Ad blocker interference detected!
Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers
Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.
Topher's first movie role was a bit part as an overachieving rich prep school teen who introduces his girlfriend to crack cocaine and helps her ruin her life. He did another bit roleas a man who's interested in marrying his sweetheart with intentions for her to be a homemaker and mother to his children, echoing a plot he did on "That '70's Show" in "Mona Lisa Smile."
He recieved particular acclaim and proved himself worthy as a bone-fide leading man and star for doing two of the best films of 2004: "P.S." and "In Good Company." His roles in lesser films were the role of the sweethearted true-love interest in "Win A Date With Tad Hamilton!" and a voice-over in the universally hated stinkbomb live-action "Pinocchio."
He is currently at work on an autobiographical film co-concieved by himself that owes a lot to his work during his freshman years on "That '70's Show." The film takes place in the '80's. He himself will star.
- Topher Grace made a cameo appearance as himself in Ocean's 11. In the movie, Brad Pitt's character was teaching a group of teen actors, including Topher, to play poker. Topher's line "All reds!" as he laid down a hand of mismatched diamonds and hearts was unscripted.
- He appeared again as himself in Ocean's 12 going through a downward spiral of his teen stardom, long wily hair and a unkempt beard, claiming he left the "'70's Show" to appear in a "Dennis Quaid movie which he phoned in."