8 Things You Didn’t Know About Zach Gilford

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Zach Gilford has appeared in a variety of projects, including films, television shows, and, on at least one occasion, a Taylor Swift music video. Here are 8 facts about him that you may not know.

Zach Gilford
Zach Gilford

8 Things You Didn’t Know About Zach Gilford

1. First Feature Film

Gilford’s first role in a feature film was in “The Last Winter,” which was a thriller with horror elements.

Zach Gilford in The Last Winter
Zach Gilford in The Last Winter

2. Performs his Own Stunts

The actor does the majority of his stunts and all of his sports scenes himself and it’s clearly seen in all his movies that he has done a great job doing it.

3. Best Performance

He got huge praise for his performance as “Matt Saracen” in “Friday Night Lights”. It is a hit TV series by NBC sports drama. [1]

4. Played Football

Zach used to play football during his high school days but unfortunately, he broke his leg while playing a football match one day.

5. Led Mountaineering

Besides being a good actor he had also been a good guide for tourists as he has led ice climbing, hiking, and diving trips in New Zealand, Australia, and Alaska.

6. Loves His Pet

It seems like the actor really loves his pet dog as per his Instagram post in which he captioned, “Nothing makes night shoots better than when you’re dog comes to set”.

7. Awards

He has many “Gold Derby Awards” in his credit for his outstanding performance in “Friday night lights”. Also, he got nominated for “Gotham Awards” for best ensemble performance in “The Last Winter” and many other awards are also in his credit.

8. Producer

Not just as an actor but he has done a great job as a producer too. In 2017 he produced his series named “Lifeline” which receives great success.

References

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