Celebrity Adrian Grenier was born on July 10, 1976, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and grew up in Brooklyn, Ny. He’s famous for his character in the television series Entourage (200411).
His mom, Karesse Grenier, had met his dad, John Dunbar, when the two were living in a commune in Crayville, Ny. Grenier was raised in Brooklyn, Ny, by his mom, who was employed as a realtor.
Then he attended Bard College, a liberal arts school in Annandale on Hudson, Ny, where he studied drama and music. He graduated in 1998.
While still a college student, Grenier made his film debut in the independent picture Arresting Gena in 1997. He also took a small part in Woody Allen’s Celebrity in 1998, appearing alongside Leonardo DiCaprio.
Then he played the boyfriend of Anne Hathaway’s character in The Devil Wears Prada (2006).
Despite an initial dearth of curiosity about appearing on television, Grenier took a starring role on the HBO show Entourage, playing a movie star named Vincent Chase who browses the delights and pitfalls of Hollywood together with assistance from his childhood pals (played by Kevin Connolly, Jerry Ferrara and Kevin Dillon) and his representative (played by Jeremy Piven).
Grenier has additionally worked on several documentary films. In 2002, he chronicled his own reunion along with his father, from whom he’d been estranged for 18 years, in A Shot in the Dark. He went on to direct 2010’s Teenage Paparazzo, a study of star fixation inspired by 13-year old paparazzo Austin Visschedyk. In the year 2012, he made How To Make Money Selling Drugs, an assessment of the prohibited drug business.
Outside of his performing career, Grenier is active in environmental causes. He appeared on the cable TV show Alter Eco, which discussed eco-friendly lifestyle problems, in 2008, and after found SHFT.com, a site encouraging sustainable living.
Also, Grenier is a musician and performs in two New York-based groups: He’s the lead singer of the group Kid Friendly, and performs as a drummer, guitarist and vocalist for the folk rock quintet the Honey Brothers. He started Wreckroom, a recording studio and performance space, in 2012.