Christopher John Grace (born July 12, 1978), better known as Topher Grace, is an American actor perhaps best known for playing the lead role of Eric Forman on the long-running Fox live-action sitcom That '70s Show and appeared as the villain Eddie Brock, Jr./Venom in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 3.
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. Hilarious. 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."
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 paticular 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.