Greg Sestero

Greg Sestero

Greg Sestero was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. With European parental influence, Greg speaks both French and English. He traveled extensively early on, and holds dual citizenship between France and the United States.

At 17 years old, Greg signed with a prominent San Francisco talent agency. The same year, he left for Milan and Paris to work for designers such as Giorgio Armani and Gian Franco Ferre. Greg returned focused on acting. He began studies at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco. He landed his first role at age 18, on the CBS hit show Nash Bridges (1996). This followed with a role in the Golden Globe nominated film, Patch Adams (1998) starring fellow San Francisco native, Robin Williams. Soon thereafter, Greg was signed by well-known Hollywood agent, Iris Burton, which prompted his move to Los Angeles.

Sestero starred in the notorious The Room (2003), which gained an international cult following as the best worst movie ever made.

in 2013, Sestero wrote a book entitled The Disaster Artist, chronicling his experience making the film and working with its enigmatic director Tommy Wiseau. The book went on to become a critically acclaimed bestseller. In February 2014, the book was optioned to made into a feature film by Hollywood superstars James Franco and Seth Rogen.

YearTitleCharacterRelease Date
2018Best F(r)iends: UnmaskedJon Kortina2018-06-01
2017The Disaster ArtistCasting Agent (uncredited)2017-12-01
2017Best F(r)iendsJon Kortina2017-09-30
2016VHS Massacre: Cult Films and the Decline of Physical MediaHimself2016-06-20
2015Dude Bro Party Massacre IIIDerek2015-06-13
2009Alien PresenceAsh2009-03-17
2006AcceptedFrat guy (uncredited)2006-08-18
2003The RoomMark2003-06-27
1999Retro Puppet MasterAndre Toulon1999-11-09
1999EdtvRoach1999-03-26
1998Patch AdamsJaime (Monica Potter's brother)1998-12-25