Canadian filmmaker whose films, such as Zero Patience and Lilies, frequently dealt with gay themes.
He was a performance artist as well as a writer for The Body Politic.
He directed a fictional documentary called Monsters, which featured a catfish as the director of the fictional film-within-the-film.
His parents were Dorothy F. and Richard I. Greyson.
He directed episodes of the Showtime series Queer as Folk featuring comedian Hal Sparks.