Zachary Levi Biography
Zachary Levi (Zachary Pugh Levi) is an American actor and singer famously known for starring the role of Chuck Bartowski in the TV series Chuck as well as Shazam/Billy Watson in the film Shazam.
In September 2010, he started his company, The Nerd Machine. He is a sports car and motorcycle enthusiast and owns a 2009 Nissan GT-R. Besides that He is an avid gamer, having first played Super Mario Bros and appreciates video games now for their ability to provide interactive stories. His nickname is Zac and his religion is Christianity and not Jewish.
Zachary Levi Age
He was born on September 19, 1980, in Lake Charles, Louisiana, U.S. He is 38 years old as of 2018.
Zachary Levi Height
He stands at a height of 1.91 m.
Zachary Levi Family
He was born a second child to Darrell Alton Pugh and Susy Pugh. He has two sisters; Shekinah Pugh and Sarah Pugh whom he attended Buena High School with. He is of Welsh descent. He lived in several states during his childhood before his family settled in Ventura, California.
He had a passion for acting from his early age of 6 when he started performing as a lead in theatre conducted under the regional productions such as Grease, The Outsiders, Oliver, The Wizard of OZ and the Bug River. Many executives were fascinated by his role as Jesus in Godspell made under Ojha’s production.
Zachary Levi Wife | Dating |Divorce
He married Missy Peregrym, an actress and a retired fashion model, on 14 June 2014. Though they were happy together during the initial stages of their marital life, their marriage didn’t last long as they filed for divorce before the end of 2014. Previously as from January 2008 to January 2010, he was dating Caitlin Crosby, an American singer, and actress. Before this, he was rumored to have hooked up with singer Rachel Taylor in 2007, but he did not confirm those rumors.
He is currently rumored to be dating actress Yvonne Strahovski. The couple was spotted together on various occasions. However, those are only rumors because, since his split from Peregrym, things became very quiet from Levi relationship wise. There were allegations that he is gay since introduced the first gay superhero in both the DC extended Universe and the Marvel Cinematic UniverseHollywood in the movie Shazam which he is starred. He is however not gay.
Zachary Levi Movies And Tv Shows
- Shazam! as Billy Batson / Shazam
- Office Uprising as Adam Nusbaum
- Blood Fest as Himself
- Thor: Ragnarok as Fandral
- The Star as Joseph (voice)
- Thor: The Dark World as Fandral
- Tangled Ever After as Eugene Fitzherbert / Flynn Rider (voice)
- Defeat the Label as Himself
- No Rest For the Wicked: Moebius and Basil Adventures as Moebius
- Byron Phillips: Found as Byron Phillips
- Tangled as Eugene Fitzherbert / Flynn Rider (voice)
- Under the Boardwalk: The Monopoly as Story Narrator
- Stuntmen as Troy Ratowski
- Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel as Toby Seville
- Wieners as Ben
- The Tiffany Problem as Zac
- An American Carol as Lab Tech 1
- Shades of Ray as Ray Rehman
- Spiral as Berkeley
- Ctrl Z as Ben Pillar
- Big Momma’s House 2 as Kevin
- Reel Guerrillas as Evon Schwarz
- The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel as Dr. Benjamin Ettenberg
- Tangled: The Series as Flynn Rider / Eugene Fitzherbert (voice)
- Tangled: Before Ever After as Flynn Rider / Eugene Fitzherbert (voice)
- Alias Grace as Jeremiah Pontelli
- Psych: The Movie Thin as White Duke
- The $100,000 Pyramid as Himself
- Heroes Reborn as Luke Collins
- Geeks Who Drink as Host
- Telenovela James as McMahon
- Hollywood Game Night as Himself
- Remember Sunday as Gus
- 4 Points as Himself
- Robot Chicken as Various voices
- Team Unicorn as Young Lover
- Spike Video Game Awards as Host
- Vietnam in HD as Karl Marlantes (voice)
- Chuck as Chuck Bartowski
- Imperfect Union as Clark
- Worst Week of My Life as Nick
- Brody & Friends as Zac
- The Division as Todd
- Curb Your Enthusiasm as Bellman
- See Jane Date as Grant Asher
- Less than Perfect as Kipp Steadman
- Big Shot: Confessions of a Campus as Bookie Adam
Zachary Levi Songs
- Tonight at Eight
- Good Morning, Good Day
- Where’s My Shoe
- Sounds While Selling
- She Loves Me
- Three Letters
- Mr. Nowack, Will You Please
- The Things I Never Said
- First Impressions
- In Love With You
- Allison’s Theme #2
- Allison’s Theme #1
- The Girl For You
- Something That Will Last
- I See the Light
- I Got a Dream
Zachary Levi Net Worth
From his career, he has acquired an estimated net worth of $12 million. He has bought luxurious houses and cars. His net worth is expected to rise in the coming years as he is set to appear in several current and upcoming movies.
Mandy Moore And Zachary Levi
Mandy More, Joel David Moore, is Zac’s best friend and his business partner with the production company Coattails Entertainment. He performed with Mandy the song I See the Light at the 83rd Academy Awards on February 27, 2011. The song won a Grammy for Best Song Written for Visual Media. He starred with Mandy in Tangled.
