Topher Grace stars in "The Double," opposite Richard Gere and Martin Sheen, as Ben Geary.

Topher Grace, who was a weekly fixture in homes across America in the hit comedy series "That `70s Show," has seamlessly transitioned from the small screen to the big screen. As testament to his success, he was honored with Breakthrough Acting Awards by both the National Board of Review and the New York Online Film Critics for his starring roles in "In Good Company" and "P.S." in 2004.

Grace recently starred with Anna Faris, Dan Fogler and Teresa Palmer in the wild comedy "Take Me Home Tonight," for which he also served as an executive producer. Grace also starred in Curtis Hanson's "Too Big to Fail" as Jim Wilkinson. The HBO movie also stars William Hurt, Paul Giamatti and Bill Pullman, among many other notable names. Previously, Grace starred in Garry Marshall's hit romantic comedy "Valentine's Day," part of an ensemble cast that included Jessica Alba, Bradley Cooper and Jamie Foxx. In the summer of 2007, he brought to life the evil Venom in the third installment of the "Spider-Man" franchise for director Sam Raimi, alongside stars Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst.

Currently, Grace is executive producing and starring in "Kids in America" for Imagine/Universal. He co-wrote the script with his producing partner Gordon Kaywin and stars opposite Anna Faris. Grace walso executive produced with Kaywin and starred in "Source Code," a sci-fi thriller for Universal. Topher Grace also has the comedy "Coxblocker" in development with Seann William Scott.

Grace's major breakthrough in film came with his debut role in Steven Soderbergh's Oscar-nominated "Traffic," which he followed up with a memorable cameo in Soderbergh's "Ocean's Eleven." Grace also reprised his cameo in the sequel, "Ocean's Twelve." His other credits include Nimród Antal's "Predators," opposite Adrien Brody and Laurence Fishburne; Robert Luketic's romantic comedy "Win a Date With Tad Hamilton!," with Kate Bosworth and Josh Duhamel; and Mike Newell's "Mona Lisa Smile," opposite Julia Roberts and Kirsten Dunst.

Grace fell into acting in high school, where he starred in productions such as "The Pirates of Penzance," "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," and "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum." Upon graduation, he moved to Los Angeles to attend USC where after only a short time he was called in to read for the starring role of Eric Forman on "That `70s Show" by a high-school classmate's parents, who remembered him from a high-school performance.

The actor currently resides in Los Angeles.

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How tall is he? How old is he? Where does he live? Who is he dating? Find out here.

Age: 39 years old
Birthday: July 12, 1978
Height: 5' 10 ½"
Full Name / Real Name: Christopher John Grace
Birthplace: New York, NY
Current Residence: Los Angeles, CA

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