Training: Mountview Theatre School (winner of the Stage and Mountview scholarship).
Greg played Andrews in the Southwark Playhouse, Princess Of Wales Theatre, Toronto and UK & Ireland touring productions of Titanic.
Theatre includes: Emcee in Cabaret (English Theatre, Frankfurt); Count Fosco in The Woman In White (Charing Cross Theatre – nominated, Off West End Award for Best Supporting Male in a Musical); Russian Tenor in Fiddler On The Roof (Chichester Festival Theatre); Magaldi in Michael Grandage's London revival of Evita before its Broadway transfer; M. Reyer and u/s Phantom and Piangi in The Phantom of the Opera (25th Anniversary UK tour); Baalthazar Macaw in Robbie Sherman's new musical Love Birds (Pleasance Theatre, Edinburgh); Gus and Bustopher Jones in Cats (RCI Productions, Miami & European tour); Algernon Moncrieff in The Importance Of Being Earnest (UK tour); Paul in Company (Southwark Playhouse); Art and u/s Tito in Lend Me A Tenor (Theatre Royal, Plymouth); u/s Thenardier in Les Misérables (Queen’s Theatre); alternate Rusty in Starlight Express (Germany); for Opera Della Luna: Luiz in The Gondoliers, Pluto in Orpheus In The Underworld (The Lowry, Manchester); Master Low-Water in No Wit/Help Like A Woman (Shakespeare's Globe); Les Misérables (Palace Theatre); Hair (Oslo).
Recordings include: cast recordings of Love Birds, A Spoonful Of Sherman; A-Rab in West Side Story 50th Anniversary recording, Evita 2006 revival; Starlight Express new German cast recording; the film soundtrack of Mamma Mia!. Greg co-wrote and composed Let Him Have Justice (T.E.Records), a musical based on the Derek Bentley case (Cochrane Theatre/Covent Garden Festival).
Concerts include: various concerts in the UK and internationally including backing vocals for Adele's 2017 Australian tour. In Germany, he has organised concerts for UNICEF and for the Jose Carreras Leukaemia Fund, performing for President Gorbachev both as a soloist and with Sister Sledge.
Greg was born and raised in Italy, speaks 4 languages and is a Law graduate from the University of Westminster.