Actor & Model
Greg Hayes is an American actor, director and model born in St. Joseph, Missouri. A former college basketball player, Greg's first passion was on the hardwood. Greg initially believed that he would go into coaching, like his father and grandfather before him. It was his senior year in high school, however, when a chance decision ending up changing the direction of his life.
"I had an elective to fill on my class schedule, and it was Woodshop or Drama Class. I figured that Drama would be much easier to fall asleep in, and far less dangerous." Little did he know that his Drama teacher, David Dutton, had other plans. Mr. Dutton would cast Greg as the lead Victor Bosco in the fall production of "Welcome to Four Way: The Town That Time Forgot" "I remember counting how many lines I had thinking there was some kind of mistake. But opening night, when I felt the bright lights of the stage for the first time, I was hooked."
Greg went on to earn his Bachelor's Degree at Kansas State University. After a brief foray into the Real Estate business, he decided to pursue his passion for acting full time. He moved to Los Angeles, and quickly found success being cast in national commercials for Nike and Dave and Buster's.
Greg currently just wrapped producing and starring in the film "The Means", debuting at the Los Angeles Short Film Festival.
When not acting Greg can be found on the beach, lifting heavy things, rescuing babies from burning buildings, adopting stray puppies and fighting crime under mask.