Meet Gregory Caruso was only known as The Hot Debate Guy!
**** Gregory Caruso was first seen at a presidential debate, media went bananas over the mystery hottie dubbed online only as the Hot debate guy, his presence at a second presidential debate created a havoc and the only thing everybody wanted to know is who is the hot debate guy. His name is Gregory Caruso and here is all we know about him.
24-year-old Gregory Caruso born Gregory James Caruso Wilson in Los Angeles, California on July 13, 1991 to former model Christina Jean Caruso aka Tina Caruso and Rick Caruso who is the founder and chief executive officer of Caruso Affiliated, a large American real-estate company and president of the Los Angeles Police Commission and a member of the Board of Water and Power Commissioners. In 2008 the Caruso Family’s wealth was estimated at $1.7 billion.
Gregory has one older brother Alexander David Caruso, 25, who worked at the Caruso Affiliated, before that he worked with Los Angeles County Fire Department and Dwp. He also has two young siblings, Justin, 20, and sister Jianna “Gigi” Caruso, 15.
Gregory Caruso graduated from Brentwood School where he was a standout quarterback, he continued playing football all the way to college where he joined the USC Trojans. Gregory Caruso graduated from USC School of Cinematic Arts in 2014.
Gregory Caruso co-owner of Bristol Pictures directed and wrote the short films Gloves and Flock of Four in 2015 and Making the American Man. He was also the writer of De Harte Serenade.
According to Gregory Caruso’s biography..
“My name’s Gregory Caruso. I’m making a documentary along with a great crew of friends from USC. “Making the American Man” is a documentary about American made goods for men, the proud makers of these products, and what it means to be an American man from their perspectives. We are currently traveling the US, having just completed our first West Coast trip. Posts from our first leg will be posted daily and any support is truly appreciated.
I attend The School of Cinematic Arts at The University of Southern California. I was born and raised in Los Angeles and always had an interest in film from a young age, specifically the post-war black-and-whites and westerns I would watch with my father.
I have a true appreciation for the history of film, specifically The Golden Age of Cinema from 1925-1950 and film noir. I believe some of the most inspirational, meticulously stylized, artistically crafted way of story telling, flourished especially after World War II, in the 1940s. I have taken several courses and researched in detail such directors as Alfred Hitchcock, Billy Wilder, Frank Capra, Howard Hawks, and John Ford in hopes of continuing their mark on film and story telling.
I have been fortunate enough to travel a lot in my life with my family and feel I have a global appreciation for art, architecture, culture, and film in general. Filmmaking for me comes most naturally and creatively with the help of other mediums such as literature and painting. I plan to create relatable but unique, provocative but real, and stylized but refined films that positively inspire people in a meaningful way.”