Born in the picturesque English city of Wolverhampton and raised on a diet of the British version of 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?', fish and chips, tea drinking, carrying umbrellas and Piers Morgan's old tabloid newspaper; Greg moved to Sweden and jettisoned this bourgeoisie lifestyle in favor of cinnamon buns, flat-pack furniture and herring.
It was on an angling trip in Stockholm to catch herring for lunch that a huge wave washed Greg out to sea where he floated in the watery mire for 47 days. He survived only on diet of saltwater until he was hooked in a Floridian tributary by fellow Brit and fish hunter Jeremy Wade, who was filming a series of 'River Monsters' at the time. Subdued by a swift bludgeon to the head, Greg was quickly packed in ice and dispatched to Denver whereupon he was thawed out, took some Advil and made his way to the Bovine Metropolis Theater to study improv.
Since then he has never looked back, mainly due to injuries caused by a bludgeon to his C3 and C4 vertebrae.
You can see Greg at work on the Bovine stage with houseteam "Deaf Leopard", as well in the class 60 graduation show "They're Brothers! presents.... We're Brothers!" in Nov / Dec 2012. Greg also plays some musical instruments and has a voice which you may see utilized around Denver.
When it comes to commuting, Asa prefers to ride the bicycle.
When it comes to making milkshakes, Asa throws in four double stuffed Oreos.
When it comes to improv, Asa be busy like a bee.
Hellooooooo! Lynn is excited that in her next show she will be able to have this show to put in her bio. Thanks Eric for being a great Coach and for giving us a place where adults can play. Thank you to my class members who were the bright spot of my week every Saturday, you guys are amazing. Thank you to all my friends and family who listened to my endless “you had to be there” improv stories, especially Tom. Yay!