Greg is an actor, writer, comedian, director and hyphenate. from Santa Monica, California. He earned his MFA in Theatre Arts from Columbia University under the guidance of Kristin Linklater, Anne Bogart, and many others. He has been an advanced study student and performer at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theater where he has studied since 2010 in both New York and Los Angeles and is an Advanced Writing Lab student at The Groundlings.
Now in Los Angeles, Greg is the co-host of the improv-based podcast Moron That Later with Tim McKernan, with whom he also regularly performs two-person improv. Since October 2015, Greg has been a co-literary director and repertory member at Theatre of NOTE, where he has performed or otherwise been involved in three productions.
In New York, Greg was seen on many stages, most notably as Caliban at Classic Stage Company in The Tempest, through which he earned his equity card. He also originated a role at CSC in a show directed by Tony Speciale at the World Event Young Artists festival in Nottingham, England. Greg is also a writer, and performed in his one-man show, The Diary, at Theater for the New City.