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  • Date of birth : 12/02/1954




  • Grenier Zach


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Zach Grenier (1954)

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Zach Grenier is an American actor who has worked in film, television and on stage.

He appeared in the first season of the television show 24 as Carl Webb, was in Deadwood, and on several episodes of Law & Order. He has a recurring role as David Lee, a senior attorney in The Good Wife.

In film he played Edward Norton's boss in Fight Club and Mel Nicolai in Zodiac. He also appeared in the movie Twister as Eddie, Dr. Jonas Miller's assistant. He also plays one of the Callahan Auto Parts associates in Tommy Boy. He appeared in the film Donnie Brasco, as a marriage therapist in which he and Anne Heche have a candid talk with Johnny Depp in the counselling scene.

In 2009, Grenier appeared on Broadway opposite Jane Fonda in 33 Variations, earning him a Tony Award nomination.


 personal life
Grenier was born in Englewood, New Jersey, but considers his home town to be Ann Arbor, Michigan, where he went to Pioneer High School, graduating in 1972. He appeared as Sir Toby Belch in the school's 1972 production of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night .

Grenier's brother Theodore is a popular radio personality in the Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti region of Michigan, broadcasting on WEMU-FM under the name Dr. Arwulf Arwulf and specializing in jazz, 1920-1960.

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