Greg Mullavey
Greg Mullavey has appeared in well over 100 theatre productions all over North America. On Broadway Greg starred in Bernard Slade's Romantic Comedy, opposite Mia Farrow and Tony Perkins; in Rumors as Lenny opposite Veronica Hamel, and as Merv in the Broadway National Tour of The Sisters Rosenweig, opposite Nancy Dussault. He has appeared in numerous Off-Broadway productions of which his latest was HB's Burnt Piano opposite Laila Robbins and Fritz Weaver.

Some of his regional favorites include: Alaska Light Opera's I Do, I Do; Miami's Coconut Grove's Jake's Women; Cocteau's Indiscretions; a mini-tour of The Dinner Party, directed by Tony Award winner John Rando at both the Grove and at New Jersey's state theatre, The Paper Mill; Breaking Legs at San Diego's Old Globe Theatre, directed by another Tony Award winner, Jack O'Brien; and The Price at Minneapolis' Guthrie, where his turn as the older brother/doctor brought "terrific performance" praise from its author Arthur Miller. In Los Angeles, he has received six Drama-Logue Awards and an L.A. Weekly Award. His roles range from his portrayal of Lee Strasberg, (founder of the Actors Studio, one of Greg's teachers,) in Names to Shylock in The Merchant of Venice to Gayev in The Cherry Orchard opposite Alfred Molina. Most recently he appeared as Victor Fleming, director of Wizard of Oz and Gone With the Wind, in Moonlight and Magnolias.

He is a member of the TV Academy and his extensive television credits go from Gunsmoke to E.R. and hundreds in between. One of his favorite roles was playing the one-armed gun-slinger Mule Canby in James Michener's mini-series, Centennial. He has been a regular on four television series, but is perhaps best known for his role as Tom Hartman on Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman. Greg is a member of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences and has appeared in over 40 films, with two upcoming features (Cock and Bull and Banana Moon).