Greg Grunberg : Matt Parkman
Date Of Birth: July 11th, 1966 Hometown: Los Angeles, California
Grunberg is best known as the lovable Eric Weiss on “Alias,” where he spent four seasons thwarting the menacing plans of the world’s most dubious villains. Audiences first fell in love with Grunberg when he starred as Sean in four seasons on “Felicity.” He has appeared in multiple episode arcs on “NYPD Blue” and “Melrose Place,” and has guest-starred on shows such as “Diagnosis Murder,” “Murphy Brown,” “Vengeance Unlimited,” “Oh Baby,” “Rescue 77,” “Jersey,” “Players,” “Alright Already,” “Ned and Stacey” and “Relativity.”
In addition to his small-screen success, Grunberg has emerged as a thriving film actor. His feature-film credits include “Mission: Impossible 3” (directed by J.J. Abrams and starring Tom Cruise), “Malibu’s Most Wanted,” “Ladykillers,” “Hollow Man,” “Austin Powers: Goldmember,” “The Muse,” “BASEketball,” “Trigger Effect” and “Dinner & Driving.” He will next be seen in the independent action feature “Fast Glass,” opposite Andrew Keegan.
Grunberg also worked for noted film producers Dino de Laurentiis and Joel Silver, and co-wrote and voiced the lead character in a computer-animated pilot for HBO. Recently, he has also helped to develop and star in a few pilots, including “The Catch” with creator-executive producer J.J. Abrams and “Grand Union.”
A philanthropist by nature, Grunberg runs a charitable organization called “Hollywood Helping Hands,” which auctions off pieces of artwork that are finger-painted by celebrities to benefit the Pediatric Epilepsy Project at UCLA, since his eldest son suffers from pediatric epilepsy. He currently lives outside Los Angeles with his wife, Elizabeth, and their three young sons.