A relative newcomer to the entertainment industry, young Grant Rosenmeyer
recently made his film debut in the critically acclaimed feature The Royal Tenenbaums
. His portrayal as Ari Tenenbaum earned him a Young Artist Award nomination for Best Performance in a Feature Film (Young Actor Age 10 or Under.) He recently wrapped production on the feature film The Hebrew Hammer
, an action comedy in which he portrays the young version of Adam Goldberg
's character, Mordechai.
Rosenmeyer made his Broadway debut as Macduff's Son in Macbeth and went on to portray Gavroche in Les Miserables. His regional theater experience includes roles in Once Upon A Mattress and The Great American Musical. Additionally, he is the young spokesperson for the American Council for the Arts.
Born in New York City, Rosenmeyer currently divides his time between Connecticut with his family, and Los Angeles.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2004.
Grant Rosenmeyer Facts
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