Arye Gross (born March 17, 1960) is an American actor, who has appeared on a variety of television shows in numerous roles, most notably Adam Greene in ABC Sitcom Ellen.
|Education||University of California, Irvine|
|Spouse(s)||Lisa Schulz (m. 1999)|
He and Lisa Schulz, married in 1999, have a daughter, Sophia, born in 2006.
Education and trainingEdit
Gross attended public school and in 1977 was accepted to the University of California Irvine to study theater. Robert Cohen, then head of UCI's Drama Department later said, "I remember him as an undergrad student actor and knew he was quite good." The following summer he was accepted in the Professional Conservatory program at South Coast Repertory (SCR) in neighboring Costa Mesa, where Lee Shallat-Chemel was then the program director. She remembered how he handled Edgar's "nonsensical" passages in King Lear during scene study. "Arye found a visceral reality and the scene became filled with pathos and meaning. And it just blew me away. I had never seen, really, any actor do that." 
He would be part of SCR's acting company for three years, which culminated in his role in the world premiere of L.J. Schneiderman's Screwball. After that, Director Frank Condon invited him to work with Teatro Campesino under the direction of Luis Valdez, which he did for a year.
Gross has appeared in a number of stage productions with a variety of companies in the Los Angeles area, including LATC, Pasadena Playhouse, Odyssey Theater Ensemble, MET Theater and Stages Theater Center. Gross' stage credits include La Bete for the Stages Theatre Center, Room Service for the Pasadena Playhouse, Three Sisters for the Los Angeles Theatre Center, Taming of the Shrew and Much Ado About Nothing for the Grove Shakespeare Festival, Troillus and Cressida for the Globe Playhouse. He performed in Georges Feydeau's Sleep, I Want You to Sleep at the Stages Theatre Company, where he served as Managing Director.
He is a member of the Antaeus Theatre Company, where he appeared in Mrs. Warren's Profession and as the title character in Uncle Vanya. His South Coast Repertory credits also include the world premieres of Richard Greenberg's Our Mother's Brief Affair, and Donald Margulies' Brooklyn Boy, which marked Gross' Broadway debut when it moved to New York. He also was in the 2016 world premiere of Eliza Clark's Future Thinking.
Gross's best-known television role was on the ABC series Ellen as Adam Green for the program's first three seasons. Gross also starred in the short-lived series Citizen Baines with James Cromwell. Arye has made numerous guest appearances on a wide variety of television series, such as Diff'rent Strokes, Knight Rider, The Outer Limits, Six Feet Under, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Friends and Law & Order: Criminal Intent. He also had a recurring role as Dr. Sidney Perlmutter on Castle.
Gross also played the adult voice of Kevin Arnold on the pilot episode of The Wonder Years when it first aired after Super Bowl XXII. However, the narration was re-recorded using Daniel Stern's voice for the pilot when it subsequently re-aired, and Stern remained the narrator through the entire run of the series.
|1984||Exterminator 2||Turbo||film debut|
|1985||Just One of the Guys||Willie|
|1986||Soul Man||Gordon Bloomfeld|
|1987||House II: The Second Story||Jesse|
|1988||The Couch Trip||Perry Kovin|
|1988||Tequila Sunrise||Andy Leonard|
|1990||A Matter of Degrees||Maxwell Glass|
|1990||Coupe de Ville||Buddy Libner|
|1990||Shaking the Tree||Barry|
|1991||For the Boys||Jeff Brooks|
|1992||A Midnight Clear||Stan Shutzer|
|1992||The Opposite Sex and How to Live with Them||David Crown|
|1994||Two Over Easy||David||Short Film|
|1996||Mother Night||Dr. Abraham Epstein|
|1996||Brittle Glory||Lewis Rosen|
|1997||Big City Blues||Babs|
|1998||Chow Bella||David Felder|
|1999||The Prince and the Surfer||Vince||also Director|
|2000||Big Eden||Henry Hart|
|2000||Gone in Sixty Seconds||James Lakewood|
|2001||Burning Down the House||Bob Washington|
|2001||Accidents Don't Happen||Tommy|
|2002||Minority Report||Howard Marks|
|2008||Jim and Jung||Carl||Short Film|
|2011||The Healer||Dr. Williams||Short Film|
|2011||In Mexico||Jason||Short Film|
|2012||Atlas Shrugged: Part II||Ken Danagger|
|2016||Diani & Devine Meet the Apocalypse||Clovis|
|2017||The Lady Killers||Dan Casey|
|2018||Health to the King||Doctor||Short Film|
|2019||First Love||Richard Crest|
|TBA||The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg||Red Leghorn||pre-production|
|1982||Diff'rent Strokes||Marko||television debut
Episode: "The Peacemaker"
|1983||American Playhouse||Congregation||Episode: "Miss Lonelyhearts"|
|1985||Knight Rider||Elliott Skyes||Episode: "Knight & Knerd"|
|1986||Remington Steele||Albert Wellington||Episode: "Steele at Your Service"|
