Career Highlights

 (Most recent shown at the top)


 

In the summer of 2018 Greg finished filming the role of

Officer Cusk in, "Chimerica", the new television series                                (Photo On Its Way)

based on the hit West End play of the same name.

It stars F. Murray Abraham, Cherry Jones and

Alessandro Nivola                           

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

Greg plays the role of Detective Siena in the premier episode of the upcoming television drama, "Someone You Thought You Knew". Currently airing in the US on Discovery ID.

 

Greg plays the role of Antonio Foscarelli in the original audio drama by Audible UK, "Murder On The Orient Express" starring Tom Conti, Eddie Marsan, Sophie Okonedo and other notable actors. Released on 1 November 2017.

 

 

 

 

 

Greg will be appearing in the role of Heckler in the upcoming Walt Disney live-action film, "Dumbo", directed by Tim Burton.  Further details will follow.  Scheduled to be released in March 2019. 

 

Greg appears in the role of Stan Laurel's lawyer in the new BBC feature film, "Stan & Ollie", scheduled to be release in January 2019.

 

Greg appears in the role of Warner Executive, Lenny Waronker in the new ITV Studios biopic, "The Prince Story: Icon, Genius...Slave". Premiered on Easter Sunday 16 April 2017, 9pm on channel 5 in the UK. Currently airs throughout the US and other countries.

 

Greg is proud to be co-starring in the role of Gregg in the new Independent feature film and thriller "Prowler" produced by Stock  Films. Coming soon!

 

Greg stars in a new off-beat short film "Snoop" produced by Stock Films and directed by Ignacio Maiso.

 

Greg stars in the dark role of Richard in the popular television docu-drama, Obession: Dark Desires Season 4 - Ep 6:

"A Man and His Gun". Released on 3 April 2017 on Discovery ID.

 

Greg played Chief Officer Marty in the new US political campaign, "Death Penalty Fail: A Lethal Injection".

 

In 2016 Greg filmed the role of Detective Clarke Schwartzkopf in the US TV series "American Monster" Ep: 1.6 now airing throughout the USA.

 

Greg landed the lead role of Dr. Scott Samson in

"How Not To Kill Your Husband" Season 2 - Ep:7 "Married To Death".

 

 

 

Greg played Submarine XO Cohenno on board the U.S.S. Massachusetts in "24: Live Another Day". This came straight after landing another role in episode 1 which was cut.

 

Greg appears in the supporting role of Martino Marrone in Season 2 of "Transporter :The Series - Ep1: 2B or Not 2B". This role gave a nice boost to Greg's on-screen career.

 

 

 

Greg played the role of 'Leading Man' in the film

"Pudsey the Dog: The Movie" produced by Vertigo Films and Simon Cowell's Syco Entertainment.

 

 

 

Greg's first noticable on-screen break came when he landed the role of Jerry Delucci in the international hit TV series, "Lilyhammer" Season 1 now airing with continued success around the world.  Lilyhammer is Netflix's very first original program.

 

In 2009 Greg was the lead vocalist in the hit West End show

"Latin Fever" produced by Raymond Gubbay and BBC's "Strictly Come Dancing".

 

Greg landed the role of Captain Schultz and first cover John in the original UK national tour of "Miss Saigon". This was the last run of Miss Saigon's original Broadway and West End production.

 

After moving to London from New York City Greg landed his first on-screen role as Lou Nordstein in the film "The Final Curtain" starring Peter O'toole.

 

In the USA Greg starred as MacHeath in "The Beggar's Opera".

 

Greg was part of the cast of the operatic prodution of "The Magic Flute" in Boston, Massachusetts.

 

Greg played the role of Major Domo in the operatic prodution of "Don Pasquale" in Boston.

 

Greg was part of the cast of his very first opera,

"Romeo & Juliet" which premiered in Boston in the 1990s.

 

Greg played Tony in the post-modern version of "West Side Story" in the USA. This came after he played Riff in the same production.

 

 

 

Greg had a blast playing the role of Danny in "Grease!" which toured Europe and the US.

 

Back in Boston, Greg received rave reviews playing the role of Cliff in "Cabaret".