If you’re one of the girls who rejected Topher Grace in high school, he has one word for you: Boohoo.
“I think about it and I really hope it’s happening,” the star of Fox’s “That ’70s Show” told the Boston Sunday Globe. “I could even name names.”
Grace, 26, said he looked so young, most girls wouldn’t consider him as boyfriend material.
“I’m not trying to say ‘poor me’ — not like the way supermodels say, ‘I had a terrible childhood, everyone made fun of me’ — but I was very small in high school and nobody wanted to date me,” he said.
Grace left college after his freshman year for TV fame.
“I had a growth spurt right before college. Unfortunately, I’ll never know if I would have done better in college as I grew into myself or if I became popular because I got a TV show,” he said.
His screen credits include “Traffic” and “Win a Date With Tad Hamilton!” He’ll appear with Dennis Quaid and Scarlett Johansson in the movie, “In Good Company,” which will have a limited release on Dec. 29 and go wider on Jan. 14.
Despite the awkwardness of high school, Grace won’t brag about his private life now.
“I’ve started to realize my personal life is the most valuable thing I have,” he said. “It actually makes your public life possible because you draw on it so much as an actor.”