where is rupert grint now?
Rupert Grint is focusing on several TV shows in 2017. He is pictured on Jan. 29, 2016 in Orlando, Florida. Getty Images

Rupert Grint is the most low profile member of the Golden Trio. His “Harry Potter” co-stars Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson remain in headlines while working on high profile movies, like “Swiss Army Man” and “Beauty and the Beast,” respectively. However, Grint has stuck to some more modest projects, and it looks like he is making his big comeback on the small screen.

To be clear, Grint never really left the industry. The Ron Weasley actor took on a lighter workload than his co-stars, but he still has worked pretty consistently since wrapping “Harry Potter.” He took on punk rock in “CBGB” and made audiences laugh in “Moonwalkers.” The 28-year-old has also worked in theater. He made his West End debut in “Mojo” in 2013. The next year, he crossed the pond to take on Broadway in “It’s Only a Play.”

However, it seems 2017 will be Grint’s busiest year yet. He is appearing in not one, but three TV series. The latest, “Snatch,” is a quirky dramedy set to premiere this month. Grint stars as Charlie Cavendish, a posh character whose life is turned upside down when he and a group of other 20-somethings come upon a truck of stolen gold. Suddenly, Charlie and his friends must figure out how to handle London’s underworld of criminals.

“Snatch” also stars Ed Westwick from “Gossip Girl,” Luke Pasqualino from “Skins,” Lucien Laviscount from “Scream Queens.” All 10 episodes of Season 1 will premiere March 16 on Crackle, Sony’s free streaming service.

Grint’s next series, “Sick Note,” will also be a comedy. The Essex native will play a man who is misdiagnosed with a fatal cancer. However, once he realizes how kind everyone has become, he doesn’t reveal that he isn’t actually dying. The series also stars Nick Frost and Don Johnson. “Sick Note” doesn’t have a premiere date yet. Sky is set to air the show in the U.K., but it isn’t clear when or if it will come to the U.S.

The third series, “Urban Myths,” already aired in the U.K. The comedy shows a tongue-in-cheek take on some historical myths. Grint appeared in one episode as August Kubizek opposite “Game of Thrones” alum Iwan Rheon as Hitler.

It’s clear that Grint’s career is focusing on comedy. If he wanted to, he could also add Ed Sheeran impersonator to his resume. The actor, who starred in Sheeran’s “Lego House” video in 2011, revealed that when people mistakenly recognize him as the singer, he sometimes doesn’t correct them. “Leo Sayer, he came up to me and said he loved my music — of course, thinking I was Ed — and I just play along,” Grint told “The Late Late Show with James Corden.”