Greg Tufaro

Greg Tufaro (born February 19, 1976), aka Astrolo-G, is an American astrologer and television producer, who was born in Queens, New York. Greg first gained attention as the sole astrologer on two seasons of HGTV’s “What’s Your Sign? Design” attempting to bring clashing personalities together in their design styles for their home. A second-generation astrologer, Tufaro graduated from Dartmouth College with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and then went on to do post-graduate work at Georgetown University’s Special Masters program in physiology and biophysics. He has appeared on The Tyra Banks Show, Entertainment Tonight, Rachael Ray, Glenn Beck, The Joy Behar Show, and Good Morning America and in the daily syndicated daytime pilot for NBC, Fresh Squeezed with Hoda and Toure, in the branded segment, “Total E-clips,” where he highlighted the best viral videos and web sites of the day. In 2009, he was featured as Dear Astrolo-G on The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet and wrote a monthly astrological column on love, relationships, career and finances for Fox News’ internet magazine, iMag, in addition to making regular appearances on SIRIUS satellite radio. In 2010, Greg moved back behind the camera and began producing for Sony Pictures Television where he was a 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 is now proud to be a part of the team at "The Juice" on Veria Living.

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Senior Supervising Producer
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