Matt Czuchry and Alexis Bledel were in an on-screen matchup.. On Screen Matchups. Matt Czuchry and Alexis Bledel were in Gilmore Girls (2000) together.. About. Matt Czuchry is a 43 year old American Actor. Born Matthew Charles Czuchry on 20th May, 1977 in Manchester, New Hampshire, USA, he is famous for Logan Huntzberger on Gilmore Girls. To help get some in-character clarity on the controversial tryst, ET caught up with stars Alexis Bledel and Matt Czuchry at the Gilmore Girls premiere event and asked them for their thoughts on ... Relationships. Alexis Bledel has been in relationships with John Paul (2010 - 2011), Milo Ventimiglia (2002 - 2006) and Jared Padalecki (2000 - 2002).. About. Alexis Bledel is a 38 year old American Actress. Born Kimberly Alexis Bledel on 16th September, 1981 in Houston, Texas, USA, she is famous for Rory on Gilmore Girls. Matt Czuchry has dated pretty popular faces over the past few years. But who is he dating at present? Is he single? Find out about his past relationships, dating history with Alexis Bledel and everything you would want to know about him. Scroll down if you wanna find out. Who is Matt Czuchry dating? Matt Czuchry is currently dating Archie Panjabi. The couple started dating in 2007 and have been together for around 13 years, 5 months, and 3 days. The American TV Actor was born in Manchester, NH on May 20, 1977. Played the arrogant character Logan on the television series Gilmore Girls alongside Alexis Bledel. Everyone knows by now that Alexis Bledel, who plays Rory Gilmore on Gilmore Girls, dated her onscreen boyfriend in real life.Her relationship with Milo Ventimiglia, who played her bad-boy love ... The release of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life has fanson thefence about the relationship between Rory (Alexis Bledel) and her former flame Logan (Matt Czuchry). Though the pair reconnect in the ...
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|How did you see Logan Huntzberger and Cary Agos in the beginning?||Gilmore Girls - I looked at Logan as somebody who would challenge Rory. And push her to new adventures in her life. In terms of Cary, I saw him as somebody who is incredibly passionate about the law and cases and having majored in history and political science, that was something that spoke to me.|
|What did you see in them that you could identify with and felt you could play?||There's a lot of influences to mention over the course of both of those series. But the power is really in the choices you make between "action" and "Cut!" as an actor.|
|what influence did/do you have in the evolution of these characters?||And in that subtext, creating layers that go beyond what's on the page.|
|What did you want to achieve in your final episode of Gilmore Girls?||In the final episode of Gilmore Girls, I wanted to capture that Logan loved Rory, and although they both might not be quite ready to get married, just like in "I Jump, You Jump, Jack" there was that feeling of let's take a leap and see if the net appears.|
|Thanks so much for your response. It helps easy the unrest I have felt about his story arch all these years! I'd be fascinated to know more about your choices as an actor in filling in between the lines of a script. What do you see in both of these characters that may not have come from the script, but felt natural for you to play out through them?||With Cary in season 1, he was highly competitive, and I wanted to try to find a vulnerable side to him as well. And in season 6, when he was put in prison, I wanted to show in that arc that he was crumbling but at the same time, had strength. So trying to find those layers in the right moments was part of the fun in creating a full performance.|
|I've been a fan of yours since you played Logan on Gilmore Girls, and you are probably 90% of the reason I started watching The Good Wife.||Well, GILMORE GIRLS was really early in my career. So it was an incredible learning process in terms of just the basics - hitting your mark, finding your light, and of course, the speed of the dialogue - THE GOOD WIFE I came on from the beginning of the show, so to go through the pilot getting picked up for 13 episodes, and now having done well over 100 episodes, makes those two experiences quite a bit different. In terms of GILMORE GIRLS, there was an episode called "I Jump, You Jump, Jack" and I was terrified of heights - I am terrified of heights - so that jump, the fear is real.|
|I got a tattoo based off of this exact scene, because it is so awesome. So - well done. Thanks for answering my question and hanging out with this today! Edit: Tattoo link since it's been requested.||Ready for All Things is a great way to live!|
|Can you share an anecdote or two about your stint in Friday Night Lights? I'm curious about how you thought of your character and storyline (a born again Christian). Thanks!||Well, I watched that show in season 1, and absolutely loved it.|
|I would text my friends saying OH MAN, I wish I could be on this show!|
|And then season 2, an audition came up, and thankfully I got the job, and it's one of the best jobs I had in my 15 year career.|
|In terms of the character, there is a scene where I had to give a sermon in front of a live church and I had somebody come up to me afterwards and say "We thought you were a guest pastor!" So that was a pretty great compliment.|
|I know acting is a job, but when my wife and I recognized you in The Good Wife, we were slightly taken back; that was how effective your performance in FNL was. (And now we know we weren't the only ones).||Thank you so much for the beautiful compliment.|
|I've loved you in Gilmore Girls & The Good Wife. In the past seasons of The Good Wife which are your favorite scenes to date. What are your guilty pleasures that no one really knows about you. What are your favorite cities you would like to visit? Hint: I'm from Seattle.||In terms of THE GOOD WIFE favorite scenes - episode 1 this season, where Cary was in jail, there's a scene where Cary gets his hand sliced open - that was one of my favorites. Also there's an episode called "The Trial" this season and I loved that cliffhanger where Cary says "Yes, your honor, I'd like to plead guilty!"|
