Zachary Booth

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Zachary Booth (born 1983) is an American actor. He appeared in several productions with the Peterborough Players,[1] before starring in The N's What Goes On as openly gay teen Ethan[2] and on FX's Damages, as Michael Hewes, the son of lawyer Patty Hewes (Glenn Close). Booth is a 2004 BFA graduate of the University of Michigan.

Booth had supporting roles in the films Assassination of a High School President alongside Mischa Barton, and The Marc Pease Experience with Ben Stiller.[3] In 2009 he also had a small role in the Ang Lee film Taking Woodstock as a member of a hippie naturist group.

In fall/winter of 2008 Booth co-starred alongside Tony award winners Victoria Clark and Michelle Park and Tony nominee Jonathan Groff in Prayer for My Enemy, a new play by Craig Lucas at the Off-Broadway theater Playwrights Horizons in New York City.[4] During the same year, he played the role of Gary, Tris' date, in Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist.

In September 2010 he starred in the New York production of the new Edward Albee play Me, Myself & I also at Playwrights Horizons.

In August 2011 it was announced that he would play a gay character in Ira Sachs' Keep the Lights On.[5] The film opened on September 7, 2012.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Peterbrough Players: Alumni
  2. ^ "Where We Are on TV: LGBT Characters For 2006-07" - Glaad.org Retrieved September 16, 2008.
  3. ^ Zachary Booth profile - IMDb.com Retrieved September 16, 2008.
  4. ^ PlaywrightHorizons.org
  5. ^ Cox, Gordon (2 August 2011). "Indie 'Keep' begins production". Indie 'Keep' begins production (Variety). Retrieved 3 August 2011. 
  6. ^ Rapold, Nicolas. "An Affair to Remember, and Put on Screen." New York Times. August 24, 2012. Accessed 2012-08-26.

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