Kevin Grevioux

Kevin Grevioux

Actor Kevin Grevioux has found success in many different areas, most notably from his close connection to the "Underworld" film franchise. Grevioux graduated from Howard University in 1993 with a degree in microbiology; after graduation, he attended graduate school, and there decided to pursue an acting career. He left school after a semester to move to Los Angeles and act full-time, landing small parts in a number of films. He met Len Wiseman while working as an extra on "Stargate," and the pair quickly struck up a friendship. The pair collaborated on the concept and screenplay for 2003's "Underworld," in which Grevioux also acted as the vampire Raze. He returned to the role in 2009's "Underworld: Rise Of The Lycans." His other parts include Tim Burton's "Planet of the Apes" remake, "Men In Black II," and the video game "Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath." He has also done voice acting for cartoons including "Pokemon" and "The Batman." In 2006, Grevioux founded a pair of comic book publishing companies, Astounding Studios and DarkStorm Studios. In recent years, he has done writing work for Marvel Comics on their "New Warriors" series. He has also written the script for Eminem's forthcoming horror film, "Shady Talez."