Adrian Grenier was born on July 10, 1976, in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Grenier's breakout role came in 2004 when he was cast as Vincent Chase in the hit HBO series "Entourage."

While filming "Entourage," Grenier also pursued his music career and released an album with his band "Kid Friendly" in 2007.

In addition to acting and music, Grenier is also an accomplished producer, having produced several films and documentaries.

Grenier is an environmental activist and co-founded the Lonely Whale Foundation, a non-profit organization that works to protect marine life.

In 2015, Grenier directed a documentary called "52: The Search for the Loneliest Whale," which explored the story of a whale with a unique call that had never been heard by other whales.

Grenier has also been involved in several other environmental campaigns, including promoting the use of renewable energy sources and reducing plastic waste.

Grenier is a supporter of the arts and has been involved in several projects aimed at promoting art education and access.

Grenier has been linked to several high-profile relationships over the years, including actress Isabel Lucas and musician Courtney Love.

In 2014, Grenier's net worth was estimated to be around $15 million, primarily from his work on "Entourage" and his various producing ventures.

Grenier is an avid photographer and has had several exhibitions of his work.

Grenier is a strong believer in the power of meditation and has spoken publicly about the benefits it has had on his life.