|First appearance||Clue Mysteries (2005)|
|Date of birth||November 12|
Clue the VCR Game: Gray was played by Richard McElvain. For his first appearance in the world of Clue, Gray arrives at Boddy Mansion purely on the basis that the bridge connecting the mansion with the rest of world had been washed out in the storm’s flood, and that it is his job to warn the locals. However, in reality he is a crazed mental patient who escaped from the asylum and assumed the identity of a police officer due to his amnesia. He is the result of love affair between Mr. Boddy and Mrs. White, and like his mother, he too is colour blind.
Master Detective: Lord Gray returned again, only to become a serious, no-nonsense cop in the village who claims to have stumbled onto the crime scene while collecting funds for the Police Blackmail Awareness Program. He is corrupt at his job and unimaginative in his methodology.
Super Cluedo/Passport to Murder: Lord Gray presumably returns to the Clue world once more in Britain when he appeared in Super Cluedo. However, his appearance had been changed to a much older man, and his rank had been upgraded to have him called Inspector Grey. A more matured title suited his older look better. He appeared again in Passport to Murder, though he inexplicably became Earl Grey. Otherwise, his appearance was the same as the Inspector persona. Possibly, he is undercover.