The amazing Greg Travis has been called a “chameleon” of an actor, thanks to his natural born talent. Regardless of the genre, whether on stage or on screen, his presence has always been more than memorable: he’s your net correspondent of choice in Starship Troopers, the man you want to hang with in Showgirls, and he resurrected Andy Warhol for Watchmen.
Horror fans have engaged the actor’s presence since 1980 with Humanoids from the Deep. Greg Travis can also be found in Tobe Hooper’s Mortuary and Toolbox Murders, Night of the Living Dead 3D, Mother’s Day Massacre, television’s American Gothic, and Rob Zombie’s Halloween II. He also wrote and directed the horror Night Creep, which you can see right here at GT Film Productions.
Greg Travis sits down with Billy Crash to talk about acting, producing, directing, what it’s like to work with Tobe Hooper and Rob Zombie, and how he died twice in Starship Troopers. He’ll also talk about his experiences as a punk magician during his stand-up comedy days, and how he got involved with acting in the first place.
Horror fans won’t be disappointed by his stories and candor, and talk of his upcoming slate of films where he’ll rock the screen once again. Enjoy!
The plot sickens: If it wasn’t for the phenomenal Kent Harper, the interview with Greg Travis never would have happened. Hear what he told Billy Crash not too long ago right here!
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