Andreas Grant has a background in television where he developed a number of original ideas for Swedish commercial television. Amongst them: SILIKON (TV 3), Y - FRONT (Chanel 5), PETERSON (Chanel 5), SILIKON and PETERSON in collaboration with Ragnar Eklund.

He created the show Y-FRONT at Chanel 5 and for MODERN TV (MTG): 6 documentaries about the modern, Swedish, pop history with artists Jerry Williams, Tomas Ledin, Petter, Ainbusk Singers, amongst others (TV 8) plus a documentary on the history of prostitution (MTG - Eastern Europe Section), and 2013 an original format for ELK Entertainment on popular psychology, DISORDINARY.

Andreas has also worked as an editor-in-chief and segment producer in Sweden, on, among others, 'Silikon' (TV3), 'Petersson' (Channel 5), 'Ung man sökes' (TV4), segment producer on 'Samtidigt på Gröna Lund' (TV4), 'Arga Restaurangen' (Channel 5) and 'I Afton Lantz' (SVT), where he was responsible for creating and producing the musical numbers.

Andreas Grant has directed corporate films for Autoliv, the world's leading automobile safety company, book trailers for Ordfront Publishing House, music videos for dance label Fat! Records (London), amongst others.

He has written and directed several short films, 'On the other side', 'The Devil You Know', 'An unexpected farewell', 'Angels & Demons', 'Wake Up Call', 'Hitokiri' and the featurette 'Alice', produced the short film 'Little Sister ' and the award-winning short films 'The Ceremony' and 'Spring'.

Andreas Grant also has a background as an actor in Locked Down, Swedish Crime Maria Wern and Gåsmamman, Heartbreak Hotel, etc., which of course facilitates communication with actors on set.

Andreas has studied scriptwriting at RMI Berghs School of Communication, Project Year at Biskops Arnö, Scriptwriting Masterclass and Project Year at Story Academy, Sweden with teachers such as Paul Gulino, Steve Mazur, Karel Segers, William Rabkin, Chirs Vogler, Jose Silerio and Oscar nominee Iris Yamashita, amongst others.