Imahara was best known as a cast member on the show, “Myth Busters.” Myth busters is an Australian American science entertainment television program created by Peter Rees and produced by Australia’s Beyond Television Productions.
It was broadcast internationally by many television networks, including SBS Australia and other Discovery Channels worldwide. The show’s original hosts, special effect’s experts Adam Savage and Jaimie Hyneman, used aspects of the scientific method to test the legitimacy of rumors, myths, movie scenes, adages, Internet videos, and news stories. The show was one of the most widespread on the Discovery Channel. He was also known for being a superb expert model and robot maker.
Grant Masaru Imahara was born on October 23, 1970, and died on the 13th of July 2020. He was known to be a television host, television host, electrical engineer, and a roboticist. Imahara was best known for his work on the television series Mythbusters, on which he designed and built numerous robots.
Imahara was born in Los Angeles, California; he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Southern California. Imahara achieved a lot before his death, he worked as an engineer for Lucasfilm's THX Division, and he was involved in a lot of movies like Star Wars, the matrix Revolution, The Matrix resolution, van heisting, Artificial intelligence, Galaxy quest, the lost world, terminator 3, rise of the machines and many others.
Grant Imahara was best known for his uncommon achievements over the course of his career as an electrical engineer, TV host, actor, and a roboticist. After he graduated from the prestigious University of Southern California, his contributions to the George Lucas’ Lucasfilm’s THX labs, his first place of work, were the things that actually showed the wonders he was capable of performing.
His works at the visual effects division of the company were used in different movies at that time. However, he became a member of the "build team" of the popular discovery show known as Mythbusters. There is no doubt; Grant Imahara was a major player in this television show, coupled with the effort of his two friends, Tory Belleci and Kari Byron. Grant Imahara, together with other members of the television host, did different kinds of experiments in a bid to debunk all kinds of myths. After he left Mythbusters in 2014, another area where his talent was enjoyed is his contributions when he worked as a co-host of the original series of Netflix known as the White Rabbit Project.