Kevin Grevioux net worth: He graduated from Howard University with a diploma in Microbiology. He started graduate study in Genetic Engineering, but later changed his focus to composing and performing. In 2003, he composed the story and co-wrote the screenplay for the hit movie, “Underworld”. He also appeared in the job as a Lycan. Ever since then, he’s written multiple comic book series for both Marvel and Red 5, and has additionally continued to act. He wrote the screenplay for the upcoming, “I, Frankenstein”.
There was some speculation in the Underworld series that his speaking voice was deepened artificially, but his natural speaking voice is really that deep.
Favorite superheroes are the Hulk, the Fantastic Four and the Mighty Thor.
An avid football fan, his favorite team is the Minnesota Vikings.
Wrote the Underworld: Rise of the Lycans comic books for IDW.
Mentioned in the Ebony Power 150 list as one of the Most Influential Blacks in America for creating the Underworld series of movies. Can be seen in the May 2009 issue of Ebony Magazine.
Has written for both Marvel Comics and DC Comics.
Has a brother, Steve.
Worked as a bouncer in various Washington, D.C. night clubs to support himself through grad school.
Is a huge comic book fan (a "Marvel zombie" to be exact) and has a personal collection of almost 10,000 issues.
Started a small comic book company called DarkStorm Studios in 2003.
Was a research assistant at the National Cancer Institute at the world famous NIH - National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland
Graduated from Howard University in Washington, D.C. with a degree in microbiology and minors in both chemistry and psychology. He also studied genetic engineering in grad school.
His distinctive ultra-deep voice
[when asked what comic books he likes] I'm a Marvel guy. Superman was my favorite at first when I was a young kid. But even as a kid, after seeing him lift a planet one issue, race around the world in a half a second the next, then get beat by the Toy Man the issue after that, I decided his powers were too magical, inconsistent and almost childish even for comic books. So I graduated to Marvel. They were for older kids and adults anyway.
[regarding his Underworld character Raze] Because the way modern movie-making sensibilities are concerned, if you don't have a name, then who are you? We didn't want to make the part too big, because if we did, they'd get a rapper like LL Cool J. He's good, and so is Ice Cube, but I wanted to play this, so we had to knock it down so it would be unattractive to any rapper.