07:47 AM EDT 11/28/2014
Originally posted 08/20/2011 04:45PM
Former Scrubs star Donald Faison and longtime girlfriend Cacee Cobb are engaged, PEOPLE has confirmed.
The news was first spread by Faison's Scrubs costar Zach Braff, who Tweeted: "Congrats to @donald_faison and @caceecobb on their engagement. Just wish I was there to run around you both with sparklers."
For his part, Faison Tweeted Friday night, "If you like it then you better put a Ring on it. –Beyonce," with Cobb replying, "If she likes it then she better say YES!!"
Originally posted 04/20/2010 11:15AM
Jessica Alba, Brooke Shields, Alicia Keys and America Ferrera have been summoned to jury duty – for New York's Tribeca Film Festival.
Joining them on the judging panel will be Zach Braff, Aaron Eckhart, Justin Bartha, Selma Blair, Peter Facinelli, Cheryl Hines and Whoopi Goldberg.
Their civic duty to the independent film community involves being holed up in screening rooms and together choosing their favorite entries – with 12 narrative films and 12 documentaries competing for $100,000 in cash prizes.
Originally posted 11/11/2008 01:05PM
Originally posted 09/21/2008 09:00AM
Feeling sentimental about their show Scrubs wrapping its eighth season last week in Los Angeles, series regular Donald Faison tells PEOPLE he will miss his good friend – and costar – Zach Braff.
"It's very rare," Faison, 34, says of his relationship with Braff, 33. "Zach and I are both very lucky. I think our bromance is probably one of the strongest in Hollywood. At least I can say ours is real."
Originally posted 05/04/2008 02:40PM
Scrubs star Zach Braff is expanding his filmmaking prowess with plans to shoot a music video for the song "Know When to Walk Away" by his friend Jay Clifford (formerly of Jump Little Children). The actor has even created a Web site for fans to download the song and videotape themselves performing it. Braff plans to incorporate the best submissions into the video.
"I've been looking for a way to collaborate with creative people all over the world," Braff tells PEOPLE. "There have been videos where many people lip synch a song, but I have yet to see anyone wrangle the resources of the YouTube revolution into one unified thing. I have no idea if it will work, but that's part of the fun."
Originally posted 06/25/2007 04:45PM
Zach Braff wants his fans to know that reports of his jerkishness are greatly exaggerated.
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