Gary LeRoi Gray (born February 12, 1987) is an actor and voice actor involved with movies, television, and animation. He is best known for his childhood role as Nelson Tibideaux, the son of Sondra Huxtable Tibideaux and Elvin Tibideaux on the NBC sitcom The Cosby Show. He appeared on the series during its eighth and final season (1991–1992).
Some of Gary's better known voice roles include Charley on Clifford the Big Red Dog, A. J. on The Fairly OddParents (replacing Ibrahim Haneef Muhammad in that role), Sam "The Squid" Dullard on Rocket Power, Chorus in All Grown Up! and Mitch in Whatever Happened to Robot Jones?. Recurring live-action roles have included Nelson Tibideaux on The Cosby Show, Nelson Minkler on Even Stevens, and Bobby the Inquisitive Boy on The Weird Al Show. He also played Tyson, a male cheerleader, in the 2006 teen comedy Bring It On: All or Nothing and had a small role as little Carlton Banks on the television show The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. Gray also appeared as "Little G" in an episode of the TV show Family Matters. Appeared on Slappy and the Stinkers, as Domingo
He had a role in the independent movie Noah's Arc: Jumping the Broom a big-screen adaptation of Patrik-Ian Polk's groundbreaking black gay television series.
He also has a supporting role as Efrem, friend to Randy, played by Julian Walker, in the 2014 movie Blackbird. This story is about a young singer struggling with his sexuality and the treatment of others while coming of age in a small Southern Baptist community. It stars Mo'Nique, Isaiah Washington and Terrell Tilford.
He attended Los Angeles Pierce College and then later attended UCLA. He also attends Shepard of the Hills Church in Porter Ranch.