In the Wiggles' early videos such as Wiggledance! and Wiggly, Wiggly Christmas from 1997, Greg wore a digital wrist-watch. It was also seen in some of the 1998 TV clippings such as their cameo on Recovery where adult performers Spearhead performed the song Rollerskate.
Like Murray, Greg began doing his live solo tours and performances in 1998. He also released his first solo album and aired his own live special on television.
In the 1980s, Greg became the Cockroaches' road manager.
In 2013, Greg works on a television show called "Butterscotch's Playground" as a park keeper.
In January 2012, Greg Page reunited the Wiggles after Sam Moran left.
Greg originally took voice training in Year Twelve so we could meet the singing requirements for the Higher School Certificate.
As of 11/30/2006, Greg retired from the Wiggles due to medical needs, and Sam is now Yellow Wiggle.
(Greg's interview with the Sydney Morning Herald on December 12, 2002, reflecting back on how The Wiggles started.)
Greg Page: The four of us just sat down and started writing songs for children because that's what we wanted to do...We didn't really care what the results were. There wasn't a business or commercial plan.