Drew Roy is an American born actor. On May 16, 1986, in Clanton, Alabama, United States Roy was born. In 2020 Drew’s age is 35 years old. In 2004 he was started his acting career.
Drew Roy Physical Appearance
Height (approx)– 5’8″
Weight (approx)– 73 kg
Hair Color– Black
Eye Color– Black
Drew Roy Wife
Drew married to Renee Gardner in 2015. In 2017 their first son was born and their second son was born in 2019.
He began his acting career with movies such as Blink and Pirate Death. In 2007 Roy made his Television debut on American comedy-drama television series ‘Greek’. In the tv Series, he playing the role of Omega Chi Pledge.
In 2009 Roy played the Griffin role in Dan Schneider direct television sitcom ‘icarly’. He has starred in the episode of Hannah Montana as Jesse. Some of his short films lists include Dissonance, Tag, Running Up and That Hill.
In 2010 Drew play the role of Arthur Bull Hancock son of Seth Hancock in the American biographical sports drama film ‘Secretariat’.
In 2011 he played a lead role as Hal Mason on Falling Skies.
Drew also work in the 2014 Richard Gray direct American thriller film ‘Sugar Mountain’.
Drew played a minor role in Movie Blood, Sweat, and Lies.
In 2020 he starred in the movie based on the true story ‘The Murder of Nicole Brown Simpson’.
Drew Roy Movies and Tv shows
His movies lists include
|2006||Curse of Pirates Death||Boyfriend|
|2010||American Comedy film ‘Costa Rican Summer’||Doobie|
|2010||American Biographical sports film ‘Secretariat’||Seth Hancock|
|2016||Richard gray direct American thriller film ‘Sugar Mountain’||Miles West|
|2020||American Film based on the Murder of Nicole Brown||Ron Goldman|
His TV shows Lists
|2009||American family drama television series ‘Lincoln Heights’||Travis Benjamin|
|2009 to 2010||Icarly||Griffin|
|2009 to 2011||Michel Poryes American Teen sitcom ‘Hannah Montana’||Jesse|
|2011 to 2015||American post-apocalyptic science fiction television series ‘Falling Skies’||Hal Mason|
|2017||The Last Ship||Christos Vellek|
|2017||Tv serial name is ‘When the Street Lights