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Kelley on his hit show (2002) starring Scarlett Johansson.
Czuchry’s next key television roles would propel him towards leading-man status early in his career: while playing swindling thief “Jamie Farrel” on the series Hack (2002-2004), he was able to hone his craft by learning from the show’s stars – Drama Desk Award Winner David Morse and Emmy® Award Winner Andre Braugher – which readied him for a breakout performance.
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redefined what a procedural series can be, consistently delivering edge-of-your-seat emergencies, mixed with emotional story arcs and incredible performances from one of the most powerful teams of actors on television,” said Fox Entertainment president Michael Thorn.
The 1970s were an era of economic struggle, cultural change, and technological innovation. This page is updated often with fresh details about Matt Czuchry.
The Seventies saw many women's rights, gay rights, and environmental movements. Played the arrogant character Logan on the television series Gilmore Girls alongside Alexis Bledel.
Matt’s renewal of a longstanding passion for movies and television coincided with the arrival of “pretty awful LSAT scores” and propelled him further towards making an unexpected career choice.Over the course of three consecutive seasons beginning in 2005, Czuchry embodied the role of billionaire newspaper heir “Logan Huntzberger” on the critically acclaimed hit Gilmore Girls (2000-2007), and his work on the beloved series would go on to be nominated for three Teen Choice Awards and garner press in countless magazines while building a loyal following worldwide.After completing his three-year run on , Czuchry further developed his craft by choosing the unexpected direction of working in projects spanning diverse mediums of not only film and television but also the theatrical stage, where he played the title role of “Woodson Bull III” (aka “) alongside Oscar® Award Winner Christine Lahti in Wendy Wasserstein’s 2007 West Coast premiere of the play by the same name. Matt went on to co-star in the role of Cary Agos in The Good Wife (2009) alongside Julianna Margulies.Matt is taking on a leading role of a senior resident named Dr.