Kevin Grevioux

Kevin Grevioux

Creator/Actor/Writer

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Offering Many Things In

Creator

Creator of many things from comics to movies to striving to make something that is enjoyable by all.

Actor

Began with Star Trek to Alien Nation to Batman Forever to Planet of The Apes to Men in Black II to Underworld to Young Justice and now to The fun of Animal Crackers

Producer

Has had the pleasure of three Underworld movies and I, Frankenstein

Writer

Started with the Underworld Series, Ben 10 and I, Frankenstein and has continued on to this day.

Stunts

Some cases you just have to do it for yourself and from the Great White Hype to The Chamber to the Hulk

Comic Book Writer

Wrote for both Marvel and DC but now I write for my comics at Darkstorm Comics.

As an actor, he has been seen in such films as The Mask, Steel, Congo, Tim Burton's Planet of the Apes remake, and the 2003 vampire vs. werewolf film, Underworld.

Underworld was Grevioux's first produced writing credit. He came up with the original concept/premise and wrote the original screenplay along with director Len Wiseman, launching the Underworld franchise. He appears in the film himself as a lycan, Raze, and returned as the character in the Underworld prequel Underworld: Rise of the Lycans, which he will also be adapting into a comic book mini-series. He also expressed an interest in telling more Underworld stories in comic form if this proves successful.

Using Romeo and Juliet as an archetype, Grevioux based Underworld on his experiences with interracial dating and the tension that it often causes. He also brought a scientific element to the world of vampires and werewolves by basing vampirism and lycanthropy on a viral mutagen rather than the mysticism typically associated with these two mythic creatures. This idea has been used before Underworld, for example in I Am Legend by Richard Matheson, written in 1954, as well as in the Blade franchise.

Early 2006 saw Grevioux form two comic book imprints, Astounding Studios and DarkStorm Studios. Grevioux's Astounding Studios imprint was to focus on all-ages titles such as Valkyries, Guardian Heroes and The Hammer Kid. The Darkstorm Studios imprint was a more mature line, including the books Alivs Rex,Skull and Guns and Uzan, The Mighty.

Grevioux's voice is distinctively deep. In the commentary track of Underworld, he relates that during the promotion and launch of the film, many fans asked him if his voice had been altered by computer, and were surprised to learn that it had not been.

Grevioux wrote Marvel Comics' New Warriors volume 4. Grevioux also wrote Adam: Legend of the Blue Marvel, a character he created years ago as a young teenage comic book fan. The mini series was drawn by Mat Broome and Roberto Castro. He is also in the process of writing a story featuring Lee Falk's characters The Phantom and Mandrake the Magician, co-written with Mike Bullock. He will also be writing ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction for Red 5 Comics.

On December 2, 2009, Grevioux hosted a pilot episode for a concept series, Monster Tracker, on Discovery Channel.

He sold the script for the film adaptation of his Darkstorm Studios graphic novel, I, Frankenstein, to Lakeshore Entertainment, which also produced the Underworld films. The story follows the original monster of Victor Frankenstein who is the only force that stands between the human race and an uprising of supernatural creatures determined to overthrow the world. Filming began on February 27, 2012

Proffessional Skills

  • Creator

  • Actor

  • Producer

  • Writer

  • Comic Book Writer

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Kevin Grevioux

Career History

Credits

  1993-1994

Star Trek: The Next Generation/Deep Space Nine

DS9 Security Officer

One of my first acting jobs and I was lucky that it was on such a good show with a great cast of people.

  1994

The Mask

Henchman

A great movie to be a part of especially with Jim Carrey playing the mask.

  1995

Batman Forever

Harvey's Thug

Nothing beats Batman and getting to act on this movie made me geek out with fun and excitment.

  2001

Planet of the Apes

Limbo's 1st Handler

Good cast and working with Tim Burton was great.

  2003

Underworld

Raze

I had written the screenplay and had ws able to play one of the defining characters of my career.

  2009

Underworld: Rise of the Lycans

Raze

An Underworld prequel that gave me another chance to play Raze in this series.

  2014

I, Frankenstein

Dekar

Another exciting and fun movie with a great cast that I wrote the screenplay for.

  2016

Within The Dark

Dean Booth

The Sciene Ficton Thriller will have you on the edge of your seat and wanted to find out more.