Topher Grace is best known for playing Eric Foreman from 1998 to 2006 on the hit comedy show 'That '70s Show'. However, while some of That '70s Show actors' careers have thrived in the wake of the show, others have hit a dead-end. Grace falls somewhere right in between both of those categories.
While you have Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher who are thriving in the film industry, and are solidly considered A-list actors now, you also have Laura Prepon, Wilmer Valderrama, and Danny Masterson. To be fair, all of them are working actors and none of them are really 'struggling', but it's certainly interesting to see who has gone on to have a better career than the others.
Grace has perhaps come the closest to matching Kunis and Kutcher, especially after he landed the role of Venom/Eddie Brock in Spider-Man 3 one year after the show ended. However, the movie went on to get critically panned and commercially underperforming, and instead of launching his film career, it ended up stalling it.
Topher Grace has also had some success in other feature films, most notably 'Win A Date With Tad Hamilton' and 'The Double'. He's made plenty of guest spots on many TV shows over the years, and he was most recently seen in 'The Big Wedding'. However, Topher Grace is still young and has plenty of time to become a star before his time's up. He will next be seen in 'A Many Splintered Thing' and 'The Invitation' in 2013.