From Houston, TX. Greg is a graduate of Sam Houston State University with a BFA in Musical Theatre. Upon graduation he moved to New York, and thanks to likes of Gwen Verdon and Ann Rienking, four days later he found himself in the Broadway company of FOSSE where he was featured in the audience favorite, "Steam Heat." Following FOSSE, he landed a spot in the Broadway company of CHICAGO, as the district attorney, "Marvin Harrison." After CHICAGO he was cast in the workshop of NEVER GONNA DANCE, choreographed by Jerry Mitchell. It was at this time that Mr. Mitchell offered him the position of Dance Captain for the Broadway musical HAIRSPRAY. He continued on when the workshop went to Broadway as assistant choreographer of NEVER GONNA DANCE. DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS was his next production in which he was once again asked to Dance Captain the project out of town and on Broadway. After many years behind the table assisting productions from a creative standpoint he decided it was time to try his own venture into choreography. Following a showcase of his own choreography at New York he had the pleasure of creating works with Fred Savage on a UGLY BETTY, and play entitled TIO PEPE for The Public Theater, and the major motion picture STATE OF PLAY starring Russell Crowe. For the last 2 years he has been with the Broadway production of BILLY ELLIOT. He was recently the Resident Choreographer for the Broadway company of BILLY ELLIOT as well as an Associate Choreographer for the national tour.