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Adrian Grenier

Born: July 10, 1976 , New Mexico, USA

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Adrian S. Grenier was born in U.S. state of New Mexico on July 10th, 1976. Grenier’s career started in 1997 with a roles in the independent films Arresting Gena and Hurricane.

The next year, Adrian was seen in Fish Outta Water, Celebrity with Leonardo Dicaprio and The Adventures of Sebastian Cole. In 1999, he gained the audience’s notice in Drive Me Crazy playing star Melissa Joan Hart’s love interest and appearing with her in the Britney Spears video for the film’s title track. In 2000, Grenier appeared in John Waters’ Cecil B Demented with Melanie Griffith and Stephen Dorff. In 2001, he starred in Harvard Man with Sarah Michelle Gellar and Steven Spielberg’s A.I. Artificial Intelligence with Haley Joel Osment and Jude Law. The following year saw Grenier in Love In The Time Of Money and Hart’s War with Bruce Willis and Colin Farrell. That same year, Adrian shot a documentary named A Shot in The Dark, which was about his search for his biological father, John Dunbar. It premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.

The next year, he starred in the indie film Bringing Rain and Woody Allen’s Anything Else. A busy 2004 would follow with Tony N Tina’s Wedding and the lead role in the HBO program Entourage. He played Vincent Chase, a movie star whose life with his friends was loosely based on creator/producer Mark Wahlberg’s life. The show, whose cast included Kevin Dillon and Jeremy Piven, made Grenier a household name.

In 2005, Grenier was seen in Across the Hall and A Perfect Fit and in 2006 he was seen in The Devil Wears Prada opposite Anne Hathaway, Emily Blunt and Meryl Streep. He then appeared in 2007’s Off Hour and 2008’s Adventures of Power.

When not acting, Adrian drums for the band The Honey Brothers.

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