Diversity Rules Magazine welcomes Greg Scarnici as its October feature interview.
Greg is a comedic artist and musician, whose music video and commercial parodies have been viewed over 10 million times on YouTube and a host of other sites. His work has also been featured on MTV, VH1, Fox News and CNN.
Greg just released his first memoir entitled, “I Hope My Mother Doesn’t See This.” It is “a snapshot of an artist coming to grips with his comedic artistry at a time when gay comedians were not as accepted as they are today.” “The book is an uncensored and uproariously funny peak at one of comedy’s biggest freaks.”
TV credits include appearances on “30 Rock,” “Online Nation,” “Nick Cannon: Short Circuitz,” “Straight Plan For The Gay Man,” and “Saturday Night Live,” where he currently works as an Associate Producer. Other TV writing credits include The Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular on NBC and the 2014 NBA All-Star Pre-Game Concert in New Orleans.
Film credits include writing and directing the award-winning indie, “Glam-Trash,” the short films, “Dead End” and “Children Of The Dune,” as well as other shorts that have played at festivals around the country. He has also directed music videos for Kris Menace, The Kiki Twins, Jipsta, Mike Diamond, Pandora Boxx, Sherry Vine and others. Complete credit list available on IMDB.
Greg has also written and performed the shows, “Queens,” “The Buddy & Barbara Comedy Hour” (with Drag Sensation, Sherry Vine), “SEX TAPE” and “Must Be The Music” at Joe’s Pub, Ars Nova, The UCB Theater and on Fire Island.
Greg also produces music with Joe Thompson, under the name Undercover. Their debut album featured the song, “Your Lovin‘ Touch” which was selected to play at Abercrombie and Fitch songs throughout 2012.