Greg Tufaro is a four time Emmy Award-winning television producer; a graduate of Dartmouth College with a Bachelor’s degree in psychology and additional post-graduate work in Georgetown University’s Special Masters’ program in physiology and biophysics. In 2010, Tufaro began producing for Sony Pictures Television where he worked as Senior Producer on “The Dr. Oz Show” and received two Daytime Emmys for Outstanding Talk Show/Informative in 2012 and 2013. In mid-2013, he stepped over into the role of Supervising Producer for Bethenny Frankel’s talk show, “Bethenny” and today, he is a Supervising Producer for “Good Morning America” where he and the team received two Daytime Emmys for Outstanding Morning Show in 2017 and 2018.
Tufaro began his career in television working for ABC on the primetime edition of “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?” hosted by Regis Philbin. He quickly progressed to the rank of producer working on talk shows fronted by MTV’s Ananda Lewis, “America’s Most Wanted” host John Walsh and TV legend Jane Pauley. Soon came the opportunity to dive into the world of reality television where Tufaro supervised TLC’s “Operation Homecoming,” a show which focused on the emotional and thought-provoking stories of soldiers returning home from war.
Over the next several years, Tufaro continued his stint in reality TV, appearing on and producing several home-design shows for HGTV. He has interviewed and cast hundreds of chef contestants for Food Network’s hit show “Chopped.” In 2009, he joined “The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet” as the show’s line producer and was featured on-air in the recurring segment, “Dear Astrolo-G,” in addition to writing a monthly column on career and finances for Fox News’ internet magazine, iMag. Additionally, he has produced for and appeared in television pilots alongside Hoda Kotb and for MTV.