Appearing: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
Greg Grunberg got his first credited role in Matt Stone and Trey Parker’s 1998 film BASEketball. From 1998–2002 he appeared as Sean Blumberg on Felicity. He appeared from 2001–06 as Eric Weiss on Alias. He left that series as a regular to star on the NBC sitcom, Grand Union.
Abrams also cast Grunberg in a brief role as the pilot for the 2004 series Lost. He also appeared in a small role in Mission: Impossible III, which Abrams directed.
Grunberg had a major role in the NBC TV show Heroes. He played police officer Matt Parkman, who has the power of telepathy. Grunberg guest-starred on House. He was offered a part in Star Trek, which Abrams directed, but was unable to take it because of a conflict with another project he was working on (although he provided the voice for Kirk’s stepfather in the opening sequence). Grunberg voices FBI agent Ethan Thomas in the video game Condemned: Criminal Origins.
Outside of acting, Grunberg is known as one of the creators of the Yowza!! Android and iPhone application, a GPS-aware coupon-referring program.
He also voices Ant-Man in the animated series The Super Hero Squad Show. On May 17, 2010, Grunberg announced that he would be joining the cast of Love Bites.
He took up a minor role in the 2011 neo-noir detective videogame L.A. Noire, in which he provided both voice and facial motion capture as murder suspect Hugo Moller. On November 7, 2011, he appeared as a guest star on an episode of the TV series Hawaii Five-0 with former Heroes co-star Masi Oka. He also appeared as a special guest star on the March 14, 2012 episode of the TV series Psych.
In 2013 Grunberg appeared in one episode during the first season of the TV series Masters of Sex as the character Gene Moretti, a rich businessman. The part was expanded in 2014 to 4 episodes during the second season.
In February 2016, it was revealed that Grunberg will co-host a late night talk show with Kevin Smith titled Geeking Out on AMC.
He has since appeared in TV’s The Flash, Star Trek Beyond, and Star Wars: The Force Awakens as Temmin “Snap” Wexley. He will reprise his role in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.