Greta trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and has worked extensively in Australia, America and Europe.
Theatre includes: Michael Blakemore's Uncle Vanya(Vaudeville), Aarne Neeme's A Doll's House (Festival of Perth) ; Miss Julie, Simpatico (Sydney Theatre Co);Easy Virtue (Chichester)directed by Maria Aitken; Private Lives (Theatre Royal Bath) directed by Thea Sharrock; Old Times, Mary Stuart and more recently David Williamson's new play Nothing Personal(Ensemble Theatre, Sydney);Vecchi Tempi (Picclolo Teatro, Milan); The Deep Blue Sea (Theatre Royal Bath, tour and West End) directed by Ed Hall ; A Little Night Music (Châtelet Theatre, Paris); Bette and Joan (Arts London, Tour); and most recently Arkadina in THE SEAGULL at the Black Swan Theatre Company in Perth.
Television credits include: The Ebony Tower opposite Laurence Olivier and Dr Fischer of Geneva opposite Alan Bates and James Mason . Michael Bogdanov's Macbeth, Rasputinwith Ian McKellen and Alan Rickman (Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actress); Miss Austen Regrets, Miss Marple, Poirot, Daniel Deronda, Jeffery Archer: The Truth and Broken Trail opposite Robert Duvall (Screen-actors Guild Award nomination). Most recently,Mother Mary in A.D. and Countess Rostova in Andrew Davies' BBC adaptation of War&Peace.
Her many film credits include: James Ivory's Heat and Dust and Jefferson in Paris, The Coca-cola Kid,White Mischief, Presumed Innocent, Country Life, The Browning Version,The Red Violin, Looking for Alibrandi, Kevin Spacey's Beyond the Sea, Robert Altman's The Player and most recently Carole Morley's THE FALLING.