Greg was always performing since he was a kid. He grew up in Buffalo, NY where he performed in local community shows in the summers and elementary - high school he was a part of the choirs and the one musical that was performed each year. His junior year of high school he was awarded with the local Kenny award recognizing his performance of Andy Lee the choreographer from 42nd Street.
Loving the stage and hearing that this could be a career path he then attended Niagara University to become a sponge for 4 years. Performing in his first play, and Shakespeare plays, Greg quickly learned that he not only had fun performing but truly enjoyed the process of being a creative artist and began to understand and respect the craft itself.
He performed on many national and one international tour, and in regional houses across the U.S.
In 2013, while on tour with Fiddler on the Roof as the tailor Motel, he received acceptance to Stella Adler Studio in New York City and was ready to become a sponge yet again to further his growth as a performer and artist.
There he trained and began to make a home base in the city, cultivating relationships within the theater community.
Since graduating in 2016 he has been performing consistently in Off-Off and Off Broadway productions, and has become a resident acting company member with the independent Shakespare troupe Hamlet Isn't Dead.
Greg currently freelances as an actor for both stage and screen, a director, fight director, voice over artist, teaching artist, and anything else that keeps him inspired and inspiring his audiences.
He lives in Queens with the love of his life, and is grateful for every opportunity that comes his way.