Stuart Greer (born December 2, 1959) is an American character actor.
|Born||December 2, 1959|
Greer began acting in stage productions while a student at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock before being accepted into the Professional Workshop at Circle in the Square in New York City, where he studied from 1987 to 1989. His first New York stage appearance was in the off-off Broadway production of "Mayberry's Revenge" at the Terry Schreiber Theater. After work in regional theater and years of jobs in warehouses and construction, he began acting in films and television at the age of thirty-four. His feature film credits include I Know What You Did Last Summer, The Reaping, The Mechanic, Runaway Jury and Forty Shades of Blue, among others. He appeared in the Millennium Films release Homefront,as Lewis, which opened in November 2013. In seasons 2 & 3 of the Sundance Original Series RECTIFY, he portrayed "Lid Comphrey". He also appeared in five episodes of season 2 of the AMC series, "TURN:Washington's Spies", playing "Warden Officer Yates". Greer played Sheriff Bernie Watts in the 2015 Lionsgate-distributed film American Ultra. He portrayed "Roman" in the final two episodes of season 6 of "The Walking Dead". In October 2016, Greer suffered a stroke. He retired as an actor after twenty-three years of film and television work, and is currently living in Benton, Arkansas.