Quick with a quip and overflowing with manic energy, this stage-trained actor boasts a goofy appeal. After making his film debut in the little-seen 1999 indie Coming Soon, Roday worked on New York stages before turning to the small screen. Although his wit and charm made him a natural for TV, he suffered through a string of flops (Ryan Caulfield: Year One, Miss Match, First Years) before finding his niche as an amateur detective posing as a psychic on the cable crimedy Psych. He also branched out into mainstream movies, appearing as the pompous, racecar-driving villain in the big-screen adaptation of The Dukes of Hazzard and cowriting the 2006 horror flick Skinwalkers.
- Was a high-school quarterback, but later dropped sports to focus on acting.
- Father was a military man who organized VIP visits and escorted luminaries, including Jimmy Carter.
- Was named one of People magazine's 100 Most Beautiful People in 2007.
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- New York University, New York, New York, United States