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Overview (2)

Birth NameGreg Miles Patmore
Height 6' 1" (1.85 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Greg is from the industrial heart of England, son of a soldier and a nurse. A working class boy, his expectations were set pretty low until he discovered theatre in his mid teens. The ground-breaking, although sadly defunct, Wigan Young Peoples' Theatre gave Greg an outlet for previously undiscovered talents for performing, culminating with a life-changing run of the devised show 'Where there's Muck' at the Edinburgh Festival in 1981. It was a chance meeting with an old friend from that very production many years later that caused Greg to reassess his goals, hand over his business and set out in his 40s to become a professional actor.

He has since appeared with Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton as Good 'Lias Hatfield in the hit US series "Hatfields & McCoys' which won 5 Emmys. Subsequent appearances include 'Vera-The Deer Hunters' alongside Brenda Blethyn,'Law & Order UK' alongside Bradley Walsh and a role in new US TV series 'The Assets'. He has featured in David Morrissey's directorial debut film 'Don't Worry About Me' and alongside John Henson and Neil Fitzmaurice in the British comedy feature 'Charlie Noades RIP.'

Two recent films starring Greg, 'I Am the Doorway' and 'East' have been nominated/won multiple awards in major US and international film festivals. 'I Am The Doorway' was screened at Comic Con 2015.

Greg received an MA in Acting from Arts Educational Schools, London, in 2013.

Greg mainly lives on a boat on the River Thames.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Bridge Creative

Trivia (1)

Greg is a classically trained composer who always wanted to be an actor, but went to University to study music. He began auditioning for parts in an attempt to get to meet directors and to try to get the gig as composer... but started getting cast! He became a professional actor in early 2009.

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