Grahame's career has kept him busy in L.A., London, Toronto, and Vancouver. He
is best known for his feature film work, including the Roland Emmerich epic, THE PATRIOT, and he continues to forge a career out of playing the layered bad guy in television guest appearances. When he brought death to the colonial wounded in The Patriot, Grahame's character felt genuinely awful about it... though that didn't save him from a gruesome end!
Commenting on his death scene in SAVING PRIVATE RYAN, Steven Spielberg proclaimed, "That was better than the opening credits of ER!" Grahame runs the gambit of experience with feature films, television, commercials, voice-overs and animation in three countries. He even played a knight before the knighthood, running the track as Chris Chataway, helping Roger Bannister break the 4-minute mile in FOUR MINUTES.
Now... "After years of playing much younger than my actual age, the salt & pepper hair is here to stay, and I look forward to landing dad roles alongside the villains."
Grahame is also a screenwriter and novelist of The Darkly Stewart Mysteries (darklystewart.com). Follow him on TWITTER: @WoodGrahame