Kevin Grevioux

Kevin Grevioux


Chicago, Illinois

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Kevin B. Grevioux
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Trivia and Quotes

  • Trivia

    • Kevin has written and directed two short sci-fi films, Indigo and Thanatos.

    • Kevin's favorite movie is Ben Hur. His favorite book is Frankenstein. His favorite poem is The Nebelungenlied (German). Kevin's favorite superhero is a toss up between the Hulk and the Fantastic Four. His favorite comic book creators are Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and John Byrne.

    • Kevin's favorite foods are pizza and cheeseburgers.

    • Kevin is 6'2" tall.

    • Kevin is a fan of the Minnesota Vikings.

    • Kevin met Len Wiseman, director of Underworld (2003), while they were working on Stargate (1994). Kevin was an extra and Len was a prop assistant. They have since collaborated on Underworld (Kevin wrote the original screenplay and treatment).

    • Although Kevin was born in Chicago, he was raised in various places, including Minneapolis, Alaska, Oklahoma, Boston, and New Jersey.

    • Kevin has a brother named Steve.

    • Kevin worked as a bouncer in Washinton, D.C. nightclubs to support himself during grad school.

    • Kevin is a huge comic book fan (a self-proclaimed "Marvel zombie") and has a collection of almost 10,000 issues.

    • In 2003, Kevin started a comic book company called DarkStorm Studios.

    • Kevin was a research assistant at the National Breast Cancer Institute at the National Institute of Health in Bethesda, Maryland.

    • Kevin has a degree in microbiology from Howard University in Washington D.C.. He studied genetic engineering in grad school. He also studied screenwriting and cinematography.

  • Quotes

    • Kevin Grevioux: (when asked how he came up with Underworld) I came up with it on my own. But I have to tip my hat to Len Wiseman. He's the guy who brought me in. He originally just wanted to do a werewolf movie. But he wasn't sure if it was a good idea since there really haven't been too many werewolf movies that were very good, except for "American Werewolf in London" and possibly "The Howling," but that was 20 years ago. So I said, look, "I know this is going to sound silly, but go with me on this. Take it seriously. What if we did a surreal interracial love story, instead of Romeo and Juliet you have werewolves on one side and vampires on the other. I tear that from a page from my own life.

    • Kevin Grevioux: (when asked what his favorite comic book is) I'm a Marvel guy. Superman was my favorite at first when I was a young kid. But even as a kid, after seeing him lift a planet one issue, race around the world in a half a second the next, then get beat by the Toy Man the issue after that, I decided his powers were too magical, inconsistent and almost childish even for comic books. So I graduated to Marvel. They were for older kids and adults anyway.

    • Kevin Grevioux: (about his role as Raze in Underworld) Because the way modern movie-making sensibilities are concerned, if you don't have a name, then who are you? We didn't want to make the part too big, because if we did, they'd get a rapper like LL Cool J. He's good, and so is Ice Cube, but I wanted to play this, so we had to knock it down so it would be unattractive to any rapper.