Born on the studio backlots of Los Angeles and raised in the bayous of Louisiana, Greer studied filmmaking, performance, and literature at Mount Holyoke College, Sarah Lawrence College, and the San Francisco Art Institute (B.F.A).
In 2017, Greer toured the U.S. with Noir City, a film festival presented by the Film Noir Foundation. As Miss Noir City, she co-hosted the festival with Eddie Muller of Turner Classic Movie's Noir Alley. Classic film is one of Greer's greatest passions and her love of noir influences much of her work.
As a singer and performer, Greer was recently featured on a special "Watching the Hawks" segment of RT America, highlighting new and innovative musical artists. With frequent musical collaborator Joe Gore (Tom Waits, PJ Harvey), 2018 saw the release of two singles, SILVER DAGGER and I'D KILL TO BE HER MAN, produced at Outland Studios.
Greer starred onstage as the title character in a new stage adaptation of Tennessee Williams' BABY DOLL through Summer 2018 at Pacific Resident Theatre in Los Angeles. Her performance garnered critical acclaim, and the production broke records with its extended sold-out run.
She is currently writing her second feature.