|I just finished binge-rewatching Gilmore Girls on Netflix last night and I was reminded again how much I disliked how the show handled Logan's exit. I know it's been 8 years or so for you but what did you think/how did you feel about how your character was written out of the show? Do you think Logan would have come back if the show had continued?||I actually liked how Rory refused Logan's proposal. I feel that the show is about 2 strong independent women, and that refusal captures the heart of the show. And I don't think it was personal to Logan. I just think it was the right decision for Rory regardless of who her boyfriend was. Even at the wrap party, there were talks that the show was gonna come back, and that I would have come back to have been a part of that. But nothing was ever set in stone.|
|Are you a fan of musicals? And have you ever asked Christine Baranski to sing Sondheim?||Christine Baranski is amazing. I love working with her. I love that relationship between Cary and Diane, and I hope we get to see more of that in season 7! Christine is always singing in the hallways, and at our wrap parties, I actually sang a song with her - it wasn't Sondheim, but I did sing a song with her! And yeah, it was awesome, although my singing left something to be desired.|
|While on the subject, what is it like to work with Christine? I hope we get to see Cary and Diane teaming up more in court next season.||But Christine was great, as always.|
|What was your favorite role, and why was it Logan on Gilmore Girls? Also, did you actually jump off of the wall in the episode with the Life and Death brigade outing?||Logan was one of my favorite characters. But I also love the character I played in FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS, and I did an episode of an animated show, called JUSTICE LEAGUE, and that was a great job... and there were two levels of the platform, and Alexis and I jumped off the lower level, not the highest level.|
|Gah I absolutely love your work - I re-watch Gilmore Girl so often, and I am hooked on The Good Wife!! Do you have any standout stories/anecdotes about working with Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel on GG?||We did an episode "A Vineyard Valentine" and we shot that in Malibu. That episode stands out for me, because all 3 of us just loved being in Malibu, filming on the beach. I remember during one lunch break, I took a walk and there was a sea lion who kept going up and down in the water, following me along the way. So that was a unique episode for me to be a part of with Alexis and Lauren.|
|Are you looking forward to the Gilmore Girls reunion at ATX?||I am! The fans have been so passionate about the show for so many years - so to be able to be there, and interact with the fans, is a treat for me. And hopefully for the fans as well.|
|And I'm also excited to see ALL the cast - and to tell Amy Sherman-Palladino that she created a great character in Logan.|
|Is this going to be the first time you've gotten together with any of them?||I saw Amy Sherman-Palladino and her husband Dan on the street in New York probably about 3 years ago? And we had a quick chat and catch-up. But yes, this will be the first time we've been together since we wrapped in 2007, and for some, even longer!|
|Who has been your favorite guest star to work with and who would be a dream guest star?||And it would probably be one of my friends to be the dream guest star. I'll just leave it at that.|
|Where do you hope Cary ends up at the end of the final season of TGW?||Being still in the middle of the show, I'd rather not say at this point. I think that one of the overarching arcs of all 6 seasons has been that he went from a boy to a man. So certainly there will be a new sense of confidence in him at the end of the series, compared to who he was in the beginning.|
|What was it like filming Gilmore Girls ?||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.|
|It really challenged me.|
|Hi Matt! I find Cary a fascinating character because he's introduced to us as the classic overly entitled ivy leaguer but then we find out his upbringing wasn't really all that great and that his family turned its back on him. That paired with all Cary has been through in the past 6 years, what do you think of how the writers have turned this character on his head? and will Cary ever catch a break? Edit: grammar.||Part of my backstory that I sent to the writers had to do with Cary's family being less supportive than you might think. So I'm happy that the writers have woven that into Cary's arc, over the course of the last 6 seasons. I think oftentimes where Cary shines is in the courtroom, and protecting his clients, and I think he'll continue to catch breaks in that way. But oftentimes, personal lives are muddy, and I think that reflects life.|
|Would you consider your role as Tucker Max as when you finally became a household name?||Sometimes in the same day, I'll get recognized for Logan in Gilmore Girls, Tucker Max in I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell, and Cary from THE GOOD WIFE.|
|The fans don't always overlap between those projects, which is exciting for me. Because I know I'm reaching different people through my work.|
|What's your favorite ice cream flavor?||Well, there is a sundae at Friendly's called the "Reese's Pieces Sundae." And it has vanilla ice cream, chocolate syrup, peanut butter, marshmallow creme, whipped cream, and Reese's Pieces on top.|
|And i still love 'em to this day.|
|Hi! How was working on Friday night lights and Gilmore girls??? I loved you in both!!! Thanks for doing this ama!||FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS - there was a lot of creative freedom for the actors, because a lot of the scenes were nearly 100% improv'd. And Gilmore Girls was one of my first big jobs as an actor, so there was always a perpetual excitement that will always stay with me.|
|How did you get on Young Americans? Did you audition or did they seek you out?||I auditioned for that job.|
|But there was a casting director named Jason Wood who cast me in a movie prior to YOUNG AMERICANS, and he brought my name to the creators of YOUNG AMERICANS. So thank you Jason! And thank you Steven and Joe.|
Matt Czuchry talks about his relationship with Alexis Bledel off screen