Gregory, Michael 1944–

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Gregory, Michael 1944–

(Mike D'Gard, Mike D'Gord)


Original name, Gary Steven Meimar; born November 26, 1944, in Brooklyn, NY; son of Angelo Socrates and Sally Meimar. Education: Hartnell College, A.A., 1963; San Francisco State University, B.A., 1966. Avocational Interests: Riding motorcycles.

Addresses: Agent—Kathleen Schultz, Kathleen Schultz Talent Agency, 6442 Coldwater Canyon Ave., Suite 206, Valley Glen, CA, 91606. Manager—Ashby/Rojo Management, 1485 South Beverly Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90035.

Career: Actor, voice performer, and writer. Appeared in numerous commercials; also worked as stunt performer. Participant in fund-raisers for law enforcement organizations; Follow Your Heart Foundation, vice president. Military service: U.S. Army, 1968–70.

Member: Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Latino Peace Officers Association, Fraternal Order of Police (honorary member).

Awards, Honors: Named honorary member of law enforcement agencies of Monterey County, CA, 1979, Sacramento, CA, 1985, Huron, CA, 1988, and Tijuana, Mexico, 1990.


Film Appearances:

Tanner, Mr. Ricco, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1975.

Angelo, Two-Minute Warning, Universal, 1976.

Manager of Beverly Palms Hotel, Beverly Hills Cop, Paramount, 1984.

Van guard, Band of the Hand, TriStar, 1986.

Truck driver, Savage Harbor (also known as Death Feud, Raggedy Anne, and Slammers), 1987.

Lieutenant Hedgecock, RoboCop, Orion, 1987.

Security officer at Riviera, The Couch Trip, Orion, 1988.

Rebel lieutenant, Total Recall, TriStar, 1990.

Clem Monk, Lena's Holiday, Crown International, 1991.

Hugh, You, Me & Marley, 1992.

(Uncredited) Agent Weems, Seedpeople, Paramount Home Video, 1992.

Security chief, The Lawnmower Man (also known as Stephen King's "The Lawnmower Man" and Virtual Wars), New Line Cinema, 1992.

Roy Bush, The Glass Shield (also known as The Johnny Johnson Trial), Miramax, 1995.

Jack, Hungry for You, Mystique Films, 1996.

Leiman, Eraser, Warner Bros., 1996.

Tony, Better Never than Late (short film), Sunday School Productions, 1999.

Craig's father, Born Bad, Concorde, 1999.

Narrator, Submitted for Your Approval (short film), Sixth Dimension Productions, 2000.

Manny Molka, Spider's Web, Columbia TriStar, 2001.

Eddie, Outlaw, 2001.

Police Chief Sam Taylor, Fangs, Lions Gate Films Home Entertainment, 2001.

Voice of Laughing Bull for English version, Cowboy Bebop: Tengoku no tobira (anime; also known as Cowboy Bebop: Knockin' on Heaven's Door, Cowboy Bebop: The Movie, and Cowboy Bebop the Movie: Knockin' on Heaven's Door), Destination Films, 2001.

Chief, Murderous Camouflage, Big Quiche Productions/Zygot Films, 2002.

(Uncredited) Limousine driver, S.W.A.T., Columbia, 2003.

Motorcycle cop, Grand Theft Parsons, Swipe Films, 2004.

General Ellison, The Eliminator, Artist View Entertainment, 2004.

Film Work:

(As Mike D'Gard) Additional voices, Sol Bianca: The Legacy (anime), Pioneer Entertainment, 1999.

Television Appearances; Series:

Dr. Rick Webber, General Hospital, ABC, 1976–78.

(As Mike D'Gard) Voice of Baresto for English version, Kido senshi gundam: Dai 08 MS shotai (anime; also known as Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team), Cartoon Network, 1996.

(As Mike D'Gord) Voice of Brilliant Dynamites Neon for English version, Trigun (anime; also known as Trigun # 1: The $60,000,000,000 Man), Cartoon Network, 1998.

(As D'Gord) Voice of Tao master for English version, Outlaw Star (anime; also known as Saihou Bukyou Outlaw Star), Cartoon Network, 2001.

(As D'Gard) Voice of Alpha Bite for English version, Kido senshi gundam 0083: Stardust Memory (anime; also known as Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory), Cartoon Network, 2002.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Officer Auchner, A Gun in the House, CBS, 1981.

Beverly Hills Madam (also known as Ladies of the Night), NBC, 1986.

Lonny "Dog Man" DeMarco, Man against the Mob, NBC, 1988.

Indoctrination officer, Nightbreaker (also known as Advance to Ground Zero), TNT, 1989.

Agent Robbins, Prime Target, NBC, 1989.

Real cop, Working Tra$h, Fox, 1990.

Falcon One, Flight of Black Angel, Showtime, 1991.

Colonel Brixter, Majority Rule, Lifetime, 1992.

Mr. Hacker, Columbo: A Bird in the Hand, ABC, 1992.

Gene, Zero Tolerance, HBO, 1994.

Henri, BBC (England), 1994.

General Wasserman, Stealth Fighter, HBO, 1999.

