Greg Stone is an actor best known for appearing in over 70 stage productions, and will appear in Girls from the North Country in Melbourne. He is currently in a relationship. The 60-year-old opened up about his first kiss, what his children have taught him, and why he doesn’t feel the need to remarry.
My maternal grandmother, Olive, is a petite woman who is always full of laughter, warm hugs and stories. She took care of me when I was very young because my mother, Jenny, worked full time. Her ability to tell stories had a huge impact on me.
In the 1970s, Mother is a football club secretary. It is not uncommon for women to work full time in this era. My father, Roy, was loved but unreliable; She was the one who brought our family together – and still does. She is a strong and powerful woman who runs the house, takes care of three children, works from 9 to 5 pm, then comes home to cook dinner. He is firm but fair.
Mom meets Dad when she was 15 and they got married when she was 18. He is a farmer. I thought he thought he was going to marry a rich farmer but it didn’t work out that way. My father died 10 years ago.
Mom has a new boyfriend, childhood sweetheart. They met five years after Father died. He told me that he never thought romance was possible after his death, but in his early 70s he found love again.
i go to National Institute of Dramatic Arts at 19. Mom has always supported my decision to become an actor, even though she wanted me to also have a secure job to have something to fall back on. I told him that I had no intention of backing down. He still worries about me even though I am 60 years old!
i have a sister, Jenny, who is three years older than me. He introduced me to the music of David Bowie, T-Rex, Frank Zappa and Led Zeppelin. He was always out seeing live bands in the late 1970s in Perth. Now he lives in Melbourne, not far from me.
I had my first kiss at 10 and have been fascinated by women ever since. I would meet Kerry behind the tree and we would kiss while playing.
I am a competitive swimmer at the age of 15, but realized how boring swimming in the pool was compared to performing in the theater. Theater is also a great way to meet girls. The woman I met in the scene was strong, independent, confident, self-assured, and intelligent.