Hollywood actor Graham Rogers had his career beginnings in the 2010s. He made his film debut in 1313: Haunted Frat and had his first TV appearance in Memphis Beat. He next appeared in the film Struck by Lightning. At the same time, he had his first notable role on the small screen, playing Danny Matheson in 9 episodes of the series Revolution. Following this, he had a role in the movie Crazy Kind of Love. His next role was as Al Jardine in the feature film Love and Mercy.
After this, he played Tyler Stone in the short-lived series Resident Advisors. From 2015 to 2017, he became known for his role as Caleb Haas in the ABC series Quantico. Following this, he started playing the part of Smitty in the Showtime series Ray Donovan. Simultaneously, he guest-starred in Angel Tribeca, Silicon Valley, and played Evan Chapin in Atypical. This year, he plays recurring character Jude in the series The Kominsky Method. Other films are Careful What You Wish For and 1 Mile to You.
The 27-year-old actor was not shy to showcase his ripped physique in the show Quantico. It was also his first role as an actor that required him to increase his physical training in order to play his character more effectively. Playing an FBI trainee, he wanted to have the right figure for it but not overdo it, of course. As for his shirtless scenes on the show, the actor admitted it was stressful for him. He said:
“Usually you know you’re going to have one the night before you shoot. And I stress. To be safe, I might stay away from the pasta or squeeze in an extra workout.” To prepare for his role, he also underwent some other training alongside his fellow cast members, such as flight and gun training. He also worked out more vigorously than his usual routine to make sure that he was on his top shape.