The Gilmore Girls Actor Matt Czuchry - Biography

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Matthew Charles Czuchry is an American actor who portrayed Logan Huntzberger in ‘Gilmore Girls’. Before he thought he would rise as an actor, Matt was a law student; but his awful Law School Admission Test Scores pushed him to where he stands today. Source: images4.fanpop

Synopsis

After Matt Czuchry received his horrible Law School test scores, he decided to take his career to a new direction and moved from his hometown Tennessee to California. During his struggle period, he worked with James Franco; and writers Paul Feig, Judd Apatow and Mike White in ‘Freaks and Geeks’. Some years later, he was able to come with series like ‘Hack’ and ‘Gilmore Girls’ that pushed his career a little bit further. Matt even got nominated for 3 Teen Choice Awards for his work on the series and it gave him the opportunities to be in countless magazines that made him gain popularity on TV sets all across the world.

Early Life and Education

Matt Czuchry was born on May 20th, 1977; in New Hampshire, United States of America, to his father Andrew Czuzhry and mother Sandra. Though he was born in Manchester, Matt grew up in Johnson City, Tennessee. He graduated from Science Hill High School in 1995 and got his bachelor’s degree from the College of Charleston in 1999 on B.A. in American History and Political Science. After completion, he thought he would apply for Law School and even took the Law School Admission test, on which he scored pretty bad.

Career

During his time at the college, he featured in ‘The WB’s Young Americans’ which was his first ever appearance on TV as an actor. Later, he starred in ‘Gilmore Girls’ as Logan Huntzberger. Prior to this role, Matt guest starred in the CBS drama called ‘Hack’ and featured in the pilot episode of UPN’ Jake 2.0. Soon, he got chances to play on series like ‘Freaks and Geeks’, ‘7th Heaven’, ‘The Practice’, ‘Friday Night Lights’ and ‘Veronica Mars’. From 2009 to 2016, Matt portrayed as a young ambitious lawyer ‘Cary Agos’ in the CBS drama ‘The Good Wife’. 

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Filmography

Till date, Matt Czuchry has appeared in many movies like 2002 ‘Slap Her… She’s French’ as Kyle Fuller, 2002 ‘Eight Legged Freaks’ as Bret, 2002 ‘A Midsummer Night’s Rave’ as Evan, 2002 ‘Swimming Upstream’ as Morris Bird 3, 2004 ‘Em & Me’ as Chase, 2006 ‘Hooked (Short movie)’ as Scotty and 2009 ‘I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell’ as Tucker Max. 

Movie poster of 'I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell'.

Movie poster of 'I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell'.

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Awards

Matt is a winner for Entertainment Weekly ‘Best Supporting Actor, 2011’; New York Vulture ‘TV’s Most Unheralded Actor, 2010’; TV Without Pity ‘Best Performances, 2011’ and etcetera. Apart from winning, he has been nominated more than just once. Some of his nominations go like this, ‘Emmy Awards, nominated for Outstanding Drama Series, 2011; Emmy Awards, nominated for Outstanding Drama Series, 2010; Screen Actors Guild Awards, nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a drama series, 2012 and so much more.

Regardless of his success in Filmography, Matt was popular since his college days and he was the one to receive ‘The Bishop Robert Smith Award’. This award is given to a graduating senior who characterizes contributions in sports, academics and during the entire course of the Charleston South Carolina community.

Dating History

Matt Czuchry dated Kate Bosworth from July 2000 to 2002. The pair met on The WB’s Young Americans and fell in love with each other on the set. Kate is an American actress and a model, she has made her appearance in most of the high-class Hollywood movies and series like ‘7th Heaven’, ‘The Horse Whisperer’, ‘Remember the Titans’, ‘Wonderland’ and more. 

Matt Czuchry and Kate Bosworth.

Matt Czuchry and Kate Bosworth.

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Philanthropy

‘Lilli Claire Foundation Benefit charity event, October 2005’, ‘Annual Race To Erase MS charity event, May 2006’, ‘ New York Stage and Film Gala charity event, December 2009’, ‘Miscat charity event, March 2010’, ‘Pratham USA charity event, October 2011’, ‘St. Bernard Project 100th Episode Good Wife Event, October 2013’, ‘World Polio Day Event, October 2015’ and etcetera.