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Biography #2 (for Underworld)Hailing from Minneapolis, Minn., Kevin Grevioux moved often as a kid, living in Illinois, Alaska, Oklahoma, Massachusetts and New Jersey.
An avid reader, he had a passion for everything from history and comic books to science and, ultimately, science fiction. After graduating from Howard University in Washington, D.C., with a degree in Microbiology and studying for his Masters degree in Genetic Engineering, he worked as a research assistant at the National Institutes of Health. Ironically, it was while working in the field of science that he began to ponder an actual career working in the film industry writing science fiction scripts.
Grevioux moved to Los Angeles and began to hone his skills as a writer, penning several scripts. To this end, he has written and directed two sci-fi short films, Indigo and Thanatos.
In addition, Grevioux studied acting and has appeared in numerous films, including Planet of the Apes, Charlie's Angels, Bowfinger, Steel, Batman Forever and Congo. Most recently, he appeared in The Hulk and Men In Black II.
Grevioux met director Len Wiseman while working on the sci-fi hit Stargate in 1993. They became fast friends and later collaborated on a host of ideas, leading to the completion of two scripts, one of which was Underworld. It was Grevioux who first came up with the original concept for Underworld and wrote the initial screenplay and treatment.
Grevioux is currently doing rewrites on his next two scripts after which he plans on putting the final touches on his first novel, a science-fiction thriller.
Bio courtesy Screen Gems for "Underworld" (05-Oct-2003)