|1986||Heart of the City||Otis||Episode: "Cold Steal and Neon"|
|1987||Into the Homeland||Joel Bessman||Television Movie|
|1988||The Wonder Years||Kevin Arnold (The Narrator)||voice; uncredited
|1992||Boris and Natasha||Bellhop||Television Movie|
|1994||Confessions: Two Faces of Evil||Jay Jaffe||Television Movie|
|1994–1996||Ellen||Adam Green||series regular; 42 episodes|
|1995||Santo Bugito||Tad/Venus Fly Trap||voice
Episode: "My Name Is Revenge"
|1995||Friends||Michael||Episode: "The One Where Ross Finds Out"|
|1996||The Single Guy||Tony||Episode: "Best Man"|
|1996||The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest||Matthees/Pilot||voice
Episode: "DNA Doomsday"
|1997||Duckman: Private Duck/Family Man||Bobby||voice
Episode: "With Friends Like These"
|1997||The Player||unknown role||Television Movie|
|1997–1998||Profiler||Greg Hayes||2 episodes|
|1997–2002||The Practice||Rabbi Daniel Warner/Walter Beck's Attorney||5 episodes|
|1998||Michael Hayes||Lane||Episode: "Arise and Fall"|
|1998||Cybill||Director||Episode: "Fine Is Not a Feeling"|
|1998||The Outer Limits||Bernard Selden||Episode: "Fear Itself"|
|1998||Rugrats||Attendant/Bear||Episode: "Uneasy Rider/Where's Grandpa?"|
|1998||Diagnosis Murder||Carter Sweeney||recurring role; 4 episodes|
|1998||Millennium||Ed||Episode: "Skull and Bones"|
|1999||Fantasy Island||Jeremy Slater||Episode: "Heroes"|
|1999||Arthur's Quest||Merlin||Television Movie|
|1999||Get Real||Dr. Larry Keehan||2 episodes|
|1999||In the Company of Spies||Todd Simar||Television Movie|
|2000||Martial Law||Agent Randall Wicke||Episode: "Freefall"|
|2000||Just Shoot Me!||Ben||Episode: "With Thee I Swing"|
|2000||Good vs Evil||Orson Williamson||Episode: "Wonderful Life"|
|2000||Chicken Soup for the Soul||Adam||Episode: "The Final Show"|
|2000||Once and Again||Todd Monroe||Episode: "Ozymandias 2.0"|
|2000||Citizen Baines||Shel Eidenberg||unknown episode|
|2000–2004||Judging Amy||Attorney Zahmber/Scott Zomber||2 episodes|
|2001||The X-Files||Dr. Tom Puvogel||Episode: "Salvage"|
|2001||Touched by an Angel||John Baker||Episode: "Bringer of Light"|
|2001||ER||Kevin||Episode: "April Showers"|
|2002||Strong Medicine||Gene Withers||Episode: "Outcomes"|
|2002||John Doe||Dr. Jansen||Episode: "Doe Re: Me"|
|2003||Six Feet Under||Frank Muehler||3 episodes|
|2003||The West Wing||Obstrician||Episode: "Commencement"|
|2003||The Lyon's Den||Edgar Haight||Episode: "The Fifth"|
|2003–2012||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Vincent Demarcus/Paul Winston||2 episodes|
|2004||The Guardian||Mr. Tilden||Episode: "All Is Mended"|
|2004||Without a Trace||Charles Potter||Episode: "Lost and Found"|
|2005–2006||Wildfire||Charlie Hewitt||series regular; 12 episodes|
|2005||Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Hubert Skoller||Episode: "No Exit"|
|2005||Three Wise Guys||Leo||Television Movie|
|2006||Grey's Anatomy||Adam Morris||Episode: "Oh, the Guilt"|
|2007–2008||The Riches||Pete Mincey||4 episodes|
|2007||Mystery Woman: In the Shadows||Jonathan Stansfield||Television Movie|
|2007||Numb3rs||Professor Stanley Novich||Episode: "Contenders"|
|2007||Medium||Cooper Conroy||3 episodes|
|2007||Burn Notice||Perry Clark||Episode: "Hard Bargain"|
|2007||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Saul Picard||Episode: "Blinded"|
|2008||CSI: NY||Wallace Carver/Frank Moore||Episode: "Admissions"|
|2008||Cold Case||Oscar Anderson '81||Episode: "The Dealer"|
|2009||The Ghost Whisperer||Edwin Hathaway||Episode: "Body of Water"|
|2009||Grey Gardens||Albert Maysles||Television Movie|
|2009||Dollhouse||Professor Gossen||Episode: "Belle Chose"|
|2009–2016||Castle||M.E. Sidney Perlmutter||recurring role; 17 episodes|
|2010–2011||The Defenders||Bennie B. Hapwood||2 episodes|
|2010||Proposition 8 Trial Re-Enactment||Dr. Ilan Meyer||Television Documentary|
|2010||Leverage||Larry Duberman||Episode: "The Reunion Job"|
|2010||The Mentalist||Dr. Saban||Episode: "Pink Chanel Suit"|
|2010||Lie to Me||Dr. Hamill||Episode: "Veronica"|
|2011||Second City This Week||Celebrity Guest||unknown|
|2011||The Protector||Dr. Nolan Miller||Episode: "Revisions"|
|2011||Fringe||Malcolm Truss||Episode: "Novation"|
|2015||Criminal Minds||Donnie Mallick||Episode: "Nelson's Sparrow"|
|2017||Designated Survivor||Elias Grandi||Episode: "One Year In"|
|2018||MacGyver||Dr. Isaac Herman||Episode: "UFO + Area 51"|
- "Arye Gross Biography (1960-)". Filmreference.com. Retrieved 2012-05-01.
- "Building Character". Theatertimes.org. February 25, 2016. Retrieved 2016-04-29.
- "Ellen"'s Arye Gross Is Managing Artistic Director of L.A.'s Stages Theatre". Playbill. 12 December 2000. Archived from the original on 2012-10-21.
- Landa, Jeff (28 February 2017). "Antaeus Theatre Co. has a new home in downtown Glendale". Los Angeles Times.
- Deming, Mark The Prince and the Surfer review. AllRovi.com. (All Movie Guide).