American actor, director, screenwriter, producer
Zachary Israel Braff (born April 6, 1975) is a Grammy Award-winning American television and film actor, director, screenwriter, and producer. He came to fame during the early 2000s with his role as J. D. on the NBC sit-com Scrubs.
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- I've been learning a lot about myself from reading about all the stuff I've been up to, not based on any form of truth. I lead a pretty boring life — I sit at home, I'm on the Internet, I eat cereal — that's a typical night for me.
I read online about all the places I've been out partying and all the women I've been out partying with. I'm like, "Wow, I should probably go to that place. It sounds like fun. It sounds like I had a good time there." I'm kind of jealous of the life I'm supposedly leading.
- In an appearance on the The Late Show With David Letterman, as quoted in "Zach Braff laughs off tabloid rumours" at Digital Spy (31 August 2006).
- As a Jew I think it's really important to come to this place. There is such a tremendous sense of community, tremendous bond for obvious reasons. I don't know if Israelis have a sense of it because they live here, but I love it.
- On visiting Israel. Ha'aretz (Nov. 24, 2008).
- But don't worry... only yours is right.
- Replying to a tweet stating "There are almost 5,000 gods being worshipped by humanity."