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Nick Fish

Commissioner, City of Portland

phone: 503-823-3589

fax: 503-823-3596

1221 S.W. 4th, Room 240, Portland, OR 97204

Celebrating Grimm

Last night, Nick was honored to present a City Proclamation honoring the magical NBC TV series, Grimm.


He joined the cast and crew, NBC producers, Governor Brown, State Legislators, and many others in celebrating a huge milestone: the filming of Grimm’s 100th episode!


Nick was even introduced by the star of the show – also named Nick! – played by David Giuntoli. In addition to the Grimm, our Nick enjoyed the opportunity to chat with a Hexenbeist, a Blutbad, and a Fuchsbau, too.


Portland and Oregon are proud to host local productions, with the help of the Oregon Production Investment Fund. And Shelley Midthun in the Portland Film Office at Portland Development Commission offers concierge service to productions to help navigate permits and other filming needs.

Nick serves as Portland’s Arts Commissioner, and proudly supports film and TV productions that contribute to our creative economy. Over 5 seasons, Grimm’s economic impact has been $250 million statewide.


Here’s to the next 100 episodes!


Grimm Day Proclamation

On the set of the ‘Grimm’ 100th episode in Portland (photos)

Kristi Turnquist in The Oregonian

‘Grimm’ celebrates filming of 100th episode 

Thomas Boyd in The Oregonian

‘Grimm’ celebrates 100 episodes

Fox 12 News

‘Grimm’ marks major milestone with filming of 100th episode

Maggie Vespa in KGW News

After 100 episodes, economic impact of ‘Grimm’ surges past $250M (photos)

Erik Siemers in the Portland Business Journal

Grimm’s 100th Episode Party Gave a Peek Behind the Scenes

Willamette Week Staff