Grant Mandel Rosenmeyer was born July 3rd, 1991 in Manhasset, New York to Debra and Colin Rosenmeyer. He started acting regionally at the age of 7 and professionally at age 8 after being told he had natural talent by an acting coach and former manager. He started on Broadway in a short-lived rendition of "Macbeth" opposite Kelsey Grammer and in the famed musical "Les Miserables" as Gavroche, the spunky street urchin. He had to leave after four months to make his film debut in Wes Anderson's modern classic The Royal Tenenbaums (2001) opposite Gene Hackman and Ben Stiller along with the rest of the stellar cast. His next film was the famous "Jewxploitation" film The Hebrew Hammer (2003) opposite Adam Goldberg and Andy Dick. Rosenmeyer then booked Fox's "Oliver Beene" as the title role earning him a great deal of exposure. He has made numerous well-known guest appearances on shows such as "Monk" playing Young Monk and "Curb Your Enthusiasm" as Wilson in episode: "The Smoking Jacket". Rosenmeyer is a spokesperson for the American Council of the Arts and is the Master of Ceremonies for the annual charity function "Kids Helping Kids". He currently resides in New England with his family and attends public school.
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