Fred Savage and Rob Lowe co-star on the new FOX series, ‘The Grinder’. It’s about a lawyer, played by Fred and his brother, an actor...who played a lawyer on TV.
Starting out in commercials in Chicago, Fred Savage’s acting career has included such feature films as “Vice Versa,” “The Princess Bride” and “Austin Powers: Goldmember.” On television, he is perhaps best known for a six-year run as “Kevin Arnold” on “The Wonder Years,” a role that earned him several accolades and awards, including two Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series.
Behind the camera, Savage has produced and directed more than 100 episodes of both comedic and dramatic episodic television, for which he has earned four Directors Guild Award nominations. He has served as producer and director on “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” as well as the AFI-honored “Party Down,” “Best Friends Forever” and “Garfunkel & Oates.” His episodic work includes “Modern Family,” “2 Broke Girls” and “The Goldbergs.”
Additionally, Savage has helmed successful commercial campaigns for clients such as Verizon, Farmers Insurance, Realtor.com and Honda. He can also be heard as the voice of Honda in its television and radio campaigns.
Savage currently resides in Los Angeles.
'The Grinder' airs Tuesday nights at 8:30pm - right here on FOX.
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