Michael Rady is an American actor who rose to prominence after appearing in the comedy-drama film ‘The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants’ which was also his debut in the show business. Rady was nominated at the Teen Choice Awards in two separate categories, including ‘Choice Movie Breakout Performance – Male,’ for his part in the film. He also appeared in the sequel of the movie three years later. He has found numerous opportunities on television since his breakthrough in the show business in the mid-2000s and has appeared in more than 20 television shows and television movies so far. He appeared in the series ‘Swingtown’ as ‘Doug Stephens’ in one of his more prominent roles. Later, he appeared in lead roles in TV shows like ‘Greek’ and ‘Melrose Place’. He also appeared in the drama television show ‘The Mentalist’. Rady was one of the lead actors in shows like ‘Emily Owens M.D.’ and ‘Intelligence’. He played one of the agents in Clint Eastwood directorial venture ‘J. Edgar’ as well.
- Michael Rady made his debut in the 2005 American comedy-drama film ‘The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants’ as ‘Kostas’. He appeared alongside ‘Amber Tamblyn’, Alexis Bledel’, ‘America Ferrera’, and Blake Lively, all of whom portrayed the lead characters in the film. Rady’s performance in the film was praised highly by the audience as well as the critics. He picked up two nominations at the 2005 Teen Choice Awards for Choice Movie Breakout Performance – Male and Choice Movie Love Scene, which he shared with fellow actress Alexis Bledel.Rady made his debut on television a year later in 2006 after accepting the role of ‘Jason’ in ‘Sleeper Cell’. Later, he appeared in guest roles in shows like ‘CSI: NY’ and ‘ER’. In 2008, Rady was offered the role of ‘Doug Stephens’ in the CBS series ‘Swingtown’, which he was part of for 13 episodes. In the same year, he picked up another prominent role, ‘Max Tyler’, in the ABC comedy-drama series ‘Greek’. He played the role for 14 episodes between 2008 and 2009.Rady appeared in the role of ‘Kostas’ in the sequel of the 2005 drama film ‘The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants’ in 2008. The film was much liked by the audience and Rady further established his credentials as an actor. Between 2009 and 2011, Michael Rady portrayed the role of 'Jonah Miller’ in the CW drama show, ‘Melrose Place,’ which was a reboot of the 1990s Fox series of the same title. He was part of the show for 18 episodes. Rady has appeared in many television shows as a guest actor and has also played small parts in shows like ‘Castle‘, ‘The Mentalist’, ‘House of Lies’, and ‘Jane the Virgin’.Rady appeared in Clint Eastwood’s directorial biographical drama film ‘J. Edgar’ (2011), which also featured actors like Leonardo DiCaprio, Armie Hammer, Naomi Watts, Judi Dench, and Josh Lucas. He played one of the lead characters, ‘Micah Barnes’, in the American medical drama series ‘Emily Owens M.D.’ in 2012-13. He picked up another lead role in the 2014 cyber-themed action series ‘Intelligence’ as ‘Chris Jameson’. The show, however, was canceled after just one season. He recently appeared in the sci-fi time travel series ‘Timeless’ as ‘Nicholas Keynes’ in the second season in 2018.Recommended Lists:
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- Michael Rady was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on August 20, 1981. He married actress Rachael Kemery on 22 May 2010. He has three children with her. Their first child, son Ellington, was born on July 12, 2012, followed by the birth of their second son, August, in 2014. Their youngest child, daughter Olivia June, was born in September 2016.He is a vegan and likes surfing and gardening in his free time.Recommended Lists:
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