Trained at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.
In a career spanning over 30 years, Greg has appeared at most Scottish theatres, including 9 seasons for Pitlochry Festival Theatre, seasons at Edinburgh Royal Lyceum (including 6 productions with acclaimed Director, John Dove), Perth Rep, Brunton Theatre, Glasgow Citizens, Oran Mor, The Scottish Theatre Company, and the Byre Theatre St. Andrews.
Touring productions include: DESCENT, The Cone Gatherers (APA Productions); The Mysterious Death of Netta Fornario and Singing Far Into The Night (Mull Theatre Co.); Blue/Orange (Rapture Theatre); Kevin’s Bed (Borderline); Relatively Speaking (Northcott Theatre Exeter & Theatre Royal Basingstoke), Oleanna (Theatre Informer) and internationally with Theatre Babel’s Macbeth. Appearances in London’s West End, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (Piccadilly Theatre) and The Deep Blue Sea (Haymarket).
Television/ Film credits include: Outlander, Taggart, River City, Still Game, and Dr Finlay, and he has been heard many times on BBC Radio 4 including five series of the Paul Temple mysteries.
Greg plays Campbell in Feature Film Tommy’s Honour, alongside Sam Neill and Peter Mullan, directed by Jason Connery, released in cinemas July 2017.
Date posted: 15th Nov 2017
This Christmas you’re invited to a Royal Ball at the Belgrade Theatre with the nation’s favourite panto, Cinderella. This wonderful rags-to-riches tale is guaranteed to delight all the family and…Read More
Date posted: 3rd Jul 2017
BAFTA Scotland Feature Film winner TOMMY’S HONOUR is now out on general release in cinemas across the UK. Look out for Greg Powrie and Edward Kingham
Date posted: 3rd Jun 2017
“If you love someone you stick by them, no matter what happens. Because that’s the deal. Isn’t it?” 50-somethings Rob and Cathy are looking forward to reclaiming their own lives…Read More
Date posted: 20th Aug 2016
Greg Powrie can be seen in Pitlochry Festival Theatre’s production HARD TIMES which opens on the 1st of September 2016 along with current productions CAROUSEL and THARK. A thrilling, moving and…Read More