Grant Forsberg

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Grant Forsberg
Born (1959-07-22)July 22, 1959
Holden, Massachusetts, US
Died July 17, 2007(2007-07-17) (aged 47)
Studio City, California, US
Occupation Actor and businessman
Years active 1984–1989
Spouse(s) Wanda Wen
Children Simone W. Forsberg, Dagnall W. Forsberg, and Odin Woodward-Wen

Grant Forsberg (born July 22, 1959) was an American actor, born in Holden, Massachusetts.[1]

He was an actor, best known for Planes, Trains & Automobiles (1987), Old Friends (1984) and Bloodhounds of Broadway (1989).[1]

Away from the film industry, Forsberg was a co-founder of Soolip Inc., with his wife, Wanda Wen. The business is based in North Hollywood, California, and is a manufacturer and retailer of handmade custom invitations, paper and lifestyle accessories. He was also producer and co-authored of the book Lost Boys Never Say Die (1991).[1][2]


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  2. ^ "In Memory of Grant E. Forsberg - Miles Funeral Directors, Holden, MA". Retrieved 2014-05-14. 

External links

  • Grant Forsberg on IMDb
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