Actor: movies, TV and 56 TV commercials. Greg's character is the 'little man' who tries but never gets the prize in Moulin Rouge, Chronicles of Narnia, Backtrack, Footy Legends, Underbelly, Peter Allen Not The Boy Next Door, My Place and more.
Agent Link: Benchmark Creative
Voice Artist: In Voiceover, Greg is the tag-along character you need to explain things to in ads. He has a big range of character voices, too!
Agent Link: RGM Voices
1920s Singer: Greg is Australia's most listened to 1920s - 1930s style singer. He has more than 720,000 YouTube views and 3 albums. Album 4 will be released in September 2016.
Agent Link: OzManagement
TV and TVCs
Greg Poppleton as the 1950s Australia's Amateur Hour auditions judge in 'Peter Allen - Not The Boy Next Door', the two-part Australian miniseries about music legend Peter Allen. Greg's other TV work includes Underbelly, CopsLAC, Blackjack, My Place, Pizza, Kangaroo Gang and 55 TVCs.
Greg appears in the latest Australian thriller, Backtrack, in an improvised scene opposite Academy Award winner, Adrien Brody. Greg also features in Chronicles of Narnia Voyage of the Dawn Trader, Footy Legends, Moulin Rouge, Dirty Deeds, Fat Pizza, The 5th Shadow and Hunt Angels.
Greg is a voiceover for radio and TV ads. He is a popular 1920s singer. He has 30 years public and community radio experience on both sides of the panel. Greg has voiced radio shows for the BBC, ABC and SBS. His weekly radio show is on more than 30 radio stations and has won 5 awards.
Hero in new ad
Singer and MC with Great Gatsby Orchestra for live radio broadcast from the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre
Finalist, Best Music Show, 2016 CBAA Awards. Winner to be announced in November.
New theatrical agent: Benchmark Creative
Sold out 1 man show with orchestra, 'Ragtime', 275 seat St George Auditorium
'Rick' in two medical education shorts directed by Kaya Finlayson
Plays Father Damien Merrin (in Boston accent) for AFTRS web series 'The Witness Articles: A Den for Sheep'
Passes 650,000 YouTube views for his band albums
Passes 2,000 Showreel views
Cast in short film by well-known director
Headliner Illawarra Jazz Festival