Topher Grace

Topher Grace

Highest Rated: 96% BlacKkKlansman (2018)

Lowest Rated: Not Available

Birthday: Jul 12, 1978

Birthplace: New York, New York, USA

Topher Grace was an American TV and film actor who was best known for playing the affable Eric Forman for 7 seasons on the Fox sitcom "That 70's Show" (Fox, 1998-2006). Born in New York City and raised in Darien, Connecticut, Grace first started acting while attending boarding school in New Hampshire. He began appearing in school productions of famous musicals like "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," and quickly fell in love with acting. It was also during this period that Grace, whose first name is Christopher, started calling himself Topher, seeing as he hated it when people called him Chris. When he was just starting out as a stage actor, Grace met a young actress by the name of Chloe Sevigny (who would later go on to have a sterling acting career in her own right). Grace and Sevigny appeared in a few plays together, and although she was only a few years older than him, she eventually babysat for the younger Topher on a few occasions. By the time he was 18, Grace knew that he wanted to be in films and on TV. He enrolled in the University of Southern California, given its close proximity to Hollywood, and began going on auditions in between classes. On one of his very first auditions, he was asked to read for the part of a new sitcom that took place in the 1970s. Grace crushed the audition and was given the role of the lovable, but slightly socially awkward teenager Eric Forman on "That 70's Show." When the show premiered in 1998, it was a big hit, making instant stars of Grace and his fellow castmates, which included Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis. By the early 2000s, with his career in the sitcom world riding high, Grace also started making a name for himself in movies. In the first few years of the 2000s, Grace racked up roles in "Traffic" (2000), "Ocean's Eleven" (2001), "Mona Lisa Smile" (2003) and "Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!" (2004), thus proving he had the serious acting chops needed to make it in movies. In 2005, after 7 seasons on "That 70's Show," Grace left the series to focus on his burgeoning film career. In the late 2000s and early 2010s, he appeared as Venom in "Spider-Man 3" (2007), "Predators" (2010), "Take Me Home Tonight" (2011), "The Big Wedding" (2013), and "Interstellar" (2014). Then in 2018, Grace worked with the iconic director Spike Lee in "BlacKkKlansman" (2018). He played the white supremacist David Duke in the film, which took home an Academy Award and also starred Adam Driver. In 2019, nearly 15 years after he left "That 70's Show," Grace returned to TV with a starring role in the thriller mini-series "The Hot Zone" (National Geographic, 2019). That series, which also starred Julianna Margulies, premiered on the National Geographic channel in May of 2019.

Highest rated movies

BlacKkKlansman Traffic
Opening Night
In Good Company
Too Big to Fail
The Giant Mechanical Man




40% 62% Irresistible Kurt (Character) - 2020
63% 79% Breakthrough Pastor Jason Noble (Character) $40.7M 2019
58% 56% Under the Silver Lake Man at Bar (Character) $35.3K 2018
96% 83% BlacKkKlansman David Duke (Character) $48.6M 2018
0% 52% Delirium Tom (Character) - 2018
47% 34% War Machine Matt Little (Character) - 2017
0% 13% The Institute Vincent (Character) - 2017
83% 64% Opening Night Nick (Character),
- 2016
63% 62% Truth Mike Smith (Character) $2.5M 2015
44% 45% American Ultra Adrian Yates (Character) $14.4M 2015
14% 33% Playing It Cool Scott (Character) - 2014
73% 86% Interstellar Getty (Character) $188.0M 2014
52% 33% The Calling Ben Wingate (Character) - 2014
7% 30% Don Peyote Unknown (Character) - 2014
7% 40% The Big Wedding Jared (Character) $21.8M 2013
70% 65% The Giant Mechanical Man Doug (Character) $5.4K 2012
77% 76% Too Big to Fail Jim Wilkinson (Character) - 2011
21% 33% The Double Ben Geary (Character) - 2011
28% 42% Take Me Home Tonight Matt Franklin (Character),
Executive Producer
$6.9M 2011
65% 52% Predators Edwin (Character) $52.0M 2010
18% 47% Valentine's Day Jason (Character) $110.5M 2010
63% 51% Spider-Man 3 Eddie Brock/Venom (Character) $336.5M 2007
54% 39% P.S. F. Scott Feinstadt (Character) $175.4K 2004
82% 54% In Good Company Carter Duryea (Character) $45.5M 2004
55% 47% Win a Date With Tad Hamilton! Pete Monash (Character) $17.0M 2004
34% 60% Mona Lisa Smile Tommy Donegal (Character) $63.7M 2003
92% 85% Traffic Seth Abrams (Character) $124.1M 2000


No Score Yet 75% Home Economics Tom (Character),
Executive Producer
No Score Yet 24% The Drew Barrymore Show Guest 2022
No Score Yet 49% Late Night With Seth Meyers Guest 2018 2022
No Score Yet 6% The View Guest 2021-2022
No Score Yet 50% The Kelly Clarkson Show Guest 2021
No Score Yet 0% The Ellen DeGeneres Show Guest 2018 2021
No Score Yet 10% Jimmy Kimmel Live! Guest 2013 2015 2021
67% 46% The Twilight Zone Mark (Guest Star) 2020
No Score Yet 45% The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Guest 2019
84% 83% Black Mirror Billy (Character) 2019
57% 72% The Hot Zone Peter Jarhling (Character) 2019
No Score Yet 50% Busy Tonight Guest 2019
No Score Yet 28% The Late Late Show With James Corden Guest 2019
85% 79% Love, Death + Robots Rob (Voice) 2019
No Score Yet No Score Yet Last Call With Carson Daly Guest 2017
No Score Yet 0% The Talk Guest 2017
No Score Yet No Score Yet Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen Guest 2015
No Score Yet 81% Drunk History Unknown (Guest Star) 2015
No Score Yet 91% Comedy Bang! Bang! Guest 2013
No Score Yet 87% Conan Guest 2011
No Score Yet No Score Yet Lopez Tonight Guest 2010-2011
No Score Yet 20% Late Night With Jimmy Fallon Guest 2011
85% 75% The Simpsons Donny (Guest Voice) 2008
No Score Yet 79% That '70s Show Eric Forman (Character) 1998-2005
No Score Yet 93% Robot Chicken Unknown (Guest Voice) 2005
No Score Yet 44% Saturday Night Live Host 2005
No Score Yet 56% King of the Hill Chris (Guest Voice) 2003
No Score Yet 100% The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Guest 2001