Matt Gray was born in Sydney to English parents with Canadian passports and has had a notable career which includes teaching, directing and performing at many prestigious schools such as LAMDA, the Royal Academy of Dance, the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, the Arts Council of the Isle of Man and Concordia in Shanghai. Most recently Matt was seen performing in Quantum Theater’s production of 36 Views, as well as directing Crime and Punishment for Pittsburgh Irish and Classical Theater (PICT) which the City Paper called “the best production of 2009”. He is currently working on a new adaptation of RUR (where the word ‘robot’ was first used), continuing his research into Live Performance Skills and Digital Technology, is a professor in the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama, and is directing the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama’s production of Richard III.