About The Show

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Being Southern is not required!

Don't let the name confuse you!  Greg is Southern, but you don't have to be to enjoy the show!  As a matter of fact, Greg believes Non-Southerners enjoy the show more because they not only laugh...but they get an education as well!

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Greg shares his life!

Funny seems to follow Greg wherever he goes.  And he loves to share his experiences!  Whether he's sharing stories of his upbringing or some interesting characters he's met in his life, he makes the story fun and extremely interesting to hear.

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Songs and Comedy

Greg brings his banjo to every show.  Let him share some of his favorite tunes like "Grandma's Feather Bed", "Put Another Log On The Fire" or "The Rooster Song".  He also performs some classic songs like "Don't Mess Around With Jim" and "The Scotsman's Kilt".

Enjoy the wit and wisdom of Southern Greg Thompson

The Man & The Show

Southern Greg Thompson is an American storyteller, humorist, actor and stage entertainer.   He grew up on a tobacco farm in North Carolina where he got bitten by the "Showbiz Bug" as a teenager.  He worked started a clogging team at the age of 14 and became a fixture as the MC for local fairs, pageants, talent contests and dance recitals.  


He went on to work in local radio and then moved to Florida where he became a bartender...and then back to "showbiz".  He's been Associate Cruise Director of Commodore Cruise Lines, MC and Show Manager of Medieval Times Dinner Tournament and an actor at Universal Studios in Florida.  He is also producer of the world's premiere event for Celebrity Impersonators  which is held in Orlando each year.


He gladly shares his stories of growing up and his "showbiz" experiences...no matter how joyful or painful it is for him.

It's rated PG-13, so feel free to bring your spouse and in-laws (or outlaws if that is the case.)

If you enjoy Garrison Keillor's "A Prairie Home Companion", you'll LOVE Southern Greg Thompson.


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Southern Greg Thompson

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