Grant Goodeve Biography
Grant Goodeve is an American actor and television host born in 1952 in Connecticut, U.S. He is best known for his starring role as David Bradford in the television series Eight Is Enough, from the year 1977 to 1981. Grant was also the one who sang the theme song for the show.
He has numerous guest starring roles and co-star credits in television movies. Grant also appeared for two seasons on Northern Exposure as Maggie’s boyfriend Rick Pedersen (1990-1992).
For 15 years, Grant has been the host of the NW travel show, “Northwest Backroads” which is currently running in the Pacific Northwest on KING TV Seattle. He has also been host of the popular HGTV series If Walls Could Talk, and Homes of Our Heritage.
Grant also makes his living as a voice-over artist where he has voiced documentaries and video presentations for many companies and corporations. Grant also lent his singing voice to Bob Rivers’s Twisted Christmas series of holiday CDs.
Grant Goodeve Age
He was born on 6 July 1952 in Middlebury, Connecticut, United States. He is 66 years old as of 2018.
Grant Goodeve Height
Grant stands at a height of 5′ 9″ (1.75 m).
Grant Goodeve Family – Grant Goodeve Wife
He is the son of Roger Goodeve. Grant is married to Deborah Lynn Ketcham. The couple tied knot on May 20, 1978, and has three children and 6 grand-children.
Grant Goodeve Death
Grant Goodeve is still alive he is not dead. On July 6, 2018, he celebrated his 66th birthday.
Grant Goodeve Net Worth
Grant Goodeve has an estimated net worth of about $500 thousand.
Grant Goodeve Twin Peaks
In the 1990s, residents of quaint northwestern town Twin Peaks were stunned by the murder of homecoming queen Laura Palmer. Now 25 years later, Special Agent Dale Cooper, who investigated the student’s death, heads out on an odyssey that returns him to the Washington town. Creator David Lynch directs all 18 episodes of this long-awaited follow-up to the cult classic series that originally aired from 1990-91 and spawned the 1992 prequel film “Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me.”
First episode date: 21 May 2017
Final episode date: 3 September 2017
Production locations: Washington, California, Paris
Grant Goodeve Movies And Tv Shows
|1976||Law of the Land||Soldier||Television film|
|1977||All the King’s Horses||Jack Benson|
|1979||A Last Cry for Help||Jeff Burgess||Television film|
|1979||Hot Rod||Sonny Munn||Television film|
|1982||High Powder||Sgt. Garvey||Television film|
|1984||Pigs vs. Freaks||Neal Brockmeyer||Television film|
|1987||Eight Is Enough: A Family Reunion||David Bradford||Television film|
|1988||Take Two||Barry Griffith/Frank Bentley|
|1988||License to Drive||Natalie’s DMV Examiner||Theatrical film|
|1989||An Eight Is Enough Wedding||David Bradford||Television film|
|1990||She’ll Take Romance||Doug||Television film|
|1996||Pandora’s Clock||Don Moses||Television film|
|2000||Something to Sing About||Russ||Television film|
|2008||Proud American||Naval Doctor|
|2009||Crimes of the Past||Agent Kruch|
|2017||The Case for Christ||Mr. Cook|
Grant Goodeve Tv Shows
|1976||Emergency!||Larry||Above and Beyond… Nearly (Season 5: Episode 20)|
|1976||Gibbsville||Danny||Saturday Night (Season 1: Episode 2)|
|1977−1981||Eight Is Enough||David Bradford||Series regular|
|1977, 1982||Insight||Bill||I Want to Die
Leave Me Alone, God
|1978–1983||The Love Boat||Various||various roles|
|1979, 1984||Fantasy Island||Bill Rawlings / Hunter Richter||Goose for the Gander/The Stuntman (Season 3: Episode 2)
Sing Melancholy Baby/The Last Dogfight (Season 7: Episode 16)
|1981||Aloha Paradise||Alex and Annie/Blue Honeymoon/Another Thing (Season 1: Episode 1)|
|1982||Darkroom||Steve Lambert||Who’s There? (Season 1: Episode 15)|
|1983||T. J. Hooker||Blue Murder (Season 3: Episode 10)|
|1983||The Night Watchman||Officer Phil Triola||TV Pilot|
|1983–1987||Dynasty||Chris Deegan||7 episodes|
|1984||Solid Gold Hits||Host|
|1984||Trapper John, M.D.||David Huber||A Little Knife Music (Season 5: Episode 14)|
|1984||Finder of Lost Loves||Stuart Scranton||A Gift (Season 1: Episode 10)|
|1984||Capitol||Jordy Clegg #2|
|1984–1988||Murder, She Wrote||Ben Skyler / Jack Kowalski / Larry Gaynes||3 episodes|
|1985–1986||One Life to Live||James Woodward|
|1986||Hotel||Kevin Bromley||Enemies Within (Season 4: Episode 3)|
|1990–1992||Northern Exposure||Rick Pederson / Rick||10 episodes|
|1992||McGee and Me!||Brad ‘Giff’ Gifford||In the Nick of Time|
|2002||7th Heaven||Captain Jack Smith||Monkey Business 1 (Season 7: Episode 1)
Monkey Business Deux (Season 7: Episode 2)
|2000–2004||If Walls Could Talk||Host|
|2017||Twin Peaks||Walter Lawford||2 episodes|
Grant Goodeve Engineer