Greg White (KENYATTA) is a Cleveland actor and director who has been performing in the Cleveland area for a decade. He was last seen as the title character of JELLY BELLY at Ensemble Theatre. Before that, he played two characters at Cleveland Public Theatre in Lisa Langford's THE ART OF LONGING. He played the role of Willy Loman twice in DEATH OF A SALESMAN at True North Theater and at Ensemble Theatre. Greg has also directed one play at Ensemble: SLOW DANCE ON THE KILLING GROUND. In 2015, he was recognized as Best Actor in Scene Magazine for his performance of Thurgood Marshall in THURGOOD and for Superior Achievement by the Cleveland Critics Circle for his performance of Chris Christopherson in Eugene O'Neill's ANNA CHRISTIE. Greg received his training at the Ohio University's School of Theatre.