Grover McCants and his wife Karen McCants will be on Da Laugh & Giggle Podcast Sunday September 25th, a little after 6 PM. Podcastic on Facebook
About Grover McCants
Born in Detroit, Michigan, Grover began acting at five years old as the Talking Christmas Tree at Winterhalter Elementary School in Detroit. Throughout elementary, middle, and high school Grover has been involved in drama, public speaking, and entertainment.
Grover was a member of the Clark Players in Atlanta, Georgia, appearing in theater productions there and The Farmington Players in Michigan, portraying Reverend Sykes in the production of Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird in 2011.
Appearing as an extra in films such as Hoffa, Zebrahead, and Renaissance Man in the 90s, Grover was cast as the lead in “The House That Broke” in 2011, and the rest is history amassing 57 credits in multiple leads, supporting, and featured roles in independent features and shorts.
In 2016 Grover was cast on TV One’s “Fatal Attraction” in seasons 5, 8, and 10. In 2017, Grover was cast in a recurring role on ID Discovery’s “Murder Chose Me” as the lead character’s Grandfather, Grandfather Demery.
Grover has won Best Supporting Actor in 2019’s I See You Awards and has been nominated this year (2020) for best lead actor in a feature for the title role of Solomon as well as best lead actor in a web series for his role in “The Circle.”
With a background in transportation, professional sports working for the Back to Back Bad Boy World Champion Detroit Pistons, Comcast as an on-air personality/director-producer of local programming and advertising/marketing expert with his own Hollingsworth McCants Media Group, which serves entertainment, political, educational, legal, medical and business clients Grover is a well rounded experienced individual who holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing and Master degrees in both Psychology and Business Administration from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona where he is at this writing pursuing a Doctorate in performance psychology.
The combination of versatility in film, theater, and television and a wealth of life experience make Grover an actor who brings it by the second.
Grover has been married to Karen McCants for 27 years, they have three children, Tiffany, Thurgood, Jacqueline, one granddaughter Skylar and a 2-year-old Grandson, Jaxon Andre
– IMDb Mini Biography By: Jacqueline Victoria McCants