Grant finds quantum physics difficult to understand
Grant's BattleBots robot, Deadblow, set the record for the most number of hits in the First Season of the show and was ranked #1 in Season 3.
Grant's Battlebots robot, Deadblow, has won two Middleweight Rumbles and was the Middleweight Runner-Up in 2000.
Grant's nickname is R2D2, since he was the person in charge of R2-D2 in the most recent Star Wars trilogy.
Grant was hired at THX Labs after graduating from the University of South California, then made the jump to Industrial Light & Magic where he dealt with many major motion pictures.
Grant was urged to join the show MythBusters because of the increasing use of computer animation for model building on the show.
Grant started his current role on MythBusters after former member Scottie Chapman left.
Grant joined the TV show MythBusters upon the urging of former Industrial Light & Magic colleague Tory Belleci.
For a time, Grant seriously considered switching majors with the intention of becoming a screenwriter.
Grant is the Energizer Bunny's driver and crew supervisor on numerous commercials.
Grant is responsible for all of the electronics installation and radio programming on the current generation of Energizer Bunnies.
Grant was once in charge of developing a custom circuit to cycle the Energizer Bunny's arm beats and ears at a constant rate.
Grant is the author of the book Kickin' Bot: An Illustrated Guide To Building Combat Robots
Grant picked up many of his mechanical skills from the machinists at the Industrial Light & Magic shop.
Grant has a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of South California.
Grant is a former animatronics engineer and model maker for George Lucas's Industrial Light & Magic
Grant is a electronics and radio-controlled specialist.
Grant has worked on numerous movies, some of which include The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, A.I.:Artificial Intelligence, and The Matrix Reloaded.
In the first three episodes of the Star Wars films, Grant was the person in charge of operating R2-D2
Builder and driver of the battlebot Deadblow featured on the Battlebots series on Comedy Central.
Appeared on Junk Yard Wars as the leader of the Industrial Light and Magic team. ILM won the contest.
Grant: Well, I like danger