RIVERDALE SEASON 3 (CW)
iZOMBIE SEASON 5 (CW)
NEEDLE IN A TIMESTACK- FEATURE FILM (John Ridley)
RIVERDALE - SEASON 2 Episode 18, "Carrie, The Musical"(CW)
BRITNEY EVER AFTER- BIOPIC (LIFETIME)
iZOMBIE - TV SERIES, SEASON 2, 3 & 4 (WB)
BATES MOTEL -SEASON 3 PROMO (A&E)
IF THERE BE THORNS - TV MOVIE (LIFETIME NETWORK
HARVEST MOON- LOVE ONCE AND ALWAYS - HARVEST LOVE- TV MOVIE (HALLMARK)
THE KILLING - TV SERIES (AMC)
BOBS AND LOLO - TV SERIES (YTV)
CRAYOLA - STATE FARM - METAMUCIL- AMERICAN FAMILY INSURANCE
ECO FASHION WEEK - DESIGNER: NICOLE BRIDGER
Heather has performed on stage and screen as an actor, dancer and singer.
Her journey has lead her to weave in and out of the commercial and company sectors of dance. She is currently working on Riverdale Season 3 and iZombie Season 5. She recently choreographed Academy Award Winner John Ridley‘s feature Film “Needle in a Timestack”, a musical episode for "Riverdale" Season 2, the Lifetime Biopic "Britney Ever After" and iZombie Season 4. As an on set choreographer Heather has choreographed for The CW Network's iZombie (season 2, 3 & 4), A&E's "Bates Motel", Lifetime Network's Movie "If There be Thorns", The Hallmark Network, State Farm (25 spots), Metamucil, American Family Insurance, Crayola, Tree House/YTV's "Bobs and Lolo" and the Fox series “The Killing”. Heather's work has been shown at the Vancouver International Dance Festival, The Shadbolt Centre, Dance All Sorts, Pop Up Dances, The Dance Centre (Vancouver) Eco Fashion Week and Soundbites Festival in New York City.
One of her most recent live works consists of the full length contemporary dance piece "The Tunnel" presented by New Works. She also choreographed Canada's 150 Celebration's "Spring Lights" with Hfour, part of the Cherry Blossom Festival. She was a guest choreographer with "the response." dance company creating a 20 minute text and contemporary dance piece presented at the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts. Heather has danced for contemporary choreographers Amber Funk Barton, Claire French, Martha Carter and Judith Garray for over 8 years; performing a multitude of contemporary full length works.
Heather entered into the world of arts & entertainment through acting at a young age. She was able to work in Film & TV, Voice Over and Print while represented by Characters Talent Management in Vancouver. She soon found a deep connection to dance that lead her to train with Arts Umbrella (Vancouver), L'Ecole Superieur de Danse du Quebec (Montreal), Goh Ballet Academy (Vancouver). Heather performed full length ballets touring with with Goh Ballet to China twice and France. She moved to Toronto where she began working in musical theatre and honing her singing skills. She landed her first chorus role in a Charlottetown musical where she understudied the lead. She then sang in three original musicals for Disney Cruise Lines playing such roles as Cinderella, Belle, Meg and more. Heather continued to work in musical theatre as she danced in Film & TV and acted in independent films.
After 5 years in Toronto Heather returned to Vancouver where she was able to play a multitude of characters on screen and in plays. Selected Credits: The Chris Isaak Show, Dead Like Me, Earthsea, Lizzie Mcguire Movie(Marty Kudelka, Kelly Konno), The Score (Crystal Pite).
Heather took interest in producing plays, directing and choreographing stage shows with a profound curiosity in the art of choreography. She immersed herself in street style training (Popping, B-girling, House, Waacking & Vogueing) and took part in many choreography focused research and development opportunities. Through master classes and adjudicating Heather has been able to share her experiences helping the next generation of dancers and choreographers.
Season 3: Episode 3
Season 3: Episode 2
Episode 218: Carrie The Musical
Ep: 218 - Carrie The Musical: World According to Chris
Direction & Choreography: Heather Laura Gray
Choreography in collaboration with dance artists Emily Tellier, Katie Lowen and Michael Demski
Projection & Lighting Design: Hfour
Music & Sound Composition: Hayden Baptiste
Choreography in collaboration with dance artists Lexi Vajda & Tyler Olson