TOPHER GRACE ("Ben Geary")
Topher Grace, who was a weekly fixture in homes across America on the hit comedy series "That '70s Show," seamlessly transitioned from the small screen to the big screen. In 2004 he was honored with Breakthrough Acting Awards by both the National Board of Review and the New York Online Film Critics for his roles in Paul Wietz’s "In Good Company," starring opposite Dennis Quaid and Scarlett Johansson, and Dylan Kidd’s "P.S.," opposite Laura Linney.
Grace most recently starred in Robert Rodriguez’s thriller "Predators," alongside Adrien Brody and Laurence Fishburne and Garry Marshall’s "Valentine’s Day," opposite Anne Hathaway. He will next be seen in the upcoming comedy "Take Me Home Tonight," with Anna Faris, which he also executive produced for Relativity Media. Topher is currently in production on HBO’s "Too Big To Fail" and he just completed production on Michael Brandt’s thriller "THE DOUBLE," in which he stars opposite Richard Gere.
Grace’s major breakthrough in film came with his debut role in Steven Soderbergh’s Oscar nominated "Traffic," which he followed-up with memorable cameos in Soderbergh’s "Ocean’s 11" and "Ocean’s 12." Grace’s other credits include Robert Luketic’s "Win a Date With Tad Hamilton," "Mona Lisa Smile," with Julia Roberts and starring opposite Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst as the evil Venom in the third installment of the Spider-Man franchise.
Due to a tennis injury, Topher fell into acting in a high school performance of "A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum." Upon graduating, he moved to Los Angeles to attend USC and was asked to read for the starring role of Eric Forman on "That '70s Show" by a high school classmate’s parents who had seen him perform. It was his first audition.
Grace now splits his time between New York and Los Angeles.
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