Troy Gray (born 26 February 1973) is an Australian television producer, presenter and former Australian Football League (AFL) player. He played with the Sydney Swans and the St Kilda Football Club. Gray has created a number of global television formats and has won several awards for his TV work.
Originally from Canberra, Gray played with the Swans for five league seasons. He kicked four goals against the Brisbane Bears at the SCG in just his third AFL game. His best season was in 1995 when he appeared in 19 of the 22 rounds, playing as a defender. In 1996 the Swans made the grand final but Gray succumbed to injury and played only four games that year, the last in round 17.
Gray was traded to St Kilda after the season ended, in exchange for the 34th pick of the national draft, which was used on Shannon Corcoran. In the opening round of the 1997 AFL season, against Hawthorn, Gray had 22 disposals and kicked two goals.
He has since been involved in television and radio, and presented the news on the Nine Network (Adelaide). Gray is an award-winning emcee (MC) and public speaker.
Gray has been an integral part of the founding team for numerous international projects. These large-scale ventures have seen Gray work alongside some of the biggest names in television, in addition to luminaries from the worldwide sporting and music landscape.
Full bio and work history can be found at: http://troygray.com.au/