Chief Patterson, Combustion (also known as Silent Killer), Lifetime, 2004.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Dr. Wade, Jacqueline Susann's "Valley of the Dolls" (also known as Valley of the Dolls), CBS, 1981.

Michael Barzini, Bella Mafia, CBS, 1997.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Quinton, "A Man Called Snake," The Partridge Family, 1971.

Jerry, "Archie Is Branded," All in the Family, CBS, 1973.

Edgar, "Requiem for a Cop," Kojak, CBS, 1973.

Sabation, "Manolo," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1975.

The record producer, "Glitter with a Bullet," Police Woman, 1975.

Rocky, "Good Neighbor, Maxine," Good Heavens, 1976.

Himself, "Valentine's Day Special," Family Feud, ABC, 1978.

Frank Harding, "The Sheikh/The Homecoming," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1978.

Ken, "The Gopher's Opportunity/Home Sweet Home/Switch," The Love Boat, ABC, 1979.

Tony, "Guessing Game," Simon & Simon, CBS, 1982.

Lucky Luciano, "Cleo and the Babe," Voyagers!, NBC, 1982.

"Expert in Murder," Quincy, M.E., 1982.

Tony Lupus, "Murder MTV," Automan, ABC, 1984.

Wells, "Wanted Man: Part 2," Matt Houston, ABC, 1984.

Joey, "Hate the Picture, Love the Frame," Hardcastle and McCormick, ABC, 1984.

Rick Osgood, "Deadly Reunion," Mike Hammer, CBS, 1985.

Detective Bob Greyland) "Final Analysis," Finder of Lost Loves, ABC, 1985.

"The Man Who Cried Fox," Crazy like a Fox, CBS, 1985.

Nikolai, "Kidnapped," Dynasty, ABC, 1985.

Nikolai, "The Heiress," Dynasty, ABC, 1985.

Nikolai, "Royal Wedding," Dynasty, ABC, 1985.

Sonny Carter, "Body Slam," The A-Team, NBC, 1985.

Bar fighter, "The Court Martial: Parts 1 & 2," Matlock, NBC, 1987.

Al, "Shades," Hunter, NBC, 1987.

Man at car, "Once a Son," My Two Dads, NBC, 1987.

Tiffany Howard, "Nowhere to Run," Murphy Brown, CBS, 1988.

Colonel Wojohowitz, "Star-Crossed—June 15, 1972," Quantum Leap, NBC, 1989.

Mr. Cuccinello, "I'm There for You, Babe," Full House, ABC, 1989.

Cop, "Carol in Jail," Growing Pains, ABC, 1990.

Doug, "It's My Art, and I'll Die if I Want To," My Two Dads, NBC, 1990.

Larry Whitecloud, "Trail of Tears," MacGyver, ABC, 1991.

Self-defense instructor, "No, I'm Just Happy to See You," Dream On, HBO, 1991.

Coach Meecham, "Road Test," The Wonder Years, ABC, 1992.

Cop, "Whirlpool," Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1994.

Maintenance Chief Marks, "Someone to Watch over Me," JAG, CBS, 1998.

(As Mike D'Gord) Voices of Asimov, doctor, Doohan, and Gren for English version, Cowboy Bebop (anime), Cartoon Network, 1998.

Mike Montcrief, "Red Sub," Air America, syndicated, 1999.

Westbrook, "Freefall," ER, NBC, 2003.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Sergeant Lou Markowski, Beach Patrol, ABC, 1979.

Kramer, Manimal, NBC, 1983.



(As Mike D'Gord) Voice of Nakago, Fushigi Yugi: Memories First OAV (anime; also known as Mysterious Play, El juego misterioso Fushigi Yugi, and Tajemnica Przeszlosci), Pioneer Entertainment, 1996.

Voice of James Rahl, Eraser—Turnabout (video game), Imagination Pilots Entertainment, 1996.

Voice, The Adventures of Pinocchio (video game), IBM Corporation, 1996.

(As Mike D'Gard) Voice of Totem for English version, Serial Experiments: Lain (anime; also known as Lain and Wirtualna Lain), Selecta Vision, 1998.

Voice of Professor Gill for English version, Jinzo ningen Kikaida: The Animation (anime; also known as Android Kikaider: The Animation, Humanoid Kikaider: The Animation, and Kikaider; originally broadcast in Japanese as a television series), 2000.

(As D'Gard) Voice of Volt Krueger for English version, The Bouncer (video game), Square Electronic Arts, 2001.

Voice of Professor Gill/Gill Hakaider for English version, Kikaida Zero Wan: The Animation (anime; also known as Kikaider 01: The Animation), Ishinomori Productions/Sony Animation, 2001.

Additional voices for English version, Armitage: Dual Matrix (anime), Pioneer Entertainment, 2002.

Voice for Dual! Parallel Trouble Adventure (anime; also known as Dual, Dual! Parallel Lun-Lun Monogatari, and Dual! Una historia paralela; originally broadcast in Japanese as a television series), Geneon Entertainment; also provided voices for the video games The Horde, Midnight Raiders, and The Turn Around.

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