Gregory L. Hudson received his MFA in Performing Arts Management, and his BA in Theatre at Brooklyn College, (City University of New York, "CUNY") in Brooklyn, New York, and has studied theatre and the performing arts for many years. He is the author of "Monologues: Dramatic Monologues For Actors," which is a compilation of thirty-two original monologues from some of his most profound stage plays, films, and television pilots. Gregory has written, produced, directed and starred in numerous plays Off-Broadway in New York City. He studied various aspects of the theatre at Brooklyn Academy of Music, (BAM), Carneige Hall, The Public Theatre, The New York Shakespeare Festival and producing theatre on Broadway. He has worked for the New York City Department of Education and has certifications (as a teacher) in performing arts-drama, and speech. As an administrator, he has supervisory licenses is performing arts, drama, and speech for elementary, junior high and high school. His teaching includes: play writing, screen writing, speech, public speaking, acting, directing, mime, voice & movement, and character development. Some of Gregory's films includes: A Piece Of My Dream, Thaddeus McCain and several untitled films. Some of his plays include: A Piece Of My Dream, Bronx House, Vagabond Love, and No Harm, No Foul, some of which are scheduled for publication. Gregory is also widely respected in the area of copyright infringement, and recently completed an "explosive" new novel entitled, Why I Sued Eddie Murphy.