Adrian Grenier
Actor, director, producer, musician
Adrian Grenier
Adrian Grenier is an American actor, musician and director. He is best known for his lead role on the HBO original series, Entourage, as Vincent Chase.
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The Berlinale 2017 Diaries: The Bare Essentials - Food, Fun and Films
Huffington Post - 8 days
Taxis in Berlin always turn out to be a cinematic experience. First of all the city is breathtaking, taking on several completely different looks -- silvery and smoky during the day, while at night it turns into a grand dame of elegance, with its iconic landmarks gilded and all lit up. Plus, the drivers here have quirky taste in music, and always play the radio at a low enough volume to make it a subtle soundtrack for the ride, but high enough that you can silently sing along with the lyrics. Yes, I do mean sing along, because aside from that stray Bach or Brahms sonata played by the more intellectual ones, the tunes I've heard here while traveling across town range from Men at Work's "Down Under", to "Up Where We Belong" from An Officer and a Gentleman, with a bit of Turkish melodies thrown in. It's so wonderfully relaxing that at times I wonder how I would have turned out if my grandfather hadn't been forced to leave Germany before WWII and I'd been born, perhaps, in Berlin. ...
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11 new movie trailers you need to watch from this past week
Yahoo News - 2 months
It’s finally Star Wars week, which means you’re probably going to see  Rogue One this weekend. The first reviews are already in for the movie, and we’re looking at another Disney hit here. But with Rogue One now in theaters it means it’s time to start waiting for other hot movies to hit cinemas. Here’s this week’s trailers collection! Alone in Berlin Dunkirk may be one of the hottest World War 2 movies to watch next year, but you should also keep an eye out for Alone in Berlin . It’s the real story of a German couple, played by Emma Thompson and Brendan Gleeson, who started opposing the Nazis in Berlin in the 1940s in a very unusual and clever way soon after they learned their boy died on the front. Alone in Berlin launches on January 13th. Arsenal Nicholas Cage, John Cusack, and Adrian Grenier play in this mobster movie. Arsenal is about a mob guy who’s looking to save his kidnapped brother and hits theaters on January 6th. https://www.youtub ...
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What Do A Band-Aid, Plastic Bag, And Balloon Have In Common? I Saw All Three In My 3.3km Swim Across The Strait Of Messina
Huffington Post - 5 months
Photo by William Winram + Lukas Lukas Müller Just a few short months ago on World Oceans Day, Sir Richard Branson challenged me to swim 3.3km in open water across the Strait of Messina to raise awareness for the health of our ocean. Though I am an avid scuba diver, before World Ocean Day I had never swam long distances in open water and was unsure of my ability to complete this public challenge. But on behalf of the Lonely Whale Foundation and our ocean, I accepted. My journey to train for the swim took me to oceans, lakes, and streams across the globe, exposing me to the dire ocean health issues that are in our hands to solve. From Biloxi Mississippi, one of the world's largest dead zones, to the Port of Singapore, the world's second largest, I've experienced first hand how the lack of connection to our oceans has impeded our ability to care for them. So this morning when I arrived at the Strait of Messina, mythicized in the Odyssey for its treacherous waters, I was inspi ...
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Vinyl, Bottle Service and a Champagne Garden at Adrian Grenier's New Bar
Wall Street Journal - 6 months
This week, the ‘Entourage’ star Adrian Grenier will open Vnyl, House of Cocktail, a new bar in the East Village featuring vinyl, bottle service, a Champagne Garden and a place to ‘kick it.’
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What The Cast Of 'The Devil Wears Prada' Looks Like 10 Years Later
Huffington Post - 8 months
Ten years ago, Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway and Emily Blunt blessed us with "The Devil Wears Prada." The insider-y look at the fashion world that cemented lines like, "That's all" and "Florals? For spring?" into our heads is now a decade older, but the actors and actresses that appeared in the film haven't aged a bit.  Check out all of the main characters below in 2006 and what they look like now:    1. Anne Hathaway  2. Meryl Streep  3. Emily Blunt  4. Adrian Grenier  5. Stanley Tucci  6. Simon Baker -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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Why Should We Care About the Ocean?
