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David Marshall Grant

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Keywords: Brief Nudity, White, Brown Hair

Nude Roles: 1

Birthplace: Westport, Connecticut, US

Date of Birth: 06/21/55

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American Flyers (1985) Sexy, shirtless 00:50:36 David shows his slender build as he exchanges t-shirts with his gal. (41 secs)
American Flyers (1985) Sexy, shirtless, straight, underwear, bulge 01:13:50 A shirtless David Grant fills out his briefs before losing them in a patriotic banging. (38 secs)
French Postcards (1979) Sexy, sexy, shirtless 00:38:11 David Marshall flexes his guns shirtless in the mirror, showing off a perfectly toned torso! (9 secs)
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As a graduate of the Yale School of Drama, David Grant is a serious actor. But if we had a genie, we'd seriously consider having the djinn grant our wish to see him naked. A distant cousin of Ulysses S. Grant, David grew up in Connecticut and got his start acting in the New York theater scene. The slender, athletically built screen star got his screen start as the exchange student Alex in the fun comedy French Postcards (1979). Ooh la la, it was nice watching him flex his young body in the mirror, wearing just a pair of boxers. David moved on to score roles in various made for television films like the politically-themed Kent State (1981), Legs (1983), Sessions (1983), Jessie (1984) and Breaking Point (1989). But the point when David's career really got going was when he played Kevin Costner's brother in the bike racing drama American Flyers (1985). The role had Americans unzipping their flies, since David stripped down to whitey tighties in a hotel room, and flashed a bit of ass and dong while changing his clothes in a cowboy hat. Television got a hold of the talented actor and he portrayed the gay character Russell on the popular, groundbreaking series thirtysomething. He teamed with Mel Gibson in Forever Young (1992), and had an uncredited role in The Rock (1996), but came on big in the mid 2000's as Roger Bart's gay lover Jerry Harmon in The Stepford Wives (2004) and Andrea's dad Richard Sachs in The Devil Wears Prada (2006). Other than the occasional appearance on something like Party Down and Code Black, David's mainly been producing and writing TV scripts for shows like Smash (which we'd like to do with David), A Million Little Pieces, Code BlackBrothers & Sisters and Nashville. Hopefully David will put down his pen and pull down his pants to relive the glory days of the mid 80s!