Seven seasons on the sitcom “That 70’s Show” led Topher Grace to roles in Steven Soderbergh’s “Traffic,” “In Good Company,” a not entirely successful turn as “Venom” in “Spider Man 3,” and lighter projects like “Win A Date With Tad Hamilton,” and “Valentine’s Day.” He then decided to change the trajectory of his career. He told his agents he wanted to work exclusively with great film artists in environments that inspired him. Worthy projects like “Interstellar,” “Truth” and “War Machine” followed. And this year, Grace’s next chapter continues with David Robert Mitchell's “Under the Silver Lake” and the challenging role of David Duke in Spike Lee’s “Blackkklansman” (Opening August 10th). In our woefully brief time together, Grace talks about his work in a charmingly straightforward and insightful way.