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Zachary Quinto Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Jun 2, 1977
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

Handsome American actor Zachary Quinto clocked in as an almost constant small-screen presence from the early 2000s onward. A number of his roles constituted extremely memorable ones: he was chilling as Sylar, the mutant psychopath with a flair for mutilating his victims' gray matter, in the superhero-themed NBC fantasy-drama [[Feature~V358376~Heroes~heroes[tvseries]]], and (on a wholly different note) lent an undercurrent of necessary gravitas to his portrayal of God (among other actors playing the role) on the cult favorite [[Feature~V295557~Joan of Arcadia~joanofarcadia[tvseries]]]. Quinto also helped federal agent Jack Bauer prevent the spread of a deadly plague in [[Feature~V296819~season three~24:season03]] of the blockbuster Fox drama [[Feature~V257810~24~24[tvseries]]], but left the series thereafter. In 2007, Quinto signed for his first major cinematic role, and a plum one at that: a portrayal of a young Mr. Spock in the 11th installment of the popular franchise, released to U.S. theaters in May 2009 and directed by [[Feature~V315149~Lost~lost[tvseries]]] co-creator [[Performer~P240910~J.J. Abrams~jjabrams]]. The film was a smash hit, bringing Quinto much public attention. In 2011 he had a major role in the Oscar-nominated drama Margin Call, and he joined the cast of American Horror Story that same year. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi