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Biography #2 (for In Good Company)

Topher Grace, a weekly fixture in homes across America in the hit comedy series That ‘70s Show, is successfully transitioning from the small screen to the big screen. His major breakthrough came with his debut film role in Steven Soderbergh's Oscar-nominated movie Traffic, which he followed up with a memorable cameo in the Soderbergh's Ocean's Eleven. He recently reprised his role, as himself, in the sequel Ocean's Twelve.

His most recent release, Dylan Kidd's P.S., premiered at this fall's Toronto Film Festival. He stars as the romantic lead opposite Laura Linney in this off-beat romantic comedy – which is an adaptation of the Helen Schulman novel by the same name.

Grace was also seen in Robert Luketic's romantic comedy Win a Date With Tad Hamilton, alongside Kate Bosworth and Josh Duhamel. Before that, he was in last winter's Mona Lisa Smile, opposite Julia Roberts, Kirsten Dunst and Marcia Gay Harden.

He began acting at a young age in various school productions, including musicals and plays. After high school, he moved out to Los Angeles for college and soon embarked on his acting career with a starring role on That ‘70s Show, remarkably sans prior industry experience. He currently resides in Los Angeles.

Bio courtesy Universal Pictures for "In Good Company" (09-Jan-2005)


Biography #3 (for Win a Date With Tad Hamilton!)

Topher Grace is now in his sixth season of starring as Eric Forman in the Fox Network's hit series That '70s Show. He is also presently co-starring with Julia Roberts, Julia Stiles and Kirsten Dunst in the feature film Mona Lisa Smile.

A native of Connecticut, Grace was discovered while performing in a New Hampshire boarding school production of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum by That '70s Show producers Bonnie and Terry Turner. They subsequently brought him in for the series, which marked his first professional audition.

Grace made his feature film debut in Steven Soderbergh's Academy Award-winning film Traffic, playing a drug user who draws Michael Douglas' daughter into the world of cocaine and heroin addiction. His work in the film brought Grace a Young Hollywood Award for Breakthrough Performance, and he shared in a Screen Actors Guild Award won by the entire ensemble cast.

Grace recently completed filming Dylan Kidd's P.S., opposite Laura Linney. He is next set to star alongside Dennis Quaid and Scarlett Johansson in the Weitz brothers' upcoming film Synergy.

Bio courtesy DreamWorks for "Win a Date With Tad Hamilton!" (19-Jan-2004)