Born: Buffalo, N.Y., U.S.
Greg Sterlace is a Buffalo, N.Y.-based performer, musician, and filmmaker. A fixture in Buffalo’s punk scene of the 1980s, he turned his attention in the 1990s to cable access television with the long-running Greg Sterlace Show (produced by Richard Wicka and featuring a rotating cast of Western New York musicians, artists, public figures, and everyday citizens) and then to micro-budget filmmaking in the 2000s, writing and directing the films Ross & Gwen, Failure, and Sweet Jesus. In 2015 he published The Beatles: Having Read the Book, a book of his reviews of books about the Beatles, including his review of his own book. (Click here for more on the volume.)
For more information on Greg Sterlace, visit sterlace.com.