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About Me

Grant Pfost

(the "p" is silent, the "o" is long)

I am an Atlanta-based actor who has always been a lover of movies. Many hours of my youth were spent recreating Star Wars with my brothers while watching it in our playroom. If it wasn't movies, I was playing wiffle ball in the backyard, imagining I was my childhood hero, Chipper Jones. I participated in theatre as a child, but stopped to pursue baseball. I have competed with and against some of the most elite players in the country who went on to play Division 1 and even Major League Baseball.

I rediscovered my love of acting in college, where I graduated from the University of Georgia with a major in marketing and minor in theatre. After graduation I attended the Method Acting for Film & TV Intensive at the Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute in New York. Although I am now a young adult, I am still the same kid at heart. I believe my passion, hard work, and dedication to the craft will lead me to success in this industry.

Most recently I played one of the leads in the murder/mystery feature film Most Horrible Things, available on Amazon Prime, Vudu, iTunes, and VOD. I appeared in Interview with the Vampire on AMC and will be on Lifetime and a new Netflix comedy later in 2023. I can also be seen opposite an Emmy-winning actor in two scenes in a new Apple TV+ show slated to come out later this year.

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