Grant Bowen is an Alabama-born storyteller, actor, and writer currently living in NYC.
Grant has been seen telling stories at The Moth, The Story Collider, Nights of Our Lives, The Adam Wade from NH Show, Happy Hour Story Hour, Gems (Cluster Ring Edition), Comedy Hub Live, and How Was It? He co-produces Awkward Teenage Years along with Will Clegg, an award-winning storytelling show focused on stories from middle school and high school years. Grant has also appeared in Replay Storytelling's virtual 24-hr True Storytelling Festival, which featured storytellers from the US, UK, Canada, Australia, and the Netherlands.
He's currently developing a one-man show called A Public Private Prayer. Since 2019, the show has played festivals across New York City - Solocom, the FRIGID Festival, and Emerging Artist Theatre's New Work Series - and is currently looking ahead to future productions across the country.
Grant is a member of Actors Equity Association. In New York, he has appeared onstage in such plays as Angelina Ballerina (Vital Theatre Company); World's Smallest Donut (Urban Stages); Yearning for Peace (Articulate Theatre Company); & GRIMM: A New Musical (BIG Theatre Company). He has toured across the country with the casts of Angelina Ballerina and Miss Nelson is Missing (Two Beans/Theatreworks USA). Regional credits include Godspell (Infinity Theatre Company, MD); A Comedy of Errors (Valley Shakespeare Festival, CT); Joseph & the Amazing Techincolor Dreamcoat (Snow Camp Outdoor Theatre, NC); & Calamity Jane (Thin Air Theatre Company, CO).
Grant's other writing credits include his full-length play Late Night Odyssey, which has held readings with Articulate Theatre Company and the Broadway Bound Theatre Festival. His 10-minute play, Lay Down My Sword and Shield, received a full production with Articulate Theatre Company in 2016.