He broke his head while he was a kid, doing a game with his neighboors of trewing rocks to each other.
His first professional acting job in television was in the show Damon.
He´s an avid watersport practitioner. He also to practice most of the sports that are related to water, such as beach volleyball and jet sky.
One of his favorite books is Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui, by author Karen Kingston.
One of his favorite memories in Sons & Daugthers was when Nick Shafer who played his son on the series, improvised a dialogue saying nope, youre made of beer, he said he couldnt hold the laugh in that take.
He had a stage show named Smooth Down There who was part of The Groundling repertoire.
He improvised most of his lines in the movie Office Space because a suggestion of director Mike Judge, who is also known for King of The Hill.
He have worked with comedy legends such as John Goodman and Damon Wayans.
He lend on the role of Tommy White in Sons & Daughters due of the series creator wife and casting agent saw him the Verizon Wireless comercials.
He met his agent in a Groundling presentation.
He´s a Groundling alummni like John Belushi and Lisa Kudrow.
He studied in the USF because his drama teacher recommend the USF drama department (plus because the university was located an hour near his parents home).
He was studing Bussiness in University of South Florida but then we developed a major interest in theatre so he switched careers.
He was in the theatre group while he was in highschool.
His favorite movie is Aliens directed by James Cameron.
His musical tastes range from Korn to James Taylor and more.
Greg studied at Venice Senior High School, in Florida.
He graduated from University of South Florida, in 1992 with a major in theathre.
He broke his left clavicle twice, with four years apart. The first time was in 2001 in a biking accident and the second one in 2005 in a snowboarding accident; both in Bear Mountain California.
Greg Pitts: (talking about one of his favorite moments on "Sons & Daughters"): The kids were truly amazing on the show. Because of their youth they tend to loose site of the whole "acting" element and find themselves just behaving in the moment; that's really the key to improvising in that type of format. And the kids were top notch. If you watch the faces of the adults you can usually tell when the kids improvised something brilliant. I can remember Nick (he played my son Danny)
responding to me asking him if "I was made of steel?" and he shook his head and said "nope, you're made of BEER!" I almost lost it. That was all him.