Greg Hernandez was born in New York City and raised in The Bronx. He is a voracious writer and reader. He graduated from Binghamton University class of 2013 where he pursued studies in Creative Writing and Theatre. After graduating from college, he traveled to Chile where he acted in a bilingual version of Shakespeare’s “A Mid-summer Night’s Dream.” During the summer of 2014, he began to write “Leaky Thoughts.”

His acting credits include the short films, “Dead Meat.” “Scrapped” and “Heavenly Blue.” His writing credits include the short films “True Therapy” and “Walk Away.” He was also the writer for two films which competed in the Binghamton University’s 48 hour film competition. “Deadly Keys” and “For Frodo.”