Hollywood actor Zachary Quinto debuted on television in the early 2000s. He had his first TV appearance on The Others. He later guest-starred on a variety of shows before landing the role of Adam Kaufman on 24. He next starred on the short-lived sitcom So Notorious in 2006. From 2006 to 2010, he gained mainstream prominence for his role as Sylar in the NBC series Heroes. While on the show, he pursued a film career with his debut as in 2009’s Star Trek as Spock. He later had roles in the films Margin Call, Girl Walks into a Bar, and What’s Your Number?
He later reprised his role as Spock in Star Trek Into Darkness and Star Trek Beyond. He also starred in the action film Hitman: Agent 47, as well as in the biographical film I Am Michael. In 2016, he portrayed Glenn Greenwald in the biographical thriller movie Snowden. More recently, he starred in the films Aardvark, Who We Are Now, and Hotel Artemis. In the 2010s, he also starred as Chad Warwick on American Horror Story: Murder House and Oliver Thredson on American Horror Story: Asylum. Following this, he starred on the NBC miniseries The Slap.
The 41-year-old actor takes care of his body and overall health by eating healthily and working out. For his role as Spock in the Star Trek films, he also upped his workout regimen to improve his physique. For his role, not only did he need to gain muscles, he also needed to increase his strength and agility. Recalling the training he did for the role, he said: “There was a group of us who did sort of a Star Trek boot camp in preparation for some of the physical scenes we would be doing. That changed my routine because it gave me more structure than my own physical workout regimen. This summer, I’d like to get back to that. I will go to the gym as much as possible and do a lot of yoga.”