Huffington Post - 9 months
Why do I care about the ocean? My home, Necker Island, is surrounded by the most beautiful blue seas full of weird and wonderful wildlife. It really is as nature should be ­- thriving and healthy. But unfortunately, there are other parts of the ocean that are not in such a good state. It's just terrifying when you read some of the facts: We're fishing out the ocean at a rate that will leave nothing for our children, and their children; we're choking it with plastic and other pollution; the ocean is getting hotter and more acidic, and having all sorts of nasty knock-on effects such as coral bleaching. We still see mindless and cruel activities - such as the mass killing of sharks for soup or unnecessary bycatch because of reckless fishing methods. Like millions of others, I really care about the ocean and can't just sit back and watch it being destroyed. Having had the huge privilege of swimming with magnificent creatures, such as humpback whales, whale sharks, and even ge ...
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Vertu slapped a Bentley logo on a mediocre Android phone and called it new
Yahoo News - about 1 year
Do you own a Bentley? Do you also enjoy spending over $9,000 on subpar Android phones? Well if you're a member of this group that undoubtedly (probably) includes Adrian Grenier and Bret Michaels, Bentley and Vertu have joined together to rebrand an existing a phone just for you.
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A Minute With: Grenier, Connolly on their 'Entourage' bromance - over 1 year
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - For actors Adrian Grenier and Kevin Connolly, the friendship of their "Entourage" characters Vince and Eric that grew over eight seasons on HBO made it a no-brainer for the pair to reunite for the movie spinoff.
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Celebrating HuffPost's First 10 Years by Looking to the Next 10
Huffington Post - almost 2 years
It's May 9, 2005. A guy named Barack Obama is entering his fifth month as a U.S. senator. Benedict XVI has just become pope. Gwen Stefani's "Hollaback Girl" occupies the number-one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and Britney Spears and Kevin Federline have recently tied the knot and sworn their everlasting love. And a website called The Huffington Post is born. We launched that day, a Monday, to decidedly mixed reviews; as I remember it, critics were lining up to predict it wouldn't last. One hour after we launched, a reviewer compared HuffPost to a combination of Ishtar, Heaven's Gate and Gigli. A year later she emailed me and asked if she could blog for the site, and of course I said yes. In the ensuing 10 years we've made a point to say yes as much as possible, taking risks, embracing challenges and always seeing ourselves as a work in progress. Along the way we've changed dramatically, constantly evolving and innovating while staying true to our DNA, which, from Day 1, ...
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Love in Action: Adrian Grenier
Huffington Post - almost 2 years
Adrian Grenier- The Cultural Creative Adrian Grenier is a multi-talented individual. Producer, director, actor, musician, humanitarian top the list of roles he performers in this world and he discusses most of them with Deepak Chopra in this episode of "Love in Action." It is, however, his down-to-earth demeanor and interconnected humanness that takes full focus. In this spectacular episode of "Love in Action" with Deepak Chopra, a NEWSWIRE.FM production set in Grenier's hometown of in NYC at ABC Carpet & Home's Deepak Homebase, we see that he is on a mission to co-create a sustainable and beautiful world. Deepak's admiration for Grenier shines as he describes him: "he is the representation of cool look at him, and he is a role model." Among the myriad of Adrian's accomplishments, his goal of getting people "to question how they look at the standard way of doing things" is the focal point of his work. Grenier states that "it's in the wisdom of ...
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Britney Spears And Melissa Joan Hart Haven't Taken A Photo Together In 16 Years, And It Shows
Huffington Post - about 2 years
Nineties icons Britney Spears and Melissa Joan Hart reunited in Las Vegas this week, reminding us of one of the most underrated teen movies ever made. Back in 1999, the pair starred in Spears' video for "(You Drive Me) Crazy," which appeared on the soundtrack for Hart's film "Drive Me Crazy," co-starring Adrian Grenier. We love the video and the movie, but it looks like Spears and Hart's friendship didn't last over the past 16 years, judging by the awkward-looking photo Planet Hollywood Las Vegas tweeted after the pop star's residency show on Thursday night: We are so thrilled that @MelissaJoanHart could be here tonight! Here she is with @BritneySpears. #PieceOfMe — Planet Hollywood (@phvegas) February 19, 2015 Well, let's just remember the good old days. Shall we?
