Greg Nussen is an actor, writer, comedian, director and hyphenate from Santa Monica, California. He earned his MFA in Theatre Arts from Columbia University in New York City under the guidance of Kristin Linklater, Anne Bogart, Gregory Mosher and many more.
Greg has acted Off-Broadway with Classic Stage Company in productions of Shakespeare’s The Tempest and the original work A Four-Letter Word, which also went to the World Event Young Artists festival in Nottingham, England in 2014 as the only theatrical representation from New York. He wrote and performed in the play The Diary, a solo adaptation of Nikolai Gogol’s seminal short story The Diary of a Madman at New York’s Theater for the New City.
In Los Angeles, Greg has been the co-host of Moron That Later, a podcast which he created with Tim McKernan, since 2014. An NPR parody, the show has featured such guests as writer and TV personality Dave Holmes, comedian Drew Droege, rapper Watsky, author Steven Rowley and many more. He has performed at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade and The Groundlings and is the Co-Literary Director for Theatre of NOTE, one of Los Angeles’ oldest and most prestigious intimate theaters. At NOTE, Greg has performed in the west coast premieres of D Deb Debbie Deborah and Red Helen and assistant directed the acclaimed production of Welcome To The White Room.