Grant Heslov English Actor
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    - Producer
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Grant Heslov is an American film producer, actor, director, and screenwriter. He was born on 15th May in 1963. His birthplace was Los Angeles, California in the United States. He grew up in the area of Palos Verdes. His dad was a dentist. His family followed Jew tradition. He studied at Palos Verdes High School in the University of Southern California. He had a friend named Tate Donovan Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Tate Donovan , who later became an actor. He is a part of Phi Kappa Psi. He is married to Lysa Hayland Heslov. She is a producer.

Coming to his career, Heslov started acting and did several movies. Some of his credits were Dante’s Peak, The Scorpion King, Congo, True Lies, Good Night and Good Luck Click to look into! >> Read More... Good Luck , Black Sheep, Enemy of the State, and Catch Me If You Can. He acted in various TV shows like Family Ties, Happy Days, L.A. Law, Sleeper Cell, Matlock, mama’s Family, and The X-Files.

In 2006, and Grant began Smokehouse Pictures. Grant started writing plays for the production house. He had received nominations for an Academy Award along with Clooney for the title of Best Original Screenplay. He also nominated for the Best Film Producer awardfor Good Night, ad Good Luck.

In 1985, Grant starred as Parker’s Gang in The Journey of Natty Gann. In the same year, he appeared as Joe Gonzales in The Boys Next Door. In 1986, he played the character of Usher in Legal Eagles. After two years, he appeared as a car attendant in Sunset. In the same year, he portrayed himself as Karl in License to Drive. In 1989, he worked in two movies. Those were Dangerous Curves and Catch Me if You Can. In one, he featured as Karl and in other as Wally Wilder. In 1990, he did the role of Rick in Vital Signs. In 1994, he appeared as Faisal in True Lies. Then, up the next year, Grant worked in Congo as Richard. In 1996, he did Black Sheep and The Birdcage taking up roles as Robbie Mieghem and national photographer. Following up the next year, he appeared in Dante’s Peak as Greg. In 1998, he did Enemy of the State and Waiting for Woody. In 2002, he performed in Bug and The Scorpion King. Other films were Lost Angeles, The Ides of March, Argo, The Monuments Men Click to look into! >> Read More... The Monuments Men ; Our Brand is Crisis, and Money Monster Click to look into! >> Read More... Money Monster . He has been famous for presenting as Robbie in Black Sheep. It was a sitcom comedy.