Greg Lee (actor)

Greg Lee
Born (1962-03-03) March 3, 1962
Hebron, Nebraska, U.S.
Occupation Actor, voice actor, comedian
Years active 1989–present

Greg Lee (born March 3, 1962) is an American actor, voice actor, and comedian.


Lee was born in Hebron, Nebraska. He attended York College (Nebraska) in York, Nebraska, and Oklahoma Christian University in Oklahoma City in the early 1980s. Lee co-hosted (with Molly Scott) Nickelodeon's variety show Total Panic from 1989 to 1990. From 1990 to 1991, he stayed on Nickelodeon to be an announcer for another show, Outta Here! He is best known for his roles as the ACME Senior Agent in Charge of Training New Recruits of Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? and the voice of Mayor/Principal White on Doug. Lee got his start acting on television commercials and bit parts on different films and TV shows. He worked as a contestant coordinator on Double Dare. Lee currently is a player with Tokens, a variety show from Nashville Tennessee that performs at the Ryman Auditorium. His character is Brother Preacher.


Year Title Role Notes
1989 Total Panic Himself
Game show
1990 Sesame Street Visits The Firehouse Firefighter Made a cameo appearance as a firefighter. Did not speak, but sang a part of a song in the video.
1990-1991 Outta Here! Himself
Game show
1991-1995 Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? Himself
Game show
1991-1999 Doug Mayor/Principal White Voice role
1993 Ghostwriter School Teacher 1 episode, "Who is Max Mouse? Part 1"
1995 NewsRadio Rick Pilot episode
1995-1996 Nitro! Himself
Game show
1999 Doug's 1st Movie Mayor/Principal White Voice role, film
2000 The Drew Carey Show Crazy Al 1 episode, "Kate Works for Drew"
2000 The Giving Tree Man in Bed Film
2001 The District Father 1 episode, "Melt Down"
2004 Chaos Theory Motel Man Short film
2005 George Lopez Rob 1 episode, "George's Extreme Makeover: Holmes Edition"
2006 Eye of the Dolphin Principal McGowan Drama film
2010 Beneath the Blue WLF Leader Sequel to Eye of the Dolphin
2011 Killer Shades Short film
2013 The Between Jay Film based on the novel of the same name.


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