He is slated to star as the titular character in the upcoming cable comedy series “Graves.” As for wholesomely pretty and usually but not always blond Miss Bishé, born in New Zealand and raised in New Jersey, she landed on the showbiz radar in 2009 when she turned up to replace Zach Braff as the lead character and narrator on the final season of “Scrubs.” Several small movie roles followed before she scored a plummy supporting role in the three-time Oscar-winning film “Argo” (2012), and she currently co-stars in the AMC series “Halt and Catch Fire,” a well-regarded period drama this property gossip has, quite frankly, neither seen nor heard of before.
Mister Lowell’s airy two-story bachelor pad, purchased in February 2012 for $810,000 and located on the third floor of a classic 19th-century cast iron building, features a closet-sized galley kitchen off the long entrance gallery and a combination living/dining room with 16-foot ceilings, gigantic East-facing windows, and a working fireplace set against an exposed brick wall.
The New Jersey-born Braff speaks like someone who has attended motivational seminars for most of his life. So I’m trying to maximise my time here on Earth and write about that, for people who are interested.”He is returning to the director’s chair after a decade’s absence with his new film Wish I Was Here.
“My thirties went really fast,” he notes, “and I think, if nothing else, I’m really clear on what I want and what I’m looking for and what I want the rest of my life to be about. Fans will be relieved to know that this very “Braffian” point of view has not changed.
To his 1.4 million Twitter followers (and many others), he’ll always either be JD, the intern at Sacred Heart hospital in sitcom of its time.