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Demetrius Grosse

Demetrius Grosse

Demetrius Grosse (born 26 February 1981) is an American actor and producer.

In 2006, he played Alex Timmons, a former Marine sniper, on Showtime’s series DEXTER.

(He had a brief secondary role as a morgue attendant.)


Season One:



His film credits include roles in Sofia For Now (2006); Studio (2007); Rock Obama: The Barack Obama Musical (2008 Short); A Quiet Fire (2009); Cartel War (2010); The Inheritance (2011); Slice (2011); Hollywoo (2011); Sex with the Jones (2012 Short); This Is Martin Bonner (2013); Battle Of The Year (2013); Saving Mr. Banks (2013); Never A Neverland (2014); Counter (2014); Weighing In (2014 Short); Finding Her Light (2014 Short); Samaria (2015 Short); Straight Outta Compton (2015); 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi (2016); Fight Your Way Out (2017); The Row (2018 Short); Love Jacked (2018); and Rampage (2018).

TV Movies

His TV movies include Grow (2013) and Chiefs (2018).


His TV credits include appearances on Numb3rs; Close to Home; The Unit; Dirt; CSI: Miami; NCIS; The Unsuccessful Thug; Bones; Heroes; ER; House M.D.; The Cape; Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior; How to Be a Gentleman; Shameless; Justified; Banshee; Complications; Westworld; Game of Silence; The Brave; Frontiers; The Voice; NCIS: New Orleans; Chicago P.D.; Califia and the Timeless Sentries; Hawaii Five-0; and Lovecraft Country.

Video Games

  • 2011 L.A. Noire as Jermaine Jones
  • 2016 NBA 2K17 as Washington Falls


  • 2009 A Quiet Fire - Winner of the Sirrocco Award at the AOF Film Festival. AOF nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Short Film.
  • 2013 This Is Martin Bonner - 2013 Sundance Awards: Audience Award Winner for Best of NEXT for This Is Martin Bonner.
  • 2014 Counter - Idyllwild IIFC 2015
  • 2014 The Road Weeps, The Well Runs Dry - 24TH Annual NAACP Theatre Awards: “The Road Weeps, The Well Runs Dry.”
  • 2015 Samaria - 2015 Student Academy Awards Samaria (Short Film)

Personal Life[]

He was born and raised in Washington, D.C. Grosse began honing his performance skills at the age of ten. Spending time at the Summer Musical Theater Workshop, he was able to practice singing, acting, and dance.[1]


  • He is a graduate of the Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama.