Renowned Hair Stylist Charles Gregory Lands Dept Head Job on "Come

Sunday" Starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Martin Sheen, Danny Glover and Condola
Emmy Nominated Hair Stylist Charles Gregory, Making Waves in the TV and Film industry.
Atlanta, GA, November 29, 2016 --( Renowned Hair Stylist Charles Gregory lands
Department Head of Hair position on the upcoming film “Come Sunday” starring Chiwetel Ejiofor,
Martin Sheen, Danny Glover and Condola Rashad.
The film is based on a 2005 episode of “This American Life” episode about Carlton Pearson (Ejiofor), a
renowned evangelical minister in Tulsa, Okla., who stirs up controversy with his revelation that there is
no hell. He loses everything and must rebuild his church and his family and find his own personal faith.
"I was very elated to be chosen to head the hair department on this film, based on the true-life events of
Evangelist Carlton Pearson, and Martin Sheen portraying famous Evangelical Preacher Oral Roberts,"
Gregory said. The story line takes place in the late 90's. Mr. Gregory is doing extensive research on the
hair styles of that era to ensure the proper look of the film being period correct where hairstyles are
concerned. "I will more than likely utilize a custom wig for Mr. Ejiofor, in order to capture the look of
Carlton Pearson."
Period films are one of my specialties and I enjoy recreating eras gone by, depicting hairstyles that look
authentic. Mr. Gregory was nominated for a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Hairstyling for a
Miniseries, Movie or a Special HBO's Lackawanna Blues (2005) which was also a period film.
When Gregory is not working on film and TV projects, you can find him in his salon, Charles Gregory
Dry Bar, located in Atlanta's Midtown on the famous Peachtree Street.

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