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Some Dude Says He’s Been Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Gay Lover For Years
The Superficial - about 3 years
Adrian Grenier?! I knew it! I probably should’ve used a less sketchy headline like “Philip Seymour Hoffman‘s Business Partner Claims They Were Gay Lovers,” but then I couldn’t have made that Adrian Grenier joke and would’ve wasted my whole day. Fuck all that. Hollywood Life reports: Playwright David Bar Katz and Philip Seymour Hoffman have been friends and business partners for years, but according to a new interview, they were actually more than that. David, who is married with four kids, says they were in a relationship and had plans for the upcoming weekend before he passed away. “We were homosexual lovers. We had a relationship,” David told National Enquirer on Feb. 5. “We were planning to go to the Super Bowl together and have a really nice day. This is so terrible.” Jesus. Up until now, the story has been that Philip Seymour Hoffman had plans to watch the Super Bowl with his son, but then again, we’re talking about a guy with 70 bags of heroin in his apartment, so who th ...
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Adrian Grenier Got Shot Down By Nina Agdal
The Superficial - about 3 years
Because her agent is the goddamn devil (Sic him, Jeremy Bieber, sic him!), Nina Agdal has a cameo in the Entourage movie which naturally led to Adrian Grenier trying to fuck her because that kind of thinking has really worked out awesome for him lately. Via Page Six: At a wrap party for their shoot at Prime 112, Grenier kicked it up a notch. “He bought a rose for Nina from a guy selling them on the street and gave it to her,” said a spy. But Agdal, who’s dating Max George of boy band the Wanted, was able to resist. “Good evening, madam. May I interest you in some intercourse? I’m quite famous.” “No, thank you. I’ll stick with a penis that’s been inside Lindsay Lohan.” “As you wish.” What literally just happened to Adrian Grenier, and by all rights, should’ve ended in suicide. Why go on? BEST OF 2013: Nina Agdal Isn't Wearing Anything Underneath This ...
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Celebrities Spotted Out and About at Sundance
Ok Magazine - about 3 years
Breaking Bad‘s Aaron Paul stops by the Udi’s Gluten Free Table at Sundance. A fit Kellan Lutz and a pregnant Kendra Wilkinson stopped by the Talent Resources suite to fill up on healthy snacks from Gardein including chick’n sliders and mandarin orange crispy chick’n satay.  Kendra shared her commitment to eating healthy during her pregnancy and is even opting for gluten-free options whenever possible. Emile Hirsch attended Kari Feinstein’s Style Lounge and picked up some black Khombu snow boots that he was planning to wear during his time at Sundance. Models Ireland Baldwin and Chanel Iman decided to escape Main Street to hit the slopes with Oakley Learn To Ride. Maggie Gyllenhaal, Lance Bass, Lil Jon, and Gilles Marini were among the celebs that came out for the Sabra Grab N Go Café supporting Feeding America at Village at the Lift. Christina Hendricks picked up a bracelet from AMI Clubwear at the Kari Feinstein’s Style Lounge. Keira Knightley and Sam Rockwell stopped by ...
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Nina Agdal Picking A Wedgie Is Apparently Something I Will Post Without Hesitating
The Superficial - about 3 years
Probably one of the worst crimes Hollywood could ever commit is to make Nina Agdal appear in an Entourage movie presumably to bang, or have been banged by, Adrian Grenier. I literally can’t think of anything worse than this. But fortunately Nina’s an angel because here she is picking her wedgie on set yesterday, making us all forget her soul’s about to rot out of her body and shatter into ashes. Always thinking of others, this one. BEST OF 2013: Nina Agdal Wore Nothing But This Into The Ocean 40 Photos ...
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Introducing 'Brosmopolitan,' The Magazine For Dudes Who Love 'Anchorman' Quotes
Huffington Post - about 3 years
What would Cosmo for guys look like? According to David Ingber, a writer for the magazine, something like this: Judging from the mock cover, bros are very interested in why Pitbull exists and/or is famous, something we imagine many women would care to know, too. And cover boy Adrian Grenier looks very handsome, even if he does, apparently, prefer flora to humans. Ingber designed the parody cover in Dec. 2013, posting: Cosmopolitan has been on the cutting edge of women's entertainment and news for decades. Now, the time to reach across the gender aisle is finally at hand. Why did it take us this long to realize that, if we replaced the "C" with a "Br," we'd have a completely awesome new magazine for men? We don't know either! We're almost disappointed that "Brosmo" doesn't actually exist.
