Blake Cooper Griffin

About Blake Cooper Griffin

Who is it?: Actor
Occupation: Actor
Years active: 2008-present

Blake Cooper Griffin Net Worth

Blake Cooper Griffin was born, is Actor. Having already garnered huge successes with key roles opposite Hollywood A-listers including Helen Hunt and Cuba Gooding Jr., Griffin excels at taking on a variety of different characters, in both film and television. Appearing on a slew of popular prime time series, Blake notably transformed in an almost unrecognizable turn as bad boy 'Trent Rogers' on USA Network's "Necessary Roughness" and demonstrated his strong comedic chops as the memorable 'Brad Pearson' on TNT's "Major Crimes."In 2016, Griffin had guest role on Showtime's "House of Lies" and starred as one of the leads in the highly anticipated feature film Love is All You Need? based off the successful, award winning short film from Kim Rocco Shields.Other TV and film projects include "Jessie," "Game of Your Life," "Greek," "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," "Mad Love," "90210," "NCIS: Los Angeles, and films "Ride" with Helen Hunt, "Standing Up" with Val Kilmer and "Life of a King" with Cuba Gooding Jr.
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In 2011, Griffin was cast as Trent Rogers on the USA Network drama Necessary Roughness.


In 2014, Deadline Hollywood announced that Griffin had joined the cast of the twenty-something ensemble drama Flipside being executive produced by Mark Feuerstein in conjunction with Wind Dancer Films.


In 2016, Griffin joined several other Hollywood actors on the campaign trail as a vocal surrogate for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. Griffin travelled to several battleground states, giving speeches at campaign rallies in support of Clinton. The actor also appeared at various fundraisers and was among the Celebrity hosts at the Los Angeles launch of Millennials for Hillary.


In 2017, Griffin gave the keynote speech outside of the Georgia State Capitol building at a rally designed to push back against Congressional efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act.