Rio Del Valle Hackford was an American film and television actor who was born in Los Angeles County, California, to film director Taylor Hackford. In 1990, he made his acting debut in the film Pretty Woman, in which he performed an uncredited role as a street addict.
Safe, Exit to Eden, Déjà Vu, I Love Your Work, Blood In, Blood Out, Treasure Island, Sherrybaby, and Strange Days were among the films in which Hackford appeared. In the 2006 film Stay Alive, he portrayed Detective King. In the 2010 picture Jonah Hex, Hackford plays the character of Grayden Nash.
When Nature Calls with Helen Mirren, American Crime Story, Togetherness, Memphis Beat, Underground, and True Detective were among the shows in which Hackford appeared as a guest star.
Rio Hackford was married to Libby Grace, a well-known composer. Libby Grace and her late spouse Rio Hackford got married on August 1, 2015.
The couple has been together or married for about six years. She is currently bereft of companionship because her long-time life partner has passed away.
As a professional composer, Libby Grace’s net worth is predicted to be between $1 million and $5 million as of 2022.