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Eric Graise

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RECENT BOOKINGS: TRACKER (Series Regular), BLACK MAFIA FAMILY (Recurring), QUEER AS FOLK


Eric Graise is a singer, actor, and dancer who graduated from the University of West Georgia where he procured a bachelor’s degree in Theatre. During his studies, he was a two-time finalist in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Region 4 (Best Musical Actor and Best Comedic Actor) and the first National Kennedy Center Blanche and Irving Laurie Fellow in his region. He portrayed roles such as Sally Bowles in Cabaret, Papa Ge in Once On This Island and Tom Collins in Rent. He was also heavily involved in directing, playwriting, scenic design, lighting design and was president of his fraternity, Alpha Psi Omega.


Upon graduation, he was invited to speak on a White House panel for the 25th Annual Celebration of the Americans with Disabilities Act. He has worked as the casting associate of Actor’s Express, located in Atlanta Georgia, as well as a dancer in Atlanta’s own Full Radius Dance Company. Eric hopes to expand his advocacy through social media grassroots efforts and plans to continue building his career as an artistic professional.


Eric played “King”’ on the Starz series STEP UP: HIGHWATER. Other TV/Film appearances include DYNASTY (CW), THE TOMORROW WAR (Paramount/Chris McKay, dir.), and recurring roles on TEENAGE BOUNTY HUNTERS (Netflix), LOCKE & KEY (Netflix), and QUEER AS FOLK (Peacock).


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QUEER AS FOLK - Recurring


LOCKE & KEY



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