean, Beverly Hills Cop, The Rock.)

Founding King of Kings Worldwide (KOK), a U.K. based film and television production company, KOK’s flagship productions – Strange Days, a dark comedy about Jim Morrison of The Doors, Golden Boy, a movie about Diego Maradona and Corrado Ferlaino, the manager of Napoli, and The Circus, a rock n roll television dramedy -- the Mad Men of rock n' roll -- are currently in pre-production.

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