Greg Collett has been a lawyer, a banker, and he’s worked in politics. Now he does stand-up comedy because he wants to finally work in a profession that people don’t hate.
Before doing stand-up, Greg had a fancy career. He worked as a lawyer for the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the white-shoe law firm Sidley Austin, and the big German bank Deutsche Bank. As a banker, Greg rose to be Chief Operating Officer of one of Deutsche Bank’s businesses, and he had the good fortune to ring the opening bell of the New York Stock Exchange. Now he angles for five minutes of stage time at open mics in the East Village. He’s as surprised about this turn of events as you are.
Greg has been quoted in the New York Times, the London Evening Standard, and Businessweek, and he's been seen on Bloomberg TV. All of which are hilarious media outlets.
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