Troy Garity

Troy Garity

Highest Rated: 90% Barbershop: The Next Cut (2016)

Lowest Rated: 12% Lake City (2008)

Birthday: Jul 7, 1973

Birthplace: Los Angeles, California, USA

If acting is indeed genetic, then Troy Garity should have no worries: He is the grandson of screen legend Henry Fonda and the son of two-time Academy Award winner Jane Fonda. When his mother gave birth to him in 1973, she and then-husband Tom Hayden opted not to saddle their son with either well-known surname, thus allowing him to develop his own individuality. Clearly, acting was in his blood, though, and Garity began by spending his childhood summers at the Laurel Springs Camp for the Arts in Santa Barbara. In 1993, he moved to NYC to attend the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and three years later headed back to Southern California to pursue a career. Almost immediately, he landed a small role in the HBO original "The Cherokee Kid" (1996) and secured his first big screen gig, a tiny part in "Conspiracy Theory" (1997). Garity's first major film role seemed like a natural; he was tapped to portray his own father in the Abbie Hoffman biopic "Steal This Movie!" (2000) and while he acquitted himself, the film barely registered with the public. Following an appearance in the ensemble of the Sundance-screened improvised film "Perfume" (2001), the good-looking, dark-haired actor landed what promised to be his breakthrough role in the crime comedy "Bandits" (2001) when he was cast as Harvey Pollard, a sweet-natured but excessively dim wannabe stuntman and movie special effects technician who doubles as a getaway driver for two bank robbers. Continuing to demonstrate his versatility, Garity was next cast as a mentally handicapped person in the cable telepic "A Soldier's Girl" (2003), playing a real-life soldier beaten to death for falling in love with a transgendered nightclub performer, and "Milwaukee, Minnesota" (2003) and saw his stock rise when he played Isaac Rosenberg in the hit comedy "Barbershop" (2002), a role he reprised in the 2004 sequel.

Highest rated movies

Barbershop: The Next Cut
Soldier's Girl
Barbershop 2: Back in Business
My One and Only
The Good Doctor




20% 91% The Brooklyn Banker Santo (Character) - 2016
90% 66% Barbershop: The Next Cut Isaac (Character) $54.0M 2016
30% 57% Gangster Squad Wrevock (Character) $46.0M 2013
66% 31% The Good Doctor Dan (Character) $4.1K 2011
43% 56% Mercy Dane (Character) $5.1K 2009
68% 51% My One and Only Becker (Character) $2.5M 2009
No Score Yet 86% A Cat's Tale Marchello (Voice) - 2008
45% 29% Winged Creatures Ron Abler (Character) - 2008
12% 34% Lake City Billy (Character) - 2008
38% 26% Eichmann Avner Less (Character) - 2007
76% 73% Sunshine Harvey (Character) $3.7M 2007
69% 48% Barbershop 2: Back in Business Isaac Rosenberg (Character) $65.0M 2004
18% 52% After the Sunset Luc (Character) $28.3M 2004
88% 87% Soldier's Girl Barry Winchell (Character) - 2003
38% 50% Milwaukee, Minnesota Albert Burroughs (Character) $17.4K 2003
82% 62% Barbershop Isaac (Character) $75.1M 2002
64% 58% Bandits Harvey Pollard (Character) $41.5M 2001
51% 71% Steal This Movie Tom Hayden (Character) $76.1K 2000


60% 84% On the Verge George (Character) 2021
No Score Yet 78% Magnum P.I. James Harris aka Daniel Skordi (Guest Star) 2019
72% 90% Ballers Jason Antolotti (Character) 2015-2019
No Score Yet 76% Shooter Unknown (Guest Star) 2017
No Score Yet 61% Unforgettable Jake Thompson (Guest Star) 2014
95% 89% Elementary Lucas Bundsch (Guest Star) 2013
81% 94% Boss Sam Miller (Character) 2011-2012
21% 24% The Playboy Club Unknown (Guest Star) 2011
No Score Yet 71% Hawaii Five-0 Unknown (Guest Star) 2011
90% 96% House Hank (Guest Star) 2009