Sid Grey is an emerging film and television screenwriter specializing in evocative comedy with an urban sensibility. He is known for his ability to hone in on the depth of characters of varied ethnicities and portray accurate realistic comedic dialogue within music-themed backdrops.
His feature screenplay, The G.O.A.T., a 90’s coming-of-age hip-hop comedy, is a finalist in the 2016 Scriptapalooza Contest, the 2016 Stage 32 Contest, took 2nd place at 2016 LAIFFA Awards and is rated a 7 on The Blacklist. Grey has also written two spec scripts for the television show Black-ish, one of which placed second round at 2016 Austin Film Festival, and he is a contributing writer to blogs in the urban and comedy space. He is currently developing a hip-hop dramedy TV pilot.
Grey is a first-generation Indian-American who was raised by immigrant parents in Dayton, Ohio and went to Boston University to pursue his undergraduate business degree. During college, he moonlit as a hip-hop DJ and he is now currently enrolled in the dual TV and Feature Screenwriting Certificate program at UCLA and resides in Los Angeles.
Semi Finalist Scriptapalooza Feature Competition
Semi Finalist Stage 32 Feature Contest
2nd Place LAIFFA awards
2nd Round Austin Film Fest for Black-ish spec
Finalist World Series of Screenwriting