GREG STUHR

GREG STUHR

Stay-at-home Mom

Greg is currently producing an Indianapolis 500-themed documentary for ESPN’s 30 for 30, and recently portrayed Richard Nixon in A Night at Richard Nixon’s for The New Yorker Radio Hour. Is that New Neighborhood-y enough for ya? Along with NN’s Adam O’Byrne and Rolin Jones, Greg co-created the Fox Television Studios comedy Luba’s Lot, which his Dad believes could be the second greatest TV series of all-time, trailing only Longmire. Broadway acting credits include Larry David’s Fish in the Dark, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, David Mamet’s November, and Elaine May’s Taller Than a Dwarf. Other theater work includes world premiere productions at Steppenwolf, the Atlantic Theater Company, Yale Rep, and South Coast Rep, in shows by Bruce Norris, Ethan Coen, Rolin Jones, and Keith Reddin, respectively. Greg was a regular on the Onion SportsDome for Comedy Central, and starred in the 2016 indie film, The American Side, which he co-wrote with director Jenna Ricker. The San Francisco Chronicle called the film “a stylish, tense, witty, imponderable and exhilarating tribute to film noir classics.” Some say it would make a terrific series. Kind of a rust belt Longmire.