Zachary Levi Workout
At the point when Zachary Levi consented to take on Shazam as his next huge job, he basically consented to make the gym his second home. Levi proceeded to clarify that he doesn’t care to keep his routine written in stone, however, he was glad to uncover what a normal day as a superhuman in preparing resembles. “In some cases, we’ll complete two-a-days and afterward increasingly off days,” he said. “Yet, ordinarily, we’ll complete 60 minutes and-fifteen-minute session consistently.”
He gave a comparable record of his initial additions when Variety caught up with him just about a year down the line.”I quickly put on around 24 pounds and after that, we cut that down in about half,” he said. “So I’ve been floating around 215 pounds, and I’m kicking butt and taking names and more grounded and more joyful and more beneficial than I’ve at any point been.”
To be reasonable, the on-screen character has obviously been putting the work into beef up and battle reactions that he’s not sufficiently burdened for the job. Back in October, his companion and clear spotter exhibited the performing artist “kicking [his] ass in the rec center.” He gave an increasingly exact breakdown of his Shazam! calorie tally amid his appearance on Michael Rosenbaum’s web recording. “3,700 calories, at that point with a pack of different enhancements like fish oil, Omega-3s,”
Zachary Levi Thor | Fandral
He stars as Fandral, a member of the Warriors Three, characterized as an irrepressible swashbuckler and romantic, in both Thor: The Dark World and Thor: Ragnarok.
Zachary Levi Shazam
He is a lead star as William “Billy” Batson / Shazam: A boy who was given his powers by an ancient wizard and transforms into an adult with superpowers when he speaks the sorcerer’s name.
Zachary Levi Broadway | She Loves Me
Zachary Levi Alvin And The Chipmunks
He stars as Toby Seville.
Chuck Movie Zachary Levi
He stars a lead role as Chuck Bartowski in this TV series. He stars as an intelligent, but unmotivated, computer service expert in his mid-twenties and works at Buy More, a Burbank, California consumer-electronics chain store.
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Zachary Levi Interview: Shazam At New York Comic Con 2018
Adapted from: screenrant.com
Screen Rant: Welcome to New York Comic Con 2018. I was gonna say San Diego since we were just talking about it.
Zachary Levi: I know! Total Freudian. Not San Diego Comic-Con. New York.
Screen Rant: And you’re no stranger to the convention scene. Obviously. NERD HQ. I love the Nerd HQ stuff that you guys always do. A big fan of it. How are you? How are you feeling at this con? What do you, what do you think of it?
Zach: I feel great. I. I’d only ever been in New York Comic Con one time, kind of in conjunction with Nerd HQ. We did what we called a nerd outpost as opposed to Nerd HQ. We did a little a booth area on the floor in the main floor. That was like back, in when was that? 2013 or something and we did photos for charity, for Op[eration] Smile and some signing and stuff like that and it was lovely, but I was doing a Broadway show at the time and I didn’t really get a chance to go through any of the floors, nor did I do any proper signing or you know, anything in the autograph hall. So this is really kind of my first experience in New York Comic Con and I think Reed Pop puts on a great event and the last couple of days I’ve been down in the autograph hall meeting a lot of fans doing signings, doing photos, blasting my music as I do. I was just trying to curate an experience for everybody and it’s been lovely. And the fans here, I mean I just, I love fans in general show and I love meeting the different types of fans, different energies of fans all over the country in the world. And you know, New York, east coast fans are fantastic.
Screen Rant: Yeah, you’re a great representative for this community, especially with Nerd HQ and what you do. And when you got cast in Shazam, oh man, that was great. That was mind blown. And you look amazing in that suit. That trailer looked great. Talk to me. How difficult is it to play that childlike Billy Batson as a grown man with all these powers?
Zach: Well, I mean as a man child, it’s, it’s kind of second nature. It’s actually quite fun to be able to tap into that. I mean, I’ve always been pretty, I don’t know, exuberant, gregarious, I’m trying to think of other words. I don’t know the definition of… a person, you know. I’ve always been a bit of a Peter Pan. I love fun. I love curating fun. I like experiencing fun. And [‘ve] always been a little, you know, led by my emotions here and there. As teens are want to do. So it was very, you know, I don’t know, it was like riding a bike and a lot of ways. However, I’m also, you know, a 38-year-old man and have lived some life and we tend to, you know, operate very cerebrally the older we get.
And so I found myself in a lot of moments, you know, breaking down a scene or the character and go, okay, what would you know, what would Billy be thinking or doing? And then I started overthinking things and I thought to myself, why Billy wouldn’t be overthinking this by any stretch. So that kind of one of the biggest challenges of it. And then obviously, you know, being in the gym six days a week and eating 4,000 calories a day, which is probably one of the most difficult things I’ve ever done in my life. You, you don’t realize. I mean, by the way, it’s easy to eat 4,000 calories if you’re eating cake and ice cream. But like plain chicken and broccoli and you know, all of the things that are just not the most, you know, exciting things to eat, that’s a difficult thing to put all that in.