Todd Graff

Highest Rated: 94% City of Hope (1991)
Lowest Rated: 13% Opportunity Knocks (1990)
Birthday: Oct 22, 1959
Birthplace: Not Available
Todd Graff has been a working actor ever since graduating from the State University of New York in the early 1980s. One of his first movie assignments was the kibbutz-based drama Not Quite Paradise (1984). Subsequent credits include such street-smart dramas as Five Corners (1988) and Dominic and Eugene (1988). Todd Graff has also appeared off the street on occasion, notably as oil-rigger crewman Alan "Hippy" Carnes in the 1989 sci-fier The Abyss.With Used People (1992), Graff added screenwriting and producing to his list of talents.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
31% Joyful Noise Director Screenwriter $29.1M 2012
81% Bandslam Director Screaming Teacher $5.3M 2009
64% Camp Screenwriter Director Producer $1.6M 2003
42% Death to Smoochy Skip Kleinman $8.4M 2002
18% The Beautician and the Beast Denny Producer Screenwriter 1997
61% Strange Days Tex Arcana 1995
44% Angie Producer Screenwriter 1994
47% The Vanishing Producer Screenwriter 1993
40% Used People Producer Screenwriter 1992
94% City of Hope Zip 1991
13% Opportunity Knocks Lou Pasquino 1990
No Score Yet Framed Pete 1990
38% An Innocent Man Robby 1989
89% The Abyss Alan `Hippy' Carnes 1989
No Score Yet The Abyss (Special Edition) Actor 1989
80% Dominick and Eugene Larry Higgins 1988
No Score Yet Sweet Lorraine Leonard 1987
78% Five Corners Jamie 1987
No Score Yet Not Quite Paradise Rothwell T. Schwartz 1986

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