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Birthday: April 6, 1975
Place: South Orange, New Jersey, USA
Height: 6' 0"
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| Known mostly for his role as medical intern John "J.D." Dorian in NBC's sitcom Scrubs, Zach Braff has an enthusiasm for acting that can be traced back to his childhood in South Orange, NJ, where, at eight years old, he recalls watching his attorney father participate in a local theater group. Three years later, Braff could be found cultivating his own show-business skills at Stagedoor Manor, a renowned children's acting camp. After attracting the attention of a well-connected talent scout, Braff made his would-have-been television debut opposite Gwyneth Paltrow in an unsold pilot produced by Bruce Paltrow. His contribution to CBS's after-school special My Summer as a Girl in 1994 made it to the television screen, but, by that time, he had a significantly more notable role under his belt: the teenaged son of two neurotic New Yorkers (Woody Allen and Diane Keaton) in Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993).Though moderately successful in his childhood and late teens, Braff opted to attend college at Northwestern University rather than making an immediate transition to a full-time career of pursuing roles in the wilds of Los Angeles. While at Northwestern, Braff wrote and directed several short films, among them Lionel on a Sunday, which fared successfully in the 1998 festival season. The young actor went on to co-star in Getting to Know You, an adaptation of various short stories penned by author Joyce Carol Oates, which won praise at the Sundance Film Festival in 1999. After a role as a homosexual drug addict in The Broken Hearts Club (2000), which won a GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Film, Braff auditioned for Scrubs; despite his prior experience, the sitcom undoubtedly became his breakout role. Indeed, his Scrubs success helped Braff write, direct, and star in Garden State (2003) opposite Natalie Portman and Ian Holm. Braff credits the late John Ritter as one of his foremost inspirations. Braff voiced the lead character in Disney's animated Chicken Little, but next appeared in the flesh on the big screen in the Tony Goldwyn romantic comedy The Last Kiss. The film, scripted by Crash's Paul Haggis, co-starred Casey Affleck, Tom Wilkinson, and Blythe Danner, and mined much of the same simultaneously sad and funny emotional ground explored in Garden State.
- Attended the same high school as R&B singer and hip-hop MC Lauryn Hill.
- Member of Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity at Northwestern.
- He has gained praise at film festivals for his directorial debut, Garden State (2004).
- Attended the same high school as Elisabeth Shue and Andrew Shue. In fact, he grew up around the corner from the Shue family.
- Brother, novelist Josh Braff, wrote "The Unthinkable Thoughts of Jacob Green."
- Father is an attorney, who also does stage work.
- Also attending Columbia High School at the same time was Ahmed Best, better known as the voice of Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999)'s Jar Jar Binks.
- Is best friends in real life with "Scrubs" (2001) co-star Donald Faison, who plays Turk.
- The youngest of four children: Adam J. Braff, Joshua Braff (wife, Jill; children, Henry and Ella), and Shoshanna Braff.
- Middle brother, Joshua Braff, and oldest brother, Adam J. Braff have collaborated on screenplays for TV. Sister is a fashion designer.
- Parents are divorced, each is remarried, and all get along with one another. Zach's "four parents" are all at Thanksgiving dinner together every year, with the four children, and the grandchildren.
- Won a Grammy in February of 2005 for "Best Compilation Soundtrack For A Motion Picture" for Garden State (2004), on which he served as the compilation producer.
- According to an article in The Chicago Sun-Times, when Braff won his Best First Feature Independent Spirit Award for Garden State (2004), his father jumped up from a back table in the room and yelled, "That's my kid!".
- Attended the same high school as producer Joel Silver (Road House (1989), Die Hard (1988) and Lethal Weapon (1987)) and drummer Max Weinberg (E Street Band, "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" (1993)).
- Auditioned for the role of Drue Valentine on "Dawson's Creek" (1998), which eventually went to Mark Matkevich.
- Per his request that she contribute a song to the soundtrack of Garden State (2004), his ex-girlfriend Bonnie Somerville recorded the song "Winding Road" for the film.
- Graduated from Northwestern University with a B.A. in film
- Named among Fade In Magazine's "100 People in Hollywood You Need to Know" in 2005.
- Is a die-hard fan of the show "Lost" (2004)
- Mandy Moore accompanied him to the Golden Globes in 2006
- His father is of Russian heritage.
- On "Scrubs" (2001), Braff's character is often called by various girl's names. Ironically, his first TV role was in an after school special called My Summer As a Girl (1994) (TV), in which he poses as a girl to get a summer job.
- Directed the music video "Chariot" for singer 'Gavin Degraw' . Zach Braff's real life friend and "Scrubs" (2001) cast mate, Donald Faison, also made a cameo in the video.
- Ended relationship with Mandy Moore [June 14, 2006].
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