Manhattan Romance with Tom O'Brien
33 Variations with Jane Fonda Broadway
Man and Boy Broadway
Ride with the Devil with Jewel Kilcher and Donna Thomason
J. Edgar with Josh Lucas
Fight Club with Edward Norton
24 with Dennis Haysbert
Uncle Vanya with Marin Hinckle Yale Repertory Theater
Storefront Church Atlantic Theater
ART Chicago's Royal George Theater with Michael Gross and Colin Stinton
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His film credits extend back to the cult classics “A Shock to the System," starring Michael Caine, and Mike Figgis’s “Liebestraum." More mainstream film credits include “Tommy Boy," “Twister," and “Donnie Brasco." He has been privileged to work with some of the great film directors of our time: with David Fincher on “Fight Club” and “Zodiac," Ang Lee on “Ride with the Devil," and Clint Eastwood on “J. Edgar." Zach will be appearing in Matt Ruskin's upcoming film, "Crown Heights."
A familiar presence to television, screen and stage audiences, Zach was seen this summer on CBS's political satire, "BrainDead". For seven seasons he porteayed the ethically-challenged family lawyer, David Lee on the CBS series "The Good Wife." His other series regular roles include the highly-praised “C16:FBI” on ABC and “Touching Evil" on USA Network. Zach has recurred in many other acclaimed shows, including Fox's “24," playing the fixer Carl Webb, and HBO's “Deadwood," playing Andy Cramed, the gambler who brought the plague to town. He joined Bill Nighy and Christopher Walken in “Turks and Caicos,” the second installment of David Hare’s BBC thriller, “The Worricker Trilogy."
Zach takes every opportunity to return to stage work. He was nominated for a Tony Award® for his portrayal of Beethoven in Moisés Kaufman’s “33 Variations”, starring Jane Fonda, and for a Lucille Lortel Award for his performance in John Patrick Shanley’s “Storefront Church” at the Atlantic Theater Company. His portrayal of Dick Cheney in David Hare’s “Stuff Happens” at the New York Shakespeare Festival was recognized with an Ensemble Award by the Drama Desk. He has twice shared the Roundabout Theatre Company’s Broadway stage with Frank Langella, in Robert Bolt’s “A Man for All Seasons” and Terrence Rattigan’s “Man and Boy." He worked with another legendary performer, Julie Harris, in Tim Mason’s “The Fiery Furnace” at Circle Repertory Theatre. He originated the role of Dr. Chapman in David Rabe’s “A Question of Mercy” at New York Theatre Workshop, a performance that earned him an Outstanding Artist honor from the Drama League. His first Broadway credit was Larry Gelbart's "Mastergate," in which he had no lines, but played all four lawyers: Mr. Child, Mr. Picker, Mr. Boyle and Mr. Carver.
On Roundabout's production of Terence Rattigan's play, "Man and Boy," and working with Frank Langella.
Working in the three mediums.
Discussing Karen Malpede's play, "Extreme Whether."
Interview with Zach, Moisés Kaufman and Dr. William Kinderman about Mr. Kaufman’s “33 Variations” Los Angeles production starring Jane Fonda (video).
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