Arend in September 2011
February 28, 1978|
Manhattan, New York City, U.S.
|Occupation||Actor, voice actor|
Christina Hendricks (m. 2009)
Geoffrey Arend (born February 28, 1978) is an American film, television, voice and theater actor. He is best known for his role as Ethan Gross on the ABC drama series Body of Proof and currently plays Matt Mahoney on the CBS political drama series Madam Secretary.
Arend was born in the Manhattan borough of New York City. His father is European-American, and his mother is Pakistani. He graduated from New York City's Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts in 1996.
In 1998, Arend joined the cast of Daria as the voice artist for obnoxious flirt Charles "Upchuck" Ruttheimer III. He would voice Upchuck until the end of the series in 2002, as well as in the video game Daria's Inferno. After the show finished, Arend landed small roles in films such as Super Troopers and Bubble Boy. He played man with an intellectual disability in the film The Ringer, and then had a supporting role in the romantic comedy (500) Days of Summer.
Arend previously appeared in the medical drama television series Body of Proof, which aired on ABC from March 29, 2011 to May 28, 2013 and currently plays speech writer Matt Mahoney on the CBS drama Madam Secretary.
|2001||Super Troopers||College Boy 3|
|2001||Bubble Boy||Flipper Boy|
|2003||It Runs in the Family||Malik|
|2003||A Tale of Two Pizzas||Johnny|
|2004||Garden State||Karl Benson|
|2005||Press to Say 2||Temp Agent (voice)||Short film|
|2006||National Lampoon's Pledge This!||Dax / Mother / Photographer|
|2007||Loveless in Los Angeles||Ryan|
|2007||Killing Zelda Sparks||Terry Seville|
|2008||She Pedals Fast (For a Girl)||Catcaller||Short film|
|2008||An American Carol||Mohammed|
|2009||Paper Tigers||Meu||Short film|
|2009||(500) Days of Summer||McKenzie|
|2010||Peep World||Dr. Novak|
|2011||Quirky Girl||Short film|
|2012||Save the Date||Kevin|
|2014||Beach Pillows||Morgan Midwood|
|2016||The Angry Birds Movie||Day Care Teacher (voice)|
|1997–2001||Daria||Charles 'Upchuck' Ruttheimer III (voice)||Recurring role (21 episodes)|
|2002||Undeclared||Jimmy||Episode: "Jobs, Jobs, Jobs"|
|2002||Is It College Yet?||Charles 'Upchuck' Ruttheimer III (voice)||TV film|
|2002||Porn 'n Chicken||Andy||TV film|
|2003||Hey Joel||David Faustino / Intercom Voice / Moby (voice)||Episode: "Judgment Day"|
|2003||Guiding Light||Gavin Strong / The Mole (voice)||Episode: "dated 11 June 2003"|
|2003||Law & Order||Jeffrey||Episode: "Bounty"|
|2004||Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Daris Macelvoy||Episode: "Conscience"|
|2004||The Wrong Coast||Various Celebrity Voices||Unknown episodes|
|2005||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Game Designer||Episode: "Game"|
|2006||Love Monkey||Kyle||Episodes: "The Window"|
|2007||Making It Legal||Ethan||TV film|
|2008||Greek||Egyptian Joe||2 episodes|
|2009||Trust Me||Hector Culligan||Main role (13 episodes)|
|2009||Rex||Jeffrey Wagstaff||TV film|
|2009||Private Practice||Jimmy||Episode: "Slip Slidin' Away"|
|2010||Medium||Andy Seward||Episode: "Allison Rolen Got Married"|
|2010||The Closer||Wayne West||Episode: "In Custody"|
|2011–2013||Body of Proof||Ethan Gross||Main role (42 episodes)|
|2013||Neil's Puppet Dreams||DJ||Episode: "Bollywood"|
|2014||Grey's Anatomy||Thom||Episode: "Throwing it All Away"|
|2014||Garfunkel & Oates||Todd||Episode: "The Fadeaway"|
|2014–present||Madam Secretary||Matt Mahoney||Main role|
|2016||Dream Corp, LLC||Patient #086 (voice)||Episode: "The Predator"|
|2017||American Dad!||Tony Perotti||Episode: "Garbage Stan"|
|2000||Daria's Inferno||Charles 'Upchuck' Ruttheimer III, Degas Street patrons|
|2004||Red Dead Revolver||Mr. Black, Prof. Perry, Cowboys #6|
|2004||Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas||Pedestrian|
|2005||The Warriors||Hi Hat|
|2006||Neverwinter Nights 2||Cain, Githyanki Lieutenant, Vashne|
|2007||Manhunt 2||The Legion|
|2008||Grand Theft Auto IV||The Crowd of Liberty City|
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