Gregg's determination to become an actor started in sixth grade following a viewing of the film 'Oliver'. Numerous school and community theater performances followed. In fact, showing true dedication to his craft, Gregg infiltrated a rival high school's theater department, auditioning for and winning a part in the other school's production.
Following high school graduation, Gregg toured England with the Warren Youth Chorale. Then he was off to California, courtesy of a one-way ticket to Los Angeles -- a graduation gift from his confident high school drama coach. His pursuit of an acting career eventually led him to the West Coast Ensemble group. The award-winning 'American Basswood' from Andrew Campbell was among the productions Gregg appeared in with the group. Soon after, he landed hi
s first television role, a recurring part on the daytime serial 'Days of Our Lives.'
Three years in a starring role on the television show 'The Young Riders' brought Gregg in front of a larger audience. His work since then has included performances on television, in films, and on stage. He has also done voice work to bring numerous animated characters to life, as well as taking on radio dramas and recording an audio book.
Most recently, Gregg has taken on a new role as the Art Director on 'America's Got Talent.'