American actor Zachary Quinto is best known for playing the role of Sylar, an American superhero serial drama TV series Heroes (2006-2010). Similarly, he is a producer recognized for films Margin Call and Aardvark.
Some of the notable acting credits of the versatile personality include Star Trek, Hitman: Agent 47, Snowden, The Slap, 24, and NOS4A2.
As of April 2020, Zachary has an estimated net worth of $14 million. From his professions, he earns a salary of $500k on average.
Zachary Quinto began his acting career appearing on the TV series The Others in 2000. The same year, he gave voice for the character Monty Rodriguez in the video game Code Blue. After that, he appeared in television series such as Haunted, The Agency, Six Feet Under, Charmed, Miracles, and Dragnet.
Finally, in 2003, Quinto got a major break in his career for playing the role of Adam Kaufman on the TV series 24. In the action-drama series, he shared his screen with Kiefer Sutherland, Leslie Hope, Sarah Clarke, Elisha Cuthbert, and Dennis Haysbert till 2004.
Additionally, Zachary played the recurring role of Sasan, the TV show based on the life of Tori Spelling, So Notorious. Some of her notable television credits include Heroes, Robert Chicken, American Horry Story: Asylum, The Slap, Big Mouth, NOVA, and others.
Also, 24 star Quinto played various roles in numerous films like Star Trek, We’ll Never Have Paris, I Am Michael, Hitman: Agent 47, Who We Are Now, High Flying Birds, and so on. The actor also produced movies, Aardvark and Margin Call.
Furthermore, Zachary’s 2020 post-production and TBA films include The Boys in the Band, Abandoned, Untitled Star Trek Sequel, and Biopunk.
Star Trek actor Quinto supports the causes like abuse, cancer, depression, suicide, poverty, rape/sexual abuse, slavery & human trafficking, and of LGBTQ community. Before confessing his sexuality, he used to support the American non-profit Trevor Project.
Similarly, Zachary, on behalf of Barack Obama campaigned the video Obama Pride: LGBT Americans For Obama in 2012. He also featured in the one-night production Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays.
Additionally, the producer also donates to charitable foundations like Alzheimer’s Association, Autism Speaks, Band From TV Global Charity Trust, Global Green, THORN, Global Poverty Project, and GLSEN.
Zachary Quinto was born Zachary John Quinto on June 2, 1977, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in the United States. His father, John Quinto, was a barber who died due to cancer when he was 7.
On the other hand, Zachary’s mother is Margo Quinto was a worker at an investment firm who later served at a magistrate’s office. He spent his childhood with his brother named Joe Quinto.
Margin Call producer Quinto graduated from Central Catholic High School in 1995. After 4 years, in 1999, he graduated from the School of Drama of Carnegie Mellon University.
Zachary Quinto came out as gay in October 2011. After the suicide of gay teenager Jamey Rodemeyer, he expressed his feelings saying:
It became clear to me in an instant that living a gay life without publicly acknowledging it is simply not enough to make any significant contribution to the immense work that lies ahead on the road to complete equality.
In the summer of 2013, 6 feet 2 inches tall, Zachary started dating model and musician Miles McMillan.
In 2015, the duo purchased a $3.2 million worth NoHo apartment and began living together. Later, after 6 years, the couple separated in 2019.