Lillo & Greg

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Lillo & Greg
Lillo (right) & Greg (left) in Terni, (2010)
Lillo (right) & Greg (left) in Terni, (2010)
Background information
Occupation(s)Musicians, comedy duo

Pasquale Petrolo (Rome, 27 August 1962) and Claudio Gregori (Rome, 17 November 1963), best known as Lillo & Greg, are an Italian comedy duo who work on stage, film, television, radio as well as musicians, authors and cartoonists.

Life and career[edit]

Petrolo and Gregori first met in 1986, when they both worked as cartoonists for the same publishing house, ACME (Petrolo as author of Zio Tibia, realized together with Michelangelo La Neve, while Gregori for I sottotitolati).[1] When in 1991 the publishing house failed, the two decided to engage in new projects, most notably the creation of a comedy rock group, Latte & i Suoi Derivati ("Milk & Its Derivatives").[1] Active in television, radio, on stage and in films, they are among the creators of the TV-program Le Iene, and since 2003 they are authors and hosts of the program 610 - Sei Uno Zero on Radio 2.[2]



  1. ^ a b Stefania Ulivi (22 December 2014). "Lillo & Greg, segreti di coppia". Corriere della Sera. Retrieved 28 April 2015.
  2. ^ Monica Sicca (24 March 2015). "Dal 24 Lillo & Greg in un comic-noir all'Alfieri". La Stampa. Retrieved 28 April 2015.

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