Mr. G

played by Chris Lilley

After teaching at several rural schools, Mr. G (Greg Gregson) danced his way onto the big stage at Summer Heights High...

Character Bio

After teaching at several rural schools, Mr. G (Greg Gregson) danced his way onto the big stage at Summer Heights High, where he has begun a revolution in the performing arts department. Besides creating "Special Dance" for the school's developmentally challenged students, he has also leveraged his extensive university experience with musicals and one-man shows, writing and directing some very thought-provoking student productions. A long-time bachelor, Mr. G recently moved into a townhouse with his beloved chihuahua, Celine.

Bio

Chris Lilley received international acclaim for his portrayal of five nominees in the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's 'We Can Be Heroes: Finding the Australian of the Year.' Creating and writing the series, Chris won the international Rose d'Or Award for Best Male Comedy Performance as well as Logie Awards for Most Outstanding New Talent and Best Comedy Series and the NSW Premiers Literary Award for Best Script Writing. The series also received nominations for four AFI awards, including Best Comedy Series, Best Screenplay for Television and Best Lead Male Actor.


Chris' series 'Summer Heights Hig'h was one of the highest-rated series of 2007 and became the biggest-selling TV series of all time in Australia. Chris was awarded AFI Awards for Best Comedy Series, Best Performance in a Television Comedy and the Byron Kennedy Award for 'Summer Heights High.'

Chris began his career as a stand-up comedian and voiceover artist, graduated to television and gained a cult following for his characters Extreme Darren and Mr. G in the sketch comedy series 'Big Bite' and 'Hamish and Andy' on the Seven Network. Chris is also a musician and wrote much of the music for all three series. He released the single 'Naughty Girl,' which became one of the highest-selling Top Ten singles of 2008. Chris set about writing Angry Boys in 2009 and in 2010, Chris filmed and edited his 12-part mockumentary series 'Angry Boys.'