Greg Uliasz: A Rising Star

[vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_column_text]Out of all the smiley people that I have interviewed in my “super long” career as a blogger, I had never interviewed anyone who smiled as much as Greg Uliasz. Only 24 years old, this New Hampshire native is making his way as a New York actor, and he is doing it well!
If you could see through a window of the Uliasz’s home a little less than 20 years ago, you would find three children playing make believe. You would learn that one of their favorite games, was putting on a show. You’d see the little girl creating choreography, her brother setting up the spotlight, and of course a very young Greg offering an outstanding performance for their parents and some stuffed animals.

He grew up, and became inspired by the Broadway revival of Les Misérables. That is when Greg decided that stuffed animals weren’t enough of an audience anymore and made his life choice of being a Musical Theatre actor. Despite the typical ups and downs that are part of an actor’s career, Mr. Uliasz has had a very promising one. Right after high school, he was in a professional production of Chess already. During his college studies at Marymount Manhattan College he took a year off to be the Vocalist for Celebrity Cruise Lines. After graduating in 2012, he got to play the role of Payaso in R.Evolución Latina’s production of Amigo Duende.

“From the first callback, I knew that this was going to be a different show. I got to meet really amazing people and the entire process, from the selection to the performance was a very inspiring experience”.  Greg says, as he has a sip of his tall mint tea. “Now I feel like I’m part of R.Evolución Latina. I may not share a Hispanic background but I love to be involved, I go to meetings and I volunteer as much as I can”.

Fun facts about Greg:

  • He loves Mac and cheese
  • He would love to be in Book of Mormon
  • He is a Committee member for R.Evolución Latina’s Dance-A-Thon
  • He is now represented by Herb Rothman at American Talent Management

Finally, if you LOVED this interview (which I’m sure you did) and wish to see Greg’s work, you can’t miss him in the role of the “President of the United States” in THE QUIET CLOCK. A children’s musical playing at Stage 72 until the end of December.

And that’s it friends!! Keep smiling and Dare to go Beyond![/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_single_image image=”2282″ img_size=”full”][vc_single_image image=”2283″ img_size=”full”][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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