He began hanging around backstage at the theater at every opportunity, and volunteered for work in the summer as a messenger boy and guide at the military docks in , to escape the unhappiness of his home life.
She noticed that Grant treated his female co-stars differently than many of the leading men at the time, regarding them as subjects with multiple qualities rather than "treating them as sex objects".
Dôležitou témou je prepájanie súkromného sektora s verejným.
He spent his final days penning his memoirs, which were published the year he died and proved a critical and financial success.
Grant grew up resenting his mother, particularly after she left the family.
He questioned "are good looks their own reward, canceling out the right to more"? In 1944, Grant starred alongside , and , in 's dark comedy , playing the manic Mortimer Brewster, who belongs to a bizarre family which includes two murderous aunts and an uncle claiming to be President Teddy Roosevelt.