Jason Gray-Stanford

Jason Gray-Stanford

Highest Rated: 83% Last Wedding (2001)

Lowest Rated: 25% Phantom (2013)

Birthday: May 19, 1970

Birthplace: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Jason Gray-Stanford made audiences laugh as a co-star on "Monk" (USA 2002-09), a comedy-drama in which he played Lt. Randall Disher, a bumbling police detective with highly unorthodox methods to solving crimes. He also established himself as a reliable supporting player in serious dramas, appearing in such films as the Oscar-winning "A Beautiful Mind" (2001). But Gray-Stanford's own path to success was quirky and unpredictable: most of his early work was as a voice actor for English-language dubbings of Japanese cartoons, including the romantic comedy "Mezon Ikkoku" (YTV 1986-88), in which he was appropriately manic as the hapless lead Yusaku Godai. Meanwhile, for the action-packed "Dragon Ball Z" (YTV 1989-1996), he supplied the grim vocal tones for Raditz, the series' armored, spiky-haired villain. While continuing to work as a voice actor, Gray-Stanford established a live-action career thanks to various appearances on Canadian television. These led to being cast in "Mystery, Alaska" (1999), a hockey-centered drama that received lukewarm reviews, and the far more successful "A Beautiful Mind," in which he played Ainsley, one of a group of graduate students. Both films starred Russell Crowe, whom Gray-Stanford got along so well with that he sang backing vocals on an album by Crowe's rock band 30 Odd Foot of Grunts. Gray-Stanford's upward trajectory was completed by the role of impulsive, not-so-bright Lt. Randall Disher on "Monk." After that show went off the air, Gray-Stanford landed a starring role in the made-for-television drama "Lucky Christmas" (2011), co-starring Elizabeth Berkley. He next appeared in the submarine thriller "Phantom" (2013) before returning to series television with a supporting role in David E. Kelley's short-lived medical drama "Monday Mornings" (TNT 2013), based on a novel by celebrity doctor Sanjay Gupta.

Highest rated movies

Last Wedding
Caroline and Jackie
A Beautiful Mind Summer of 84
The Miracle Season
Earth to Echo
Mystery, Alaska




No Score Yet No Score Yet Coffee Shop Names Charlie (Character) - 2021
52% 83% The Miracle Season Scott Sanders (Character) $10.2M 2018
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Middle of X Dick Derwin (Character) - 2018
72% 67% Summer of 84 Randall Armstrong (Character) - 2018
50% 47% Earth to Echo Dr. Lawrence Madsen (Character) $38.9M 2014
No Score Yet 9% Red Sky Arliss Skidmore (Character) - 2014
25% 33% Phantom Sasha (Character) $460.0K 2013
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Husband She Met Online Craig Miller (Character) - 2013
80% 56% Caroline and Jackie James (Character) - 2012
No Score Yet 14% Lucky Christmas Mike Ronowski (Character) - 2011
No Score Yet 41% Lost in the Dark Roy Evans (Character) - 2007
74% 93% A Beautiful Mind Ainsley (Character) $170.7M 2001
83% 61% Last Wedding Matthew (Character) $111.0K 2001
37% 66% Mystery, Alaska Bobby Michan (Character) $8.9M 1999
No Score Yet 27% The Mighty Kong Ricky (Voice) - 1998
No Score Yet No Score Yet Doomsday Rock Sgt. Thompson (Character) - 1997
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Escape Young Guard (Character) - 1997
No Score Yet No Score Yet Dangerous Indiscretion Video Store Clerk (Character) - 1994


74% 86% The X-Files Officer Eggers (Guest Star) 2018
No Score Yet 62% NCIS: New Orleans Unknown (Guest Star) 2015
90% 82% Bones Roger Flender (Guest Star) 2015
No Score Yet 88% Republic of Doyle Unknown (Guest Star) 2014
No Score Yet 56% Mistresses Unknown (Guest Star) 2014
97% 95% Justified Unknown (Guest Star) 2014
No Score Yet 85% NCIS Dr. Jay Berman (Guest Star) 2012
84% 76% Grey's Anatomy Unknown (Guest Star) 2011
91% 88% Monk Lt. Randall Disher (Character) 2002-2009
No Score Yet No Score Yet Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century Unknown (Voice) 1999-2001
No Score Yet No Score Yet Poltergeist: The Legacy Unknown (Guest Star) 1998
No Score Yet 100% The Outer Limits Unknown (Character) 1998
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Commish Dave (Guest Star) 1993
No Score Yet No Score Yet Ronin Warriors Kento Rei Fang (Voice) 1988-1989