Geoffrey Arend Bio, Age, Wife, Movies, Impressions, Madam Secretary

Geoffrey Arend Biography

Geoffrey Arend is an American film, television, voice and theater actor known best for his role as Ethan Gross on the ABC drama series Body of Proof. He currently plays Matt Mahoney in the CBS political drama series Madam Secretary.

Geoffrey Arend Age

He was born on February 28, 1978, in Manhattan, New York City, U.S. He is 41 years old as of 2019.

Geoffrey Arend Height

He stands at a height of 1.9 m.

Geoffrey Arend Family | Young

His father is of German and English ancestry and his mother is Pakistani. The exact details about his parents’ names and his siblings’ details if any is not available.

Geoffrey Arend Photo

He attended Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts and graduated in 1996.

Geoffrey Arend Wife

He married Christina Hendricks on October 11, 2009, and during an interview, he said that the two are not planning to have children.

Geoffrey Arend Movies And Tv Shows

Year

Title

Role

2016

The Angry Birds Movie

Day Care Teacher (voice)

2014

Beach Pillows

Morgan Midwood

Worst Friends

Jeremy

2012

Save the Date

Kevin

2011

Quirky Girl

2010

Peep World

Dr. Novak

Devil

Vince McCormick

2009

Paper Tigers

Meu

(500) Days of Summer

McKenzie

2008

She Pedals Fast (For a Girl)

Catcaller

An American Carol

Mohammed

2007

Loveless in Los Angeles

Ryan

Killing Zelda Sparks

Terry Seville

2006

National Lampoon’s Pledge This!

Dax / Mother / Photographer

2005

Press to Say 2

Temp Agent (voice)

The Ringer

Winston

2004

Garden State

Karl Benson

2003

It Runs in the Family

Malik

A Tale of Two Pizzas

Johnny

2001

Super Troopers

College Boy 3

Bubble Boy

Flipper Boy

Television

Year

Title

Role

2017

American Dad!

Tony Perotti

2016

Dream Corp, LLC

Patient #086 (voice)

2014–present

Madam Secretary

Matt Mahoney

2014

Grey’s Anatomy

Thom

Garfunkel & Oates

Todd

2013

Neil’s Puppet Dreams

DJ

2011–2013

Body of Proof

Ethan Gross

2010

Medium

Andy Seward

The Closer

Wayne West

2009

Trust Me

Hector Culligan

Rex

Jeffrey Wagstaff

Private Practice

Jimmy

2008

Greek

Egyptian Joe

2007

Making It Legal

Ethan

2006

Love Monkey

Kyle

2005

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Game Designer

2004

Law & Order: Criminal Intent

Daris Macelvoy

The Wrong Coast

Various Celebrity Voices

2003

Hey Joel

David Faustino / Intercom Voice / Moby (voice)

Guiding Light

Gavin Strong / The Mole (voice)

Law & Order

Jeffrey

2002

Undeclared

Jimmy

Is It College Yet?

Charles ‘Upchuck’ Ruttheimer III (voice)

Porn ‘n Chicken

Andy

1997–2001

Daria

Charles ‘Upchuck’ Ruttheimer III (voice)

Video Games

Year

Title

Role

2008

Grand Theft Auto IV

The Crowd of Liberty City

2007

Manhunt 2

The Legion

2006

Neverwinter Nights 2

Cain, Githyanki Lieutenant, Vashne

2005

The Warriors

Hi Hat

2004

Red Dead Revolver

Mr. Black, Prof. Perry, Cowboys #6

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

Pedestrian

2000

Daria’s Inferno

Charles ‘Upchuck’ Ruttheimer III, Degas Street patrons

Geoffrey Arend Net Worth

From his career, he has acquired an estimated net worth of around $1 million.

Geoffrey Arend Super Troopers

He stars as College Boy 3.

Geoffrey Arend Garden State

He stars as Karl Benson.

Geoffrey Arend Bubble Boy

He stars as Flipper Boy.

Geoffrey Arend Devil

He stars as Vince McCormick.

Geoffrey Arend Body Of Proof

He stars as Ethan Gross.

Geoffrey Arend Impressions

He does voices/impressions of other celebs like  Al Pacino, Chris Walken, Scooby Doo,

Geoffrey Arend Christopher Walken

Geoffrey Arend Interview

Interview with Geoffrey Arend

Adapted from: mediamikes.com

Mike Gencarelli: You started your career as the stoner in “Super Troopers”, how did you get the role?
Geoffrey Arend: It’s funny this guy, Pete Lengyel, who is the Executive Producer on the movie, saw me in a play like two years before. He remembered me for two years and tracked down the pizzeria that I was working at in New York. He called me up like three or four times. Finally, I called him back, I was like “Why is this creep calling me, who is this guy? He asked me to come and audition, which was pretty wild. I do not even think the casting director liked me, but the Broken Lizard guys did. Pete said, “I am funding the movie, hire this kid!”. I only had one day on set for the first scene. They ended up calling us back then for the scene at the end. That first day was so fantastic, I have never been on a movie set before, it was pretty wild.

Mike Gencarelli: You stole the show in “The Ringer”, tell us about working on that film?
Geoffrey Arend: It was great. The Special Olympics were part of that movie, so half the cast was handicapped in some way. I have never had an experience like that before. I might have one or two great lines in the movie. For the most part, I didn’t really have a part. Barry Blaustein, who directed it hired me. The movie was supposed to be made three years before it was made because I remember auditioning for it. When I auditioned in front of Barry, we were going through the script and at some point, I was in character and I threw the script down in frustration. Barry is a funny guy, he used to write jokes for Eddie Murphy on SNL. Barry started asking me questions and I stayed in character and I started answering all of the questions. I was improving the whole thing for like five minutes. He called up and said “There are a couple of holes in the movie I want you to fill.

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