07:16 AM EDT 04/17/2014
Originally posted 04/24/2006 06:00AM
Mandy Moore has kept quiet on the subject of her relationship with Zach Braff – until now. "Things are great. I'm really happy ? very happy," she told us about her beau at a private dinner at New York City's La Esquina Caf´ where she was honored for being Cosmopolitan magazine's May cover girl. In fact, Moore credited her radiant glow to being in love – and some good health habits. "I eat (small meals) five times a day. I work out with a trainer – I love Pilates, I do yoga. I try a little bit of everything because I'm not naturally athletic so I have to really motivate myself."
Originally posted 04/14/2006 06:00AM
Though they've been hush-hush about their relationship, Mandy Moore and Zach Braff were clearly coupled up during a recent evening out at West Hollywood club Privilege two days before her 22nd birthday on April 10.
Originally posted 07/28/2005 03:00PM
Despite rumors that they've split, Scrubs star Zach Braff and Mandy Moore made quite a cozy couple last weekend in the Catskills, where they celebrated the 30th anniversary of Stagedoor Manor, a theater camp that Braff, 30, and Moore, 21, attended separately as kids, PEOPLE reports in its latest issue.
Originally posted 01/14/2005 09:00AM
NOMINATED: The Writers Guild, which is said to mirror Oscar sentiments, has announced its 57th annual best screenplay nominations – and some well-known faces made the cut, including Scrubs star Zach Braff, Ethan Hawke, Julie Delpy and Tina Fey. In the adapted screenplay category, actors Delpy and Hawke and director Richard Linklater were nominated for Before Sunset, alongside Tina Fey for Mean Girls, Paul Haggis for Million Dollar Baby, Jose Rivera for The Motorcycle Diaries and director Alexander Payne and Jim Taylor for Sideways. In the best original screenplay category, it's Zach Braff for Garden State, John Logan for The Aviator, Keir Pearson and Terry George for Hotel Rwanda and Bill Condon for Kinsey, according to trade reports. The winners will be announced at the WGA Awards on Feb. 19 from the Palladium in Hollywood and the Pierre Hotel in New York.
Originally posted 08/20/2004 06:00AM
Scrubs star Zach Braff had some real-life lows to draw from when writing, directing and starring in the offbeat comedy Garden State, in which his character experiences some seriously crushing unhappiness. "I've been in some really depressed periods of my life," says Braff, 29, adding that his flourishing career doesn't make him immune to the blues. "I was a waiter three years ago. But financial and career success doesn't necessarily kill a good malaise. That's one of the hard things about becoming successful – you can't tell people you're depressed. You've got to keep it to your parents – they're the only ones who'll listen."
Originally posted 07/28/2004 06:00AM
Scrubs star Zach Braff is no longer just the goofy character J.D. from NBC's medical sitcom. He's also a rising star behind the camera, thanks to his directorial debut Garden State, costarring Natalie Portman, about a man who returns home after his mother's death. The film, which he also wrote, scored serious attention at this year's Sundance Film Festival. The 29-year-old actor-writer-director recently talked about giving props to his home state of New Jersey and his abundance of twentysomething angst.
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