Grant has appeared in films as an actor, and he has also scored a variety of films. Here are his most recent projects, and be sure to check out his IMDB profile.


In addition to writing the song "I Come From America," which was featured prominently in the pivotal competition scene at climax of the movie, Grant performed on stage at the historic Fox Theater in Bakersfield where the film was shot, and had a speaking role. Learn more:

one little finger (2019)

Grant wrote and recorded the song "Standing Up," which was used twice in this heartfelt film about differently-abled young people and their teacher's quest to allow them to express themselves with music. Learn more:


You can listen to a broad selection of source and score cues composed by Grant using the Soundcloud player here.

Grant has scored thrillers and action features like Serial Intentions, Pray for Power, and Code of Ethics.

He has also scored dramas like Pledging Allegiance and Solitaire, and comedies like Bad Hair Day and A Bridge Too Far.

He has even scored horror movies and a musical for which he wrote the book and music, like The Mob - A Musical.

Grant is a versatile composer who is often called upon to write and record "sounds like" source cues for various films, in the styles of Tony Bennett, The Beatles, smooth jazz, and everything in between.

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