Topher Grace (Actor/Producer)
Topher Grace (Actor/Producer)

Topher was raised in Darien, Connecticut. He attended school in Massachusetts for two years, where he began his acting career in such musicals as Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and The Pirates of Penzance. He also tried his first shot at directing with a choose-your-own-adventure-style movie starring his classmates.

His first name is Christopher, and he hated being called Chris in school, so he changed it to Topher as time went on. He attended New Hampshire's Brewster Academy and the University of Southern California.

Grace dropped out of USC to start his show business career in That '70s Show (1998) at age 20. He was cast in that show because the show's creators, Bonnie Turner and Terry Turner, saw him act in a high-school play.

After That '70s Show, Topher starred in the critically acclaimed film, Traffic and In Good Company as well as Spider Man 3 and Valentine's Day. Recently, Topher produced, wrote and starred in the 80s comedy, Take Me Home Tonight, alongside Anna Faris and Teresa Palmer. 

Take Me Home Tonight's Topher Grace talks about how to have a long career in Hollywood.  Watch the exclusive interview with the young actor/producer only here on iamROGUE!

Take Me Home Tonight's Topher Grace talks about method acting and other ways he got into character for his role in the '80s comedy.  Watch the exclusive interview with the young actor/producer only here on iamROGUE!

Topher Grace Rogue Spotlight

Tuesday, 01 March 2011 00:00

Topher Grace talks about the biggest challenge in making his latest movie, Take Me Home Tonight. Did you know he also write and produced this film?  Be sure to check back all week to hear more from Topher on the Rogue Spotlight.

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