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Adrian Grenier
  • 2015
    Age 38
    Adrian Grenier has long been active on behalf of environmental and social causes – from his role as the first Social Good Advocate for Dell computers, to creating the Lonely Whale Foundation in 2015 as a vehicle to inspire empathy and action for protecting the ocean environment and marine life.
    More Details Hide Details In December, Grenier attended the COP 21 climate talks in Paris and advocated alongside ocean explorer Sylvia Earle and wildlife conservation leader Dr. Jane Goodall for swift action to reduce global carbon pollution. Recently, he announced with Dell the launch of a market based plastics packaging feasibility study designed to reduce plastic waste from entering the ocean. "I decided to co-found the Lonely Whale Foundation after seeing the power the Lonely Whale's story had to connect all of us to our oceans. Sometimes climate change can seem overwhelming but I think that 52 has helped us recognize that and connect with one another, and ourselves, to make changes. We realized that filming the documentary alone wasn’t enough. It's my hope that connecting our children, and also our global community, with the Lonely Whale story through education and awareness programs we will inspire change. As we grow our community we will inspire both individuals and organizations towards making significant changes to support ocean health. Today’s children are tomorrow’s environmental leaders. The more we can educate the next generation about the state of the ocean and what they can do everyday to make a difference, the better prepared they’ll be to ensure ocean health improves and stays healthy for multiple generations."
    In 2015, Adrian took on a role as Dell’s first Social Good Advocate, championing healthier, more sustainable choices and actions through digital storytelling and advocacy.
    More Details Hide Details Adrian partners with Dell to advance the company’s 2020 Legacy of Good goals including advocating for adoption of the circular economy. Together, Dell and Adrian launched the NYC Tech Takeback program to make it easier for New Yorkers to responsibly recycled their used technology through the Dell Reconnect program. In 2016, they launched the Legacy of Good Short Documentary Film Contest to further explore the challenges and benefits of a circular economic model. Dell also supports Adrian’s own social good efforts including powering his Lonely Whale expedition and a virtual reality experience, “Cry Out: The Lonely Whale Experience.” Together they’ve kicked off a feasibility study to explore the use of ocean plastics in Dell packaging.
    As he told Billboard in 2015, “You don't just come in, take your record and go and promote yourself.
    More Details Hide Details You become part of the family.” Artists are vetted by Grenier and his team: Damien Paris, Mike Frankel and Brian Koerber. Selected musicians join the team for a full day session, in which they professionally record an original song and film a live-style music video. Wreckroom releases EPs in addition to a video series of cover songs, titled "Under the Covers" and two bands, Missouri "punk 'n' roll" trio Radkey and metal-spined Brooklyn five-piece The Skins, released EPs on the label in 2013. Wreckroom also hosts curated music showcases in both Brooklyn and Austin, the latest a 3-day takeover of legendary Arlyn Studios in 2016. The Skins were one of the first bands to record in the Wreckroom and their talent led Grenier to not only sign the group to Wreckroom but also to agree to manage the band. The group is based in Brooklyn and consists of siblings Bayli, Reef, and Kaya Mckeithan, along with friends and dueling guitarists Daisy Spencer and Russell Chell.
    Grenier stepped back in front of the camera in 2015 to reprise his role of Vincent Chase in the Entourage film adaptation.
    More Details Hide Details Filming began in January 2014 and the film was released in June 2015.
  • 2012
    Age 35
    Grenier plays guitar, bass, drums and harmonica. He was a member of two New York bands: the lead singer in Kid Friendly and the drummer in The Honey Brothers before moving on to build Wreckroom, a music incubator and recording studio in May 2012.
    More Details Hide Details His intentions were to create a space for friends to write, perform and record music. However, the equipped studio eventually evolved, becoming a breeding ground for fresh talent. Over fifty artists made use for twenty spaces from the basement in Brooklyn. The next year, Grenier started Wreckroom Records and described as “the manifestation of a boyhood dream.” Importantly to Grenier, Wreckroom requires that artists participate in the community.
  • 2010
    Age 33
    An advocate of sustainable living, Grenier and his business partner, film producer Peter Glatzer founded the lifestyle brand in 2010.
    More Details Hide Details SHFT is a brand which promotes sustainability through film, design, art and culture and lives both online and offline. Its mission is to nudge sustainable ideas and products into pop culture, and to provide context for an inspiring, modern, sustainable way of life. By using creative content it engages its audience who shop, watch content, and get their news online. SHFT has partnered with prominent brands such as; Ford Motor Company, AOL/Huffington Post, Virgin America, Stonyfield Farm, The W Hollywood, The Weather Channel, and Estée Lauder. In its second year, SHFT won two Webby Awards for best website in its category. In 2014, Grenier and Glatzer partnered with Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture to create SHFT Mobile Kitchen Classroom – a teaching kitchen on wheels for high-school students in New York City. Through lessons on cooking, science, technology, and sustainability, it is designed to help teenagers understand how the food choices they make relate to broader issues of personal and environmental health.
    In 2010, Grenier began working as a producer alongside producer Bert Marcus and director Matthew Cooke on the full-length feature documentary, How to Make Money Selling Drugs.
    More Details Hide Details The film was a tongue-in-cheek look at what is considered to be one of the worst domestic policy failures in recent American history. It featured actual dealers and even celebrities commenting on the subject including; 50 Cent, Eminem, Susan Sarandon and David Simon, head writer of acclaimed HBO series The Wire. It was released in the summer of 2013 on in addition to iTunes and received positive reviews.
    On September 27, 2010, HBO premiered Teenage Paparazzo, another documentary directed by Grenier and produced by Bert Marcus.
    More Details Hide Details It premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. The film focused on 13-year-old paparazzo, Austin Visschedyk, and the celebrity obsessed world in which he operates. It also featured interviews with celebrities such as Lindsay Lohan, Alec Baldwin, and Whoopi Goldberg. Grenier worked on the documentary for three years as a producer as well. Aside from HBO, Teenage Paparazzo premiered on 40 other outlets around the globe. In addition to its theatrical release, Grenier took the documentary to College campuses nationwide in the Teenage Paparazzo "Experience Tour." The tour included a call for art to be included in a traveling gallery that challenged the traditional understanding of celebrity and modern media.
  • 2008
    Age 31
    On June 2, 2008, Grenier premiered a new television series, Alter Eco (not to be confused with Fair Trade importers Alter Eco), for which he was the producer.
    More Details Hide Details The show aired on the Discovery communications channel, Planet Green, and featured Grenier and a team of green experts showing changes that can be made to live a more eco-friendly and sustainable lifestyle.
  • 2002
    Age 25
    This was Grenier's directorial debut and the film premiered at the 2002 Tribeca Film Festival.
    More Details Hide Details HBO distributed the documentary and it premiered on the channel on June 3, 2007.
  • 2001
    Age 24
    As a vehicle for Grenier to transition between acting, directing and producing, with some partners, he started Reckless Productions in 2001.
    More Details Hide Details The company focused on producing socially minded films. One of its first, Shot in the Dark, chronicled Grenier's journey to reconnect with his estranged father, Dunbar, with whom his mother broke up when he was still a baby. Grenier and Dunbar remained estranged for 18 years until he began work on the documentary in an attempt to forge a relationship with him. The two eventually reunited and continue to remain in contact.
  • 1999
    Age 22
    He made his film debut in the independent drama, Arresting Gena, then in 1999 played opposite Melissa Joan Hart in Drive Me Crazy and in 2001 starred in James Toback's Harvard Man.
    More Details Hide Details In 2004, Grenier played Vincent Chase in the HBO series Entourage, gaining his most substantial notability and success. The series followed the triumphs and trials in the life of Chase, as the movie star character and his friends lived the good life in Los Angeles. It ran for eight seasons, from 2004-2011, and was nominated for numerous Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Comedy Series. He played Nate Cooper, the boyfriend of Andrea Sachs (Anne Hathaway) in The Devil Wears Prada. In 2013, he starred in the post-apocalyptic film Goodbye World alongside Gaby Hoffman. It premiered at the 2013 Los Angeles Film Festival where it received good reviews. The film made its cinematic release in the United States on April 4, 2014.
  • 1997
    Age 20
    In 1997, Grenier left Bard to embark on a film career.
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  • 1976
    Born on July 10, 1976.
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