Griffith-- born in Lubbock, Texas and raised in the Hawaiian Islands--has been been performing since the age of 15. Griffith graduated cum laude from Franklin Pierce University with a B.A. in Theatre, holds an M.F.A. in Acting from Rutgers University, and is a graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts. He has also lived, and trained classically in the United Kingdom through Roger Williams University.
The Hollywood Reporter has noted his work as "Powerful, with the presence of a young Timothy Dalton". ---His Film & TV work include: Oliver Stone's Talk Radio, Law & Order, Law & Order SVU, Diagnosis X, The Street, roles on several soaps-- and most recently, the lead in feature film Six Gun Savior with Eric Roberts. Griffith has performed in over 50 professional plays across the country in venues like South Coast Repertory Theatre and California Shakespeare Theatre --working with veterans like Richard Chamberlain, Jessica Walter & the late Lois Nettleton.
Described as "fun-loving, relatable, energetic, real, smart, and down-to-earth" by those who know him, Griffith brings that energy to stand-out entertainment venues like The Emmy's where a light & lively off-the-cuff interview is essential; home improvement powerhouse HGTV--where Griffith hosted the self design contractor show Look What I Did. -- a Scripps Network Interactive channel seen by 98 million people a year with an annual revenue of $2 billion. As a spokesman, Griffith has worked with many national brands like EPSON and HILTON.
Griffith's voice work encompasses many TV/ Radio commercial campaigns and over 100 audiobooks. Griffith was recently honored by The Library Journal and AudioFile Magazine for BEST AUDIO for Karen Russel's (Pulitzer Prize finalist) Vampire's In The Lemon Grove (for which Griffith also won an "EARPHONE" award.)