Greg Baldwin is a leading comedian, producer, actor, and host of the Second Chances podcast. He shares how he stumbled upon a career in comedy after helping someone in his recovery meeting and has since used his experience as an addict to tell honest and hilarious stories.
On this episode, Greg talks to Matt about:
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About Greg Baldwin
Greg Baldwin knows a thing or two about Second Chances - he is a man whose core foundation is derived from his own deeply personal story. He has worked tirelessly with his faith, intellect, and commitment to create a new career for himself as a leading comedian, renowned actor, and producer. He has performed regularly at The Comedy Store, Improv Comedy Clubs, and countless other venues performing in shows with many top comedians including Bill Burr, Iliza Schleshinger, Kevin Nealon, Bob Saget, Jay Mohr, and countless others. He currently tours and features for comedy legend Darrell Hammond, 14 year cast member of Saturday Night Live.
Greg has also found deserved success as an actor and honed his craft as a dedicated student of the greats, including the renowned Howard Fine, Kirk Baltz & Jean Shelton. He gained invaluable experience studying at legendary ‘The Groundlings’ & ‘Upright Citizens Brigade’. Greg quickly became in demand and has acted in multiple films and prestigious commercials for Sony, Chrysler, Volkswagen, Doritos, and more and is a sought out voice over actor. Greg achieved critical acclaim as the host of the inspirational podcast Second Chances on which he brings out the best in his guests as they share their life stories. Always authentic, always informed, and always present. His humble strength guides his guests through a journey of revelation and honesty, like no other. When not on tour, Greg calls Los Angeles his home.