Anthony Montgomery

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Anthony Montgomery
Montgomery in September 2012
Born (1971-06-02) June 2, 1971 (age 49)
Years active1998–present
Height5 ft 10.25 in (1.78 m)
Spouse(s)Adrienne Montgomery
(m. 2007; div. 20??)
RelativesWes Montgomery (grandfather)

Anthony Dwayne Montgomery (born June 2, 1971) is an American film and television actor, as well as graphic novelist. He is best known for his portrayal of Ensign Travis Mayweather on the UPN science fiction television series Star Trek: Enterprise (the fifth live-action series in the Star Trek franchise). Montgomery played Andre Maddox on the ABC daytime soap opera General Hospital from 2015 to 2019. He is the grandson of guitarist Wes Montgomery.

Early life[edit]

Montgomery was born in Indianapolis, Indiana.[1] He graduated from Ball State University with a degree in performance theater and drama. Montgomery did stand-up comedy briefly after graduation, before moving to California.[2]


Film and television[edit]

Sometimes credited as "A.T. Montgomery", his first starring role was in the horror-comedy Leprechaun in the Hood (2000), for which he also contributed writing and vocals for several songs. He had a recurring role on the television series Popular before being cast in Star Trek: Enterprise in 2001. In 2004, he returned to stand-up comedy.

Montgomery starred in the film I'm Through with White Girls in 2007. In January 2009, Montgomery appeared in an episode of the Fox series House. In 2013, he appeared briefly as a dud romantic-interest in the show Baby Daddy (season 2, ep. 1), playing a handsome but boring drycleaner the show's (young) grandmother was interested in. In 2013 he also produced and starred in the independent film Chariot, about seven amnesiac strangers who awake on an airliner mid-flight.

In 2015, Montgomery joined the cast of the ABC daytime soap General Hospital playing Dr. Andre Maddox.[3]


In 2004, Montgomery returned to the stage in Los Angeles, producing the show Dutchman by LeRoi Jones. He has also performed in a number of stage productions. His other stage credits include productions of Working, Oliver, Othello, and Much Ado About Nothing.[citation needed] In the summer of 2005, Montgomery returned to Indiana to star in theatrical fundraisers for charity.[citation needed]


Montgomery has produced one CD of his own music, What You Know About..., featuring four songs about Star Trek themes.[4] In April 2007 Anthony Montgomery signed with the Germany-based AGR Television Records. His (Hip-Hop) debut-album, titled A.T., was released in November 2008. In the TV series Single Ladies that he had a recurring role in, a single he wrote and performed, entitled "Stimulation", was included for the music-heavy show's mood soundtrack for Episode 9. The single also featured rapper J. Naught-T.[5][6]


In 2013, Montgomery created Miles Away, a hoped-to-be media franchise, about a teenager with special needs who battles aliens. A graphic novel was published in June 2013.[7]

Personal life[edit]

Anthony Montgomery married Adrienne Montgomery in August 2007. They have a son together (born 2010), and he has a daughter from a previous relationship.[8] His grandfather was jazz musician Wes Montgomery.[9][10] Montgomery is a martial arts student. He studied Hapkido and Koga Ryu Ninjutsu.[11]


Film and television
Year Title Role Notes
1998 Hard Rain (uncredited)
1998 Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction State Trooper Episode: "Deer Hunters"
1999 JAG Seaman Hendrix Episode: "Dungaree Justice"
1999 Stargate SG-1 1st mover in Daniel Jackson’s apartment Episode: "Forever in a Day"
1999 Stark Raving Mad Waiter Episode: "Fish Out of Water"
2000 Leprechaun in the Hood Postmaster P. Direct-to-video
2000 Frasier Waiter Episode: "Something Borrowed, Someone Blue: Part 1 and 2"
2000 Movie Stars Male Student Episode: "Two Guys, Two Girls and a Guest House"
2000 Charmed Paramedic Episode: "The Honeymoon’s Over"
2000-01 Popular George Austin 11 Episodes
2003 Half & Half Ron Brown Episode: "The Big Keep Your Eyes Off My Prize Episode"
2003 Player$ Episode: "Tenacious D a la Mode"
2003 Boomtown Recruit Officer Dwight Baker Episode: "Wannabe"
2001–05 Star Trek: Enterprise Ensign Travis Mayweather 98 episodes
2007 I'm Through with White Girls Jay Brooks lead character
2008 An American in China Sha
2008 NCIS Marine Corporal George Linden Episode: "Collateral Damage"
2009 House M.D. James Carlton Episode: "Painless"
2009 Why Am I Doing This? Lester
2012 The Client List Tim Episode: "Tough Love"
2011–12 Single Ladies Darryl 8 episodes
2012 Directing Reality Kevin Short film
2013 Grey’s Anatomy Chris Ward Episode: "Sleeping Monster"
2013 Baby Daddy Marcus Episode: "I’m Not That Guy"
2013 Chariot Cole
2015 The Man in 3B Avery
General Hospital Aaron
Andre Maddox
One episode
Series regular; November 2015 to December 2019
2016 Why Am I Doing This? Lester
2016 The Preacher’s Son Rev. Reynolds In post-production
2016 Without Ward Billy In post-production
2019 Carole's Christmas Marcus OWN original holiday movie
2020 Unbelievable!!!!! The Launchman

Awards and nominations[edit]

List of acting awards and nominations
Year Award Category Title Result Ref.
Glyph Comics Award Best Writer Miles Away Nominated
Daytime Emmy Award Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series General Hospital Nominated


  1. ^ U.S. Public Records Index, 1950-1993. (Report). 1. Operations. 2010.
  2. ^ "Biography". The Artist. AGR Television Records. Retrieved August 14, 2009.
  3. ^ "Anthony Montgomery Joins 'General Hospital' as Dr. Andre Maddox". We Love Soaps. October 22, 2015. Retrieved September 16, 2016.
  4. ^ Star Trek: The Magazine Staff 2002, pp. 14–19.
  5. ^ "de beste bron van informatie over anthony-montgomery". Retrieved April 8, 2013.
  6. ^ A.T. Universal Pictures International (Audio CD). London: Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. November 25, 2008. ASIN B001CSQJNG. Retrieved August 27, 2017.
  7. ^ a b T'Bonz (April 14, 2014). "Miles Away Glyph Award Nominations".
  8. ^ "Anthony Montgomery Fan Q&A, Part I". CBS Television Distribution. June 14, 2011. Retrieved April 23, 2016.
  9. ^ "Anthony Montgomery ("Travis Mayweather" - ENT)". June 2, 2003. Archived from the original on October 4, 2003. Retrieved May 3, 2015.
  10. ^ Scott Yanow. "Wes Montgomery | Biography & History". AllMusic. United States: All Media Network. Retrieved August 27, 2017.
  11. ^ Montgomery, Anothony [@MrAMontgomery] (June 29, 2016). "Soooo...guess I earned my Green Belt in Hapkido while having a torn meniscus. X-rays were negative. MRI is coming" (Tweet). Retrieved August 27, 2017 – via Twitter.
  12. ^ "The 45th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards Nominations" (PDF). New York: and National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. 2018. Retrieved March 21, 2018.


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