Beth Grant


Beth Grant Beth Grant (Grace, Grace & Glorie) is a familiar face to L.A. audiences, having appeared in Picnic and Summer and Smoke at The Ahmanson Theatre. World premieres include Holy Ghosts by Romulus Linney, On A Southern Journey by Maya Angelou, The Day Emily Married by Horton Foote, Sordid Lives and The Trials And Tribulations of a Trailer Trash Housewife by Del Shores (Ovation Award, Drama Critics Circle Award, and Backstage Garland Award for Lead Actress), and last year’s production of Cornelia by Mark V. Olsen at The Old Globe in San Diego. 

Beth received a BFA in acting and directing from East Carolina University, and she was a longtime student of Milton Katselas at the Beverly Hills Playhouse. 

Beth has co-starred in over seventy feature films including the Best Picture Oscar winners No Country for Old Men (SAG Ensemble Award) and Rain Man, Best Picture Oscar nominee Little Miss Sunshine (SAG Ensemble Award), Donnie Darko, Sordid Lives, Speed, A Time To Kill, and Extract. Soon-to-be released is Operation Endgame from Darko Productions, and television includes The Office, Pushing Daisies, Criminal Minds, Medium, Wonderfalls, and Malcolm in the Middle

In August, 2010, Beth will workshop her play, The New York Way, written with Judy Nagy and directed by Cameron Watson. She is directing a short film for project Girls, Girls, Girls which will play the film festival circuit in 2011. She and her husband, actor Michael Chieffo, are proud parents of 17year-old actress daughter, Mary Chieffo, who has appeared in three movies and a pilot for television

June, 2010