Grant Goodeve

Grant M. Goodeve
Grant Goodeve (born July 6, 1952) is an American actor and television host.wikipedia
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Eight Is Enough

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He is best known for playing the role of David Bradford, the oldest son, on Eight Is Enough, from 1977 to 1981. His earliest role was on a fifth-season episode of Emergency! After a February 1977 screen test, he signed up as a cast member of Eight Is Enough, taking over a role played in the series' pilot episode by Mark Hamill.
Grant Goodeve as David Bradford

Mark Hamill

His earliest role was on a fifth-season episode of Emergency! After a February 1977 screen test, he signed up as a cast member of Eight Is Enough, taking over a role played in the series' pilot episode by Mark Hamill.
He portrayed the oldest son, David, in the pilot episode of Eight Is Enough, though the role was later performed by Grant Goodeve.

Team Fortress 2

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More recent work includes Home & Garden Television and voice roles, such as the Engineer in the multiplayer video game Team Fortress 2 and as Wolf O'Donnell in Star Fox: Assault. From 2000 to 2004, he hosted "If Walls Could Talk" and Homes of Our Heritage on Home & Garden Television He has worked as a voice actor for several video games, including the role of Wolf O'Donnell in Star Fox: Assault, the Engineer in Team Fortress 2, and various voices for F.E.A.R..
* The Engineer (Grant Goodeve) is a relaxed and intellectual "good ol' boy" from Bee Cave, Texas.

Off Sides (Pigs vs. Freaks)

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He also co-starred in the television movie Pigs vs. Freaks (a.k.a. Off Sides (Pigs vs. Freaks)) (1984).
Directed by Dick Lowry, it stars Eugene Roche, Grant Goodeve and Tony Randall.

Solid Gold (TV series)

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In the summer of 1984, Goodeve hosted Solid Gold Hits.
Actor Grant Goodeve presided over a general grouping of the week's hit songs, and a second roster of Solid Gold Dancers was employed for this series; regular Solid Gold Dancer Deborah Jenssen was the principal dancer of this roster.

Middlebury, Connecticut

Middlebury
Goodeve was born in Middlebury, Connecticut.
Grant Goodeve (1976–present), actor

Gibbsville (TV series)

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Twin Peaks (season 3)

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Grant Goodeve as Walter Lawford

KING-TV

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He also began contributing to KING-TV's Evening Magazine and starting hosting that station's travel show Northwest Backroads in 1998.
Grant Goodeve - Northwest Backroads host

Hotel (U.S. TV series)

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Steven Carrington

Steven
In the third-season finale "The Cabin," Blake learns that Steven is living with his attorney, Chris Deegan (Grant Goodeve).

F.E.A.R.

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From 2000 to 2004, he hosted "If Walls Could Talk" and Homes of Our Heritage on Home & Garden Television He has worked as a voice actor for several video games, including the role of Wolf O'Donnell in Star Fox: Assault, the Engineer in Team Fortress 2, and various voices for F.E.A.R..
Alma is nonetheless freed when her storage chamber is opened by ATC researcher and leader of Project Origin, Harlan Wade (Grant Goodeve), who felt guilty over the company's treatment of Alma and who was actually her father.

The Case for Christ

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Grant Goodeve as Mr. Cook

Doomsday Virus

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Grant Goodeve as Don Moses

HGTV

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More recent work includes Home & Garden Television and voice roles, such as the Engineer in the multiplayer video game Team Fortress 2 and as Wolf O'Donnell in Star Fox: Assault. From 2000 to 2004, he hosted "If Walls Could Talk" and Homes of Our Heritage on Home & Garden Television He has worked as a voice actor for several video games, including the role of Wolf O'Donnell in Star Fox: Assault, the Engineer in Team Fortress 2, and various voices for F.E.A.R..

Wolf O'Donnell

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More recent work includes Home & Garden Television and voice roles, such as the Engineer in the multiplayer video game Team Fortress 2 and as Wolf O'Donnell in Star Fox: Assault. From 2000 to 2004, he hosted "If Walls Could Talk" and Homes of Our Heritage on Home & Garden Television He has worked as a voice actor for several video games, including the role of Wolf O'Donnell in Star Fox: Assault, the Engineer in Team Fortress 2, and various voices for F.E.A.R..

Star Fox: Assault

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More recent work includes Home & Garden Television and voice roles, such as the Engineer in the multiplayer video game Team Fortress 2 and as Wolf O'Donnell in Star Fox: Assault. From 2000 to 2004, he hosted "If Walls Could Talk" and Homes of Our Heritage on Home & Garden Television He has worked as a voice actor for several video games, including the role of Wolf O'Donnell in Star Fox: Assault, the Engineer in Team Fortress 2, and various voices for F.E.A.R..

Los Angeles

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He moved to Los Angeles, California, in 1975.

California

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He moved to Los Angeles, California, in 1975.

Emergency!

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His earliest role was on a fifth-season episode of Emergency! After a February 1977 screen test, he signed up as a cast member of Eight Is Enough, taking over a role played in the series' pilot episode by Mark Hamill.

The Love Boat

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When Eight Is Enough ended in 1981, Goodeve appeared in guest roles in series such as The Love Boat, T. J. Hooker, Dynasty and Fantasy Island, among others.