Troy Garity was bornon 7 July 1973 in Los Angeles, California, United States, American, is Actor. Troy Garity is an American actor who found fame with the television film ‘Soldier’s Girl’. Born to a globally acclaimed actor mother and politician father, Garity always had a first-hand experience of the world of showbiz and he soon realized his real calling lay in acting. So, without delaying any further, Garity enrolled himself in acting and theatre classes since an early age. His career as a professional actor started in 1979 but it was the 2000 flick ‘Steal The Movie!’ that brought him attention and limelight. Ironically, he played the reel life version of his real life dad. His performance in the 2003 television film ‘Soldier’s Girl’ got him the desired breakthrough of his career and thereafter his career got a big fillip. He was seen playing the spectacular role of Isaac Rosenberg in the trilogy of the ‘Barbershop’ films. Films apart, Garity has done several television series as well. Other than acting, he is an active campaigner like his parents.
As of 2017, his current project includes reprising his role of Jason in ‘Ballers’, an HBO comedy drama television series running in its third season
In 2013, he also appeared in neo-noir action crime thriller film, 'Gangster Squad' and in TV series 'Elementary'
In 2011, he played Agent Edward Kipton in an episode of ‘Hawaii Five-0’
2009 was a busy year for Garity with three films and a guest appearance in the famed television medical drama ‘House’
His other two projects for 2008 include ‘Winged Creatures’ and ‘A Cat’s Tale’
In 2007, he was seen playing the role of Harvey in the Danny Boyle/Alex Garland film ‘Sunshine’
In 2003, Garity’s big ticket to fame, recognition and stardom came with the television film, Soldier’s Girl’
The 2002 film ‘Barbershop’ proved to be the breakthrough film of his career
It was in 2000 that Troy secured himself a place in mainstream cinema
After an uncredited role in the film ‘On Golden Pond’ in 1981, Garity played the minor role of a bartender on the television movie ‘The Cherokee Kid’ in 1996 and followed it up with the role of an inter in ‘Conspiracy Theory’
In 1974, Troy Garity first gave a shot in front of the camera for the documentary film, ‘Introduction to the Enemy’ where he starred as himself
He was seen in the American biographical film ‘Steal This Movie!’ The film was based on the radical figure of the 1960s and founder of Yippies, Abbie Hoffman