Emily was at the event to promote her new series alongside co-stars Matt Czuchry, Bruce Greenwood, and Manish Dayal. His character, Cary Agos, successfully convicted a man for Murder I, negotiated a raise at the Cook County state’s attorney’s office, and squared off against Blake (Scott Porter), rival of his sometime BFF, Kalinda (Archie Panjabi).It really challenged me." The New Hampshire native joined the cast in season 4, with Logan meeting Rory freshman year at Yale University.
” That could have been cocksure Cary, but I felt like maybe he did feel very alone going to a new job by himself. No, no I’m grateful that on a lot of casts I’ve gained friends for life. I have a small group of friends, and I just, uh, feel fulfilled by the people that are in my life. The main thing is that the “C” is silent, so it kind of starts with a “Z.” Z-O-O-K-RIE. "The pace of the dialogue was what made that show incredibly unique, and also incredibly difficult as an actor.To be able to maintain that speed, tone, and at the same time, try to make layered choices was a great experience to have early in my career.So I made it a moment of genuine want, and the writers, thankfully, liked that choice. What will happen to their friendship now that the state attorney’s office is investigating Kalinda? You’ll see him taking it upon himself to protect her. I liked that one episode in the first season when he was on mushrooms with the girl. His father, Andrew Czuchry, is a professor at East Tennessee State University, and his mother, Sandra, is a homemaker. Czuchry graduated with honors in 1999 from the College of Charleston with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Political Science. Czuchry had a recurring guest role on the CBS drama Hack and starred in the pilot of UPN’s Jake 2.0.