Although his mother’s fortune never came close to Topher Grace net worth, she was exceptionally valued professional and a well-off girl.
While growing up in Connecticut, Christopher befriended an actress Kate Bosworth, broadly known for her part in television series Young Americans, along with pictures Wonderland, Superman Returns and Beyond the Sea.
Grace played Mike Smith, a researcher on the story.
Bosworth's first film role came after an open casting call in New York for the supporting part of Judith in the 1998 film, The Horse Whisperer.
He is known for playing Eric Forman in the Fox sitcom That '70s Show, Eddie Brock/Venom in Sam Raimi's film Spider-Man 3, Carter Duryea in the film In Good Company, and Edwin in the 2010 film Predators.
Grace grew up in Darien, Connecticut, where actress Kate Bosworth was a middle-school friend; and actress Chloë Sevigny—who later appeared with him in high school stage plays—was sometimes his babysitter.
The film's producers needed someone who was already an experienced horse rider, leading to Bosworth's successful audition for the role. The breakthrough role in Bosworth's career came in the 2002 surfing movie Blue Crush, which she prepared for by working out with two separate trainers seven hours a day for months in order to add fifteen pounds of muscle to her frame.
Following the success of Blue Crush, Bosworth took on roles in the indie films The Rules of Attraction (2002), and a darker turn in Wonderland (2003) opposite Val Kilmer, where she played the teenage girlfriend of porn star John Holmes.