He is 5' 10" (1.78 m).
He raced cars professionally for a time but is content these days with driving his '68 Mustang convertible, a car he has had since high school.
A graduate of UCLA, he was a member of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity.
During his last year on the show Ryan's Hope he received a Daytime Emmy nomination as Outstanding Young Man in a Daytime Drama Series.
He enjoys golf, motorcycling and auto racing and won the 20th Anniversary Toyota Pro/Celebrity Auto Race in 1996.
Opened his first restaurant, The Happy Ending, on Hollywood's Sunset strip in October 2007.
Grant can be seen in the 2007 short film Raw Footage where he plays jealous husband, Mitch Graham.
Grant loves pizza with pepperoni and olives.
Grant got his education at Samuel Ayer's high School (San Jose, California) then at University of California at Los Angeles (Los Angeles), and at California theater of arts, then at London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (London, England).
Grant has a history of dating his co-stars. from 1984 to 1987 he dated fellow Ryan's Hope actor, Yasmine Bleeth and then dated his Melrose Place co-star Laura Leighton from 1993 to 1996.
Grant married plus-sized model, Pollyanna McIntosh, on July 17, 2004. The couple met during a Lane Bryant advertisement they were both shooting. They reside in Beachwood Canyon, Los Angeles.
Grant has been playing golf since 1990. His favorite courses are the Nickolas course at PGA West in Palm Springs and Troon North in Carefree, Arizona.
Grant owns a Harley-Davidson soft tail motorcycle, but hasn't much time to ride.
Grant: (on dealing with fame) I said to myself, Don't let any of this get to you--and it still does. My friends, good friends that they are, said, "You've gone through this and seem so unchanged," and they were very supportive. Maybe to THEM I did seem unchanged, but to myself, I didn't. But that said, I think I did go through it very healthily.
Grant: I think that there were only two people in my high school that were comfortable there, and I think they are both pumping gas now.
Grant: I like playing a good guy. I will say that Jake from Melrose Place is a little too nice, but in a show that's painted with very broad strokes, if you're going to be good, you're going to be very good, and if you're bad, you're going to be very, very bad. So if I had to make a choice, I'd opt for the good guy.