About Topher Grace
Topher Grace, real name Christopher John Grace is a prominent American actor, best known for his role on situation comedy That ‘70s Show, where he portrayed Eric Forman. He has also starred as Eddie Brock in the movie Spider-Man 3 by Sam Raimi, as Carter Duryea in In Good Company and as Edwin in Predators. As for 2013, Topher Grace net worth is estimated at $10 million.
Christopher was born in New York, in a family of Pat and John Grace. His father was an assistant in New Canaan High School, while his mother worked as an executive in Madison Avenue. Although her fortune never came close to Topher Grace net worth, she was highly evaluated professional and a wealthy woman. While growing up in Connecticut, Christopher befriended an actress Kate Bosworth, widely known for her role in television series Young Americans, as well as movies Wonderland, Superman Returns and Beyond the Sea. In the 1980s he was babysat by another actress, Chloe Savigny, recognizable from the films American Psycho, Party Monster, The Brown Bunny and Dogville.
His talent for acting, the main reason of Topher Grace net worth, unfolded as the boy joined the school drama club.
He made his television debut at the age 20, appearing as Eric Forman on That ‘70s Show. This role earned Christopher seven nominations for Teen Choice Awards, all in the period 1999-2004. Two years later the future millionaire landed a role in Seth Abraham’s film Traffic, where he played a prep school student addicted to cocaine. This role garnered Topher two prestigious accolades, Young Hollywood Award for the best male breakthrough performance and Screen Actors Guild Award for the Outstanding Performance by a Cast, and established his name among the most talented young actors.
In the mid-2000s Grace landed one of the most important roles in his career: he was cast as Eddie Brock in Spider-Man 3. This role garnered Topher five nominations: two for Teen Choice Award (in the categories of Movie Rumble and Movie Villain), one for MTV Movie Award as the Best Villain, one for Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor and one for Scream Award (in the category of Most Vile Villain). In 2011 the millionaire debuted as a screenwriter with a movie Take Me Home Tonight. Unfortunately, it received rather negative critical reviews and was a commercial failure, grossing more than $10 million billow the budget.
What about his personal life and love relationships? His most famous love affair began in 2006, when the actor started dating Ivanka Trump. The couple broke-up by the end of the same year. Needles to say, the fortunes of Donald Trump’s daughter are significantly superior to Topher Grace net worth. His ex- currently owns $150 million.