At my age, those are the things you are always talking aboutBraff confesses to possible depression Jan 14, 2007
I'm not sure if it's my last season or if it was my last season, if the show would go on without me. There are so many variables. We're not even on the air yet. The network hasn't decided (where to put us.) They're waiting for their other shows to bomb before they put us on the airBraff unsure of 'Scrubs' future Sep 13, 2006
We're doing it for us now, and the fans, obviouslyBraff unsure of 'Scrubs' future Sep 13, 2006
It is weird to be doing all of these shows and having none of them air'Scrubs' cast felt 'dissed' by NBC Dec 29, 2005
The show is the ideal gig because we do it seven months out of the yearBraff to direct, produce after 'Scrubs' Jul 28, 2004
Zachary Israel "Zach" Braff (born April 6, 1975) is an American actor, screenwriter, producer and director. Braff first became known in 2001 for his role as Dr. John Dorian on the television series Scrubs. He has been nominated for an Emmy Award and three Golden Globe Awards for his work on Scrubs.
In 2004, Braff made his directorial debut with Garden State, a coming of age film. Braff returned to his home state New Jersey to shoot the film, which was produced for $2.5 million. The film made over $35 million at the box office and was praised by critics. Braff wrote the film, starred in it, and compiled the soundtrack record, for which he won a Grammy Award for Best Soundtrack Album in 2005.
Braff was born in South Orange, New Jersey, to a Jewish family. His parents, Hal Braff, a trial attorney and sociology professor, and Anne Brodzinsky, a clinical psychologist, divorced and re-married others during Braff's childhood. One of his siblings, Joshua, is an author. Braff has wanted to be a filmmaker since his early childhood and has described it as his "life dream." Braff was diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder at age 10.