|Topher Grace Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 11 in|
|Date of Birth||July 12, 1978|
Christopher John Grace
Topher, To, Toph
New York City, New York, USA
Topher graduated from Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire in 1996. He later attended the University of Southern California and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Grace also went to Los Angeles’s Groundlings Improvisation School.
- Father – John Grace (Madison Avenue executive)
- Mother – Patricia Grace (Assistant to the schoolmaster of the New Canaan Country School)
- Siblings – Jennifer Grace (Sister)
Brillstein Entertainment Partners
5 ft 11 in or 180 cm
71 kg or 156½ pounds
Girlfriend / Spouse
Topher Grace dated –
- Laura Prepon (1998-1999) – Grace dated actress Laura Prepon from 1998 to 1999.
- Anne Hathaway (1999-2001) – Topher started dating actress Hathaway in 1999. They continued dating each other until 2001. The duo also filmed a romantic comedy film Valentine’s Day in 2010.
- Ginnifer Goodwin (2002) – In 2002, Topher and Ginnifer worked on the 2003 movie Mona Lisa Smile and eventually they were romantically linked to each other.
- Emmy Rossum (2005-2007) – Topher started dating actress Rossum in 2005 and kept dating her for more than a year. The duo kept their relationship private. However, they were spotted “canoodling” on more than one occasion.
- Ivanka Trump (2006) – Grace was RUMORed to be dating a businesswoman, and former model, Ivanka Trump in November 2006.
- Teresa Palmer (2007-2011) – Australian actress, Teresa Palmer and Topher dated ON and OFF from 2007 to 2011. After dating for a year, she separated with him in 2008. The actress was eager to start a family with Topher and for that reason, she also took him to Adelaide, Australia so that he could meet her parents. The two of these got back together in 2009 and then dated until 2011. In 2011, they separated forever.
- Minka Kelly (2008) – RUMOR
- Vanessa Lachey (2009) – In May 2009, the film stars were RUMORed to have had a fling, when they were seen getting cozy in a party thrown by Seth MacFarlane. Neither of the parties ever accepted the relationship.
- Katie Cassidy (2009) – Topher didn’t date actress Cassidy officially, but had a couple of dinner dates in October of 2009.
- Camilla Belle (2010) – The actors dated briefly in August 2010, when they spent an afternoon together at the Brentwood Country Mart.
- Skyler Shaye (2012-2013) – For a couple of months from October 2012 to 2013, Topher dated actress Skyler Shaye.
- Ashley Hinshaw (2013-Present) – Since 2013, Grace is dating a model, Ashley Hinshaw. They got engaged in January 2015. She is about 10 years his junior.
Race / Ethnicity
- Quick wit
- Wiry frame
- Deadpan delivery
He is speculated to be wearing a shoe of size 9.
He has appeared in Crestor, Pizza Hut, Old Navy, and many other commercials.
Best Known For
Playing Eddie Brock / Venom in the 2007 film Spider-Man 3, as Pete Monash in the 2004 film Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!
He is also known for his role as Eric Forman in the That ’70s Show from 1998 to 2006.
Grace appeared in the 2000 crime drama film Traffic for his role as Seth Abrahams. He also won two awards for his performance.
First TV Show
From 1998 to 2006, Topher appeared in Fox’s That ’70s Show for his main role as Eric Forman.
Topher Grace Favorite Things
- Movies – Out of Sight (1998), Schizopolis (1996)
Source – IMDb
Topher Grace Facts
- Topher was born in New York but raised in Darien, Connecticut.
- Topher knows actress Kate Bosworth, producer Nathaniel Bryan, actress Chloë Sevigny.
- Chloe Sevigny has also served as his babysitter sometimes.
- He uses his name as “Topher” instead of “Chris” or “Christopher”.
- Grace supports a microfinance organization, FINCA International.
- He has a border terrier dog named Max.
- He likes to collect baseball caps.
- He appears to be ambidextrous.
- Topher frequently wears a watch on his right wrist.
- He is the nephew of Susan Grace.
- Topher acted, co-produced, and co-wrote the 2011 film Take Me Home Tonight.
- In December 2020, it was revealed that Topher would be returning to television after a 15-year break since his last appearance in That ’70s Show in ABC’s comedy series, Home Economics.