Greg Stone

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Greg Stone
Greg Stone Sunset Six.jpg
Greg Stone in Sunset Six 2011
Born Gregory Stone
(1978-10-25) 25 October 1978 (age 38)
Perth, Australia
Occupation Actor
Years active 1984–present

Gregory J Stone (born 25 October 1978 in Perth, Australia) is an Australian actor who has appeared in films, television and on stage.


Stone graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art in Sydney in 1983[1] and won a Helpmann Award and Green Room Award[2] for Best Actor[3] for his role of George W. Bush in David Hare’s Stuff Happens directed by Neil Armfield in 2006.[4] Other notable film roles are in The Bank with David Wenham and Anthony LaPaglia, Van Diemen's Land, Oranges and Sunshine and The Sunset Six.


He has appeared in many Australian television shows including:


Considered one of Australia’s finest stage actors he has appeared in over 70 productions for many companies including Melbourne Theatre Company, Sydney Theatre Company, State Theatre Company of South Australia, Belvoir, Malthouse Theatre, Playbox Theatre Company, Black Swan State Theatre Company, Bell Shakespeare, Griffin Theatre Company and Q Theatre.[5] He was nominated for Green Room Awards for his performances in Angels In America, Good Works, A Little Night Music,[6] Beauty Queen of Leenane, Beneath Heaven, Night a Wall 2 Men, and most recently Blackbird in 2008 (also a Helpmann nomination).[7] He was a founding member of the acclaimed Keene/Taylor Theatre Project and Artistic Associate at Playbox Theatre in 2004.[8]

Music career[edit]

He is the lead singer of the glam rock band Melody Lords.


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