Kevin Grevioux
Underworld, I, Frenkenstien, Blue Marvel

Kevin Grevioux is a director, screenwriter, producer, actor, and a graphic novel creator who has over 20 years’ experience in the film industry. After graduating Howard University with a degree in microbiology, Grevioux came to Hollywood where he acted in several films including, Alien Nation, The Mask, Congo, Batman Forever, Tim Burton's Planet of the Apes, The Hulk and Men In Black II.
Kevin also co-created and wrote the original screenplay to the successful Underworld franchise, which was his first produced writing credit. He was also a co-producer on the film series and played the character, Raze. Grevioux
has just completed production on his latest film from a screenplay he wrote I, Frankenstein produced by Lakeshore Entertainment. It was based on his original graphic novel.

In addition, Grevioux is a prolific writer in the comic book/graphic novel world. He has worked for both Marvel and DC Comics having written such characters as Spider-Man, Blade, Iron Man, Batman, Superman, the Phantom and the critically acclaimed Adam: Legend of the Blue Marvel for Marvel which he created.

He has established an independent creator-owned comic book/graphic novel company called Darkstorm Studios. Under this imprint Kevin has created ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction, I, Frankenstein, Darkstorm, Rise of the Djinn, Monstroids, Shurika, Skull & Guns, The Gray Men, Alius Rex and Battlesphere. As well as Astounding Comics, which produces all-ages titles such as Valkyries, Njuma, Cryptokids, Guardian Heroes, The Atoms Family, The Toy Box, Mighty Girls, The Vindicators and The Hammer Kid.

Grevioux’s animation credits include The Atoms Family and Monstroids, two unproduced pilots for Starz and Nickelodeon respectively, based on properties that he created and owns. As well as, episodes of Ben 10: Ultimate Alien, Mega Man: Fully Charged, Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, and Young Justice.

Lastly, Grevioux directorial debut was King of Killers, starring Frank Grillo and Alain Moussi. A feature he both wrote and produced through his production company Channel 56 Films.