Greg Roderick
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Born in Farmington, MO, I caught the "theater bug" at seven years old, when the high school needed a Tiny Tim for their production of Scrooge.  But I didn’t act again until I hit actually high school, doing school productions and discovering community theater. After high school and two years at a junior college, I transferred to Southwest Missouri State University (now Missouri State), graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts.

After graduation, I worked for a year and a half as a back-up dancer/singer for country music legend,

Mel Tillis, in Branson, Missouri. At the end of February 1994, I moved to New York City.

But I got my first acting job a mere month and a half later, playing A-Rab in West Side Story at Gateway Playhouse on Long Island.  I joined Actor's Equity Association in June 1996, after a non-union tour of Seven Brides For Seven Brothers was brought into an Equity house.

I got my first Broadway National Tour, Parade, in 2000, directed by legend Harold Prince. And made my Broadway debut in the 7-time Tony Award winning production of South Pacific on June 24, 2008.

I currently live in Manhattan, NYC