Czuchry at the PaleyFest 2015 panel for The Good Wife
|Born||Matthew Charles Czuchry
May 20, 1977
|Alma mater||College of Charleston (B.A.)|
Matthew Charles "Matt" Czuchry (//; born May 20, 1977) is an American actor. His best known roles include Logan Huntzberger on The WB television series Gilmore Girls (2004–07) and Cary Agos on the CBS television drama The Good Wife (2009–16).
Czuchry was born in Manchester, New Hampshire, and grew up in Johnson City, Tennessee. His father, Andrew Czuchry, is a professor at East Tennessee State University, and his mother, Sandra, is a housewife. He is of Ukrainian descent on his father's side. He has two brothers and a sister.
He graduated from Science Hill High School in 1995. Czuchry graduated with honors in 1999 from the College of Charleston with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Political Science. He won the Mr College of Charleston pageant in 1998. Czuchry attended college on a tennis scholarship, captained the men's tennis team, and was an NCAA ranked player in the Southern Conference. On the April 29, 2016 episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, he said that before becoming an actor he took the Law School Admission Test and did poorly.
Czuchry took one theater class in college, and his professor encouraged him to change his major to drama. It was during his first role on The WB's Young Americans that he met Kate Bosworth, whom he dated from 2000 to 2002. He also did guest spots on Freaks and Geeks, 7th Heaven, The Practice, Veronica Mars and Friday Night Lights. After recurring on the CBS television drama Hack and starring in the UPN pilot Jake 2.0, Czuchry received his breakthrough role as Logan Huntzberger on the television series Gilmore Girls in 2004. His role was initially recurring during the series' fifth season before being upgraded to a series regular during the sixth season.
From 2009 to 2016, Czuchry portrayed lawyer Cary Agos on the critically acclaimed CBS drama The Good Wife. He also reprised his role as Logan Huntzberger on Netflix's reunion miniseries, Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life (2016).
|2002||Slap Her... She's French||Kyle Fuller|
|2002||Eight Legged Freaks||Bret|
|2002||Midsummer Night's Rave, AA Midsummer Night's Rave||Evan|
|2002||Swimming Upstream||Morris Bird III|
|2004||Em & Me||Chase|
|2009||I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell||Tucker Max|
|2000||Freaks and Geeks||Teenage Guy #1||Episode: "We've Got Spirit"|
|2000||Opposite Sex||Kurt||Episode: "The Field Trip Episode"|
|2000||Young Americans||Sean McGrail||5 episodes|
|2002||Practice, TheThe Practice||Skip Hyman||Episode: "Fire Proof"|
|2002||7th Heaven||Carl||Episode: "A Cry for Help"|
|2003||Jake 2.0||Darin Metcalf||Episode: "The Tech"|
|2003–2004||Hack||Jamie Farrel||Main role|
|2004–2007||Gilmore Girls||Logan Huntzberger||Main role|
|2005||Dark Shadows||Willie Loomis||Unsold TV pilot|
|2006||Justice League||Brainiac 5 (voice)||Episode: "Far From Home"|
|2006||Veronica Mars||Charlie Stone||Episode: "Charlie Don't Surf"|
|2008||Friday Night Lights||Chris Kennedy||4 episodes|
|2009–2016||Good Wife, TheThe Good Wife||Cary Agos||Main role|
|2010||19th Wife, TheThe 19th Wife||Jordan||TV film|
|2016||Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life||Logan Huntzberger||TV miniseries|
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- Three In Can for "Beer In Hell"
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