Update: 11-6-2016

Hi all,

Just finishing up shooting season 3 of “Bosch” for Amazon Prime. I play Detective Moore or “Crate” of “Crate and Barrel” The 10 episodes of season 3 I was in should air sometime around Feb/March, 2017. (Seasons 1 and 2 are currently up for viewing on Amazon Prime) Good news, we just found out we’re picked up for season 4. Yay!

I have another episode I shot for “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” which will air this coming season – season 12. Found out they have been picked up for 2 more seasons as well. .

That’s all for now!

Health and happiness,

Greg

Update: February 20, 2016

Hi all, I forgot to make updates for quite awhile now. My bad.

The 2nd season of Bosch begins airing on Amazon Prime March 11th, 2016. My role of Detective Moore or (Crate) isn’t in as many shows this season, but I think you’ll find that this season is more intense and action packed than the first season.

I did an episode of NCIS which aired last fall, and then reran once in early February of this year, but I forget to make the post to let you know. Whoops. Look for episode (Double Trouble) to rerun again, I played the role of Kobe (Beef) Carver.

I’ll try to keep on top of the website more moving forward!

Health and happiness to all.

Greg

Update: February 23rd, 2015

Hi all,  Okay, late notice but my episode of this current season’s “It’s always Sunny in Philadelphia”  (Mac Kills his Dad), will be airing this coming Wednesday, February 25th at 10 p.m. on the FXX network.   Reprising the role of Luther (Mac’s dad) on the show.

The Amazon Prime series “Bosch” has released all 10 episodes for binge watching as on February 13th, 2015.  This will stream to your computer or cell phone or  I pad etc or to your TV if you have a computer hookup to the TV..  Now, Amazon Prime has some original shows and many other shows to download.  (They are making a big push to compete with Netflix steaming shows)  Here’s the key, they have subscriptions on a monthly basis, with a FREE 30 day trial.  More than enough time to watch the 10 episodes of “Bosch” (I’m in 6 of the 10 episodes – my role (Detective Moore Or ‘Crate’) is just one scene in the pilot episode but gets a little bigger and more involved as it goes on)  If you like Amazon Prime you can continue as a paid subscriber after the free first 30 days, or if you don’t want it, you can cancel before the 30 day period is up.  (And as an Amazon Prime member, you get free shipping on anything  purchased on Amazon.com)

No word yet on the air date of NBC’s new show “Aquarius” starring David Duchovny where I play Charlie Manson’s parole officer.  But as soon as I find out, I’ll let everybody know.

Hope all of you are well, healthy and happy.

All the best,

Greg

update February 3, 2015

Hi all,  OK I finally have some air dates.  The Amazon Prime series “Bosch” is releasing all 10 episodes for binge watching on February 13, 2015.  This will stream to your computer or cell phone or I pad etc or to your tv if you have a computer hookup to the tv.  Now, Amazon Prime has some original shows and many other shows to download.  (They are making a big push to compete with Netflix steaming shows)  Here’s the key, they have subscriptions on a monthly basis, with a FREE 30 day trial.  More than enough time to watch the 10 episodes of “Bosch” (I’m in 7 of the 10 episodes – my role (Detective Moore Or ‘Crate’) is just one scene in the pilot episode but gets bigger and more involved as it goes on)  If you like Amazon Prime you can continue as a paid subscriber after the free first 30 days, or if you don’t want it, you can cancel before the 30 day period is up.

Now another show air date is the finale episode of this season’s “It’s always Sunny in Philadelphia”.  They have aired four shows up to last week on FXX network, which means if they stay on schedule, the episode “Mac Kills his Dad” (that’s me Mac’s dad) should air on March 18th.  The new shows usually air at 10 p.m. on FXX.  I’ll you know if that changes.

No word yet on the air date of NBC’s new show “Aquairus” starring David Duchovny where I play Charlie Manson’s parole officer.  But as soon as I find out, I’ll let everybody know.

Hope all of you are well, healthy and happy.

All the best,

Greg

 

 

Update: 11-10-2014

Hi all, been busy here which is always good!

By Thanksgiving I will have completed the 10th and final episode on the first season of the original Amazon Prime Series “Bosch”, based on the Michael Connelly detective novels, the screenplays are being co-written by Michael Connelly and Eric Overmyer.  This first season I was on 7 of the 10 episodes and my role is Detective Moore (nicknamed Crate).  To watch you will have to become a member of Amazon Prime streaming, (and becoming a member gives you free shipping on any purchases from Amazon).  I’ll let you know when they release the episodes for streaming.

I worked on just the first 3 episodes of the upcoming new NBC series “Aquarius” starring David Duchovny.  I play the role of Bruce Tamminy, Charlie Manson’s parole officer.  Not sure if they will be bringing my character back but there is always that possibility as it is a recurring character.  Not sure yet when it is going to air, but will let you know.

Finally, no word on the exact date of the airing of the episode “Mac Kills his Dad” from this upcoming season of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”, but I believe the season starts in January, 2015 and my episode is the finale (last of the 10 new episodes coming out for this season).  My character Luther (Mac’s dad) finally makes his return to the show. Those guys are so damn funny.

So that’s all for now.  More updates later.  Wishing everyone health and happiness as always.

Greg

Update: 7-8-2014

Hi all !  Well, just finished shooting my role of Mac’s Dad – Luther on  “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” a couple of weeks ago.  The episode will be the season finale on this coming season’s new shows which should air in the fall?

Just got hired for a new series “Aquarius” with David Duckovny.  I’ll be playing a small but recurring role (Bruce Tamminy) as Charlie Manson’s parole agent.  We start shooting next week and I’m on at least the first three episodes.

And then we are slated to shoot 10 episodes of the web based series “Bosch” adapted from the Michael Connelly detective novels for Amazon Prime.  My role of Detective Moore (nicknamed Crate), is also recurring on that show as well.  They start shooting that from Aug. 11th through Thanksgiving.

So all is well on the work front for now.  More updates to come later.  Thanks for all your support and encouragement!

Health and happiness,

Greg

Update: 6-1-2014

Hi all!  Just a little update. Just heard from casting for “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”, and they have written another episode with my recurring character Luther (Mac’s dad) for this upcoming season.  We will be shooting it sometime between early May and early to mid-July.  I always look forward to working with those guys.  They are all just so hilarious.

Some more good news.  Found out a little bit ago that pilot we shot for the Amazon Prime series “Bosch”, based on the Michael Connelly detective novels (which was co-written by Michael Connelly and Eric Overmeyer), has been picked up for a full first season of 10 episodes.  My role, Detective Moore or “Crate”,  although small in the pilot, is recurring and have been told that it will be a bigger part of the show if/when it got picked up.  I’ve heard they are writing the scripts now and I’m very excited to be working with all of them again. (PS- just got a heads up from the  show that they are shooting the new 10 episodes from August 11th, 2014 through Thanksgiving.  Looking forward to working on that again now as well. I think this show is going to really take off.

More updates later on.  Wishing everyone health and happiness,

Greg

Update: 12-14-2013

Hi all, just a little update on what’s been happening recently.  Currently airing is a Verizon commercial where I play a Russian Mob Boss (with a ferret on my shoulder) for Verizon’s #FortyEight (hour) Droid phone (with Ed Norton Jr.).  They have a minute and a half version up on youtube, and are airing the one minute version on TV, and have another 30 second version called #FortyEight-The Prize airing only on the internet (all can be found on youtube).  I don’t usually mention commercials I’ve done, but this one is getting a lot of good reviews. Click here to have a look.

In November I did a pilot based on the Harry Bosch novels written by Michael Connelly called Bosch.  It was co-written and produced by Eric Overmyer and funded by Amazon.  My role is small in the pilot (detective Moore (nicknamed Crate)), but should the series get picked up for more shows my role will be recurring, and I’m told it will be a bigger part of the series.

Have some other things in the works, more on other stuff later.  Wishing everyone a very healthy and happy Christmas, Hanukah, and holiday season!