Actor and dialect coach, Constantine Gregory was born Constantine Liebert, or Leebaert to a Dutch father and Russian mother. As the son of a journalist/broadcaster father and an actress mother, Constantine attended school in England after moving there with his mother in 1950. After attending Dartington Hall School, Constantine went to Trinity College, Dublin from 1961-1965, studying Economics and Political Science. During his college years, he was President of the Trinity College Players and found huge success while at the Edinburgh Festival, performing at the still-newly opened Traverse Theatre. Constantine continued his stage work with performances across the London front. He began screen work in 1967 and cultivated a vast amount television credits. Constantine's film work ties itself to high-profile movies including the action-adventure spy thriller GoldenEye (1995) starring Pierce Brosnan, the Ancient Roman drama Titus (1999) starring Anthony Hopkins and into the early 2000s, appeared in the adventure comedy Shanghai Knights (2003) starring Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson.