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David Marshall Grant

David Marshall Grant

A versatile actor who met with success immediately after graduating from the Yale School of Drama, Grant has played memo­rable roles in feature films, TV movies and theatrical productions. In 1979-80, he appeared opposite Richard Gere on Broadway in Bent, a powerful study of gays imprisoned during WWII in a Nazi concentration camp. Grant later portrayed Joe Pitt, the troubled Mormon in the original Broadway production of Tony Kushner's Angels in America: Millennium Approaches and its companion piece Angels in America: Perestroika.

He made his film debut as a college student spending his junior year abroad in the teen comedy French Postcards and attracted attention opposite Kevin Costner as the younger and more reckless of two bicycling brothers in American Flyers. His additional feature credits include Bat*21, Air America, The Chamber and People I Know.

In 1989,' Grant played the role of a gay man who enters the yuppie circle on TV's acclaimed thirtysomething. His television projects have also included Citizen Cohn and And the Band Played On.

A playwright whose work Snakebit has been performed in regional theaters throughout the country, Grant was also a co-writer of the CBS telefilm Jenifer, based on the life of Jenifer Estess, who founded Project ALS to research a cure for Lou Gehrig's disease.


Note: This profile was written in or before 2004.

David Marshall Grant Facts

OccupationActor
BirthdayJune 21, 1955 (62)
SignGemini
BirthplaceWestport, Connecticut, USA

Selected Filmography

Dirty Bomb
Love Actually
The Galileo Seven
The Stepford Wives
Air America
The Devil Wears Prada
Forever Young
Bat 21
And the Band Played On
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