Asher Grodman is an actor, director, writer and producer who has worked across all mediums. Asher can currently be seen starring as Trevor on the CBS comedy Ghosts. Written by Port and Wiseman based on the British series, GHOSTS follows a young couple, Samantha and Jay, whose dreams come true when they inherit a beautiful country house, only to find it’s both falling apart and inhabited by many of the deceased previous residents. Trevor is a finance bro who died in the late 1990s and is incredibly frustrated his ghostly roommates don’t understand his past life. Trevor died as he lived: partying at a drug-fueled rager, and now, he walks around for eternity with no pants.
Grodman can be seen starring next in Out of Order alongside Brooke Shields, Brandon Routh and Sam Huntington.
The comedy follows Routh’s acceptance to work at a new elite law firm, soon realizing both legal firms are working opposite sides of the same case involving a massive pharmaceutical company. Grodman’s other recent television appearances include Succession (HBO), Chicago Med (NBC), House of Cards (Netflix), Elementary (CBS) and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (NBC).
He’s worked extensively in independent film and regional theater across the country including the title role of Amadeus at South Coast Rep. Grodman is also the writer/director/producer of the award-winning short film The Train starring Academy Award Winner Eli Wallach. The Train was featured in over 25 festivals and won numerous honors including recognitions for Best Film at the Cleveland International Film Festival and the Sedona International Film Festival. Asher holds a MFA in Acting from the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco and a BA in Film and English from Columbia University in New York. In addition to his work in front and behind the camera, Asher currently teaches acting for both theater and film at Hunter College as well as instructing inmates in acting at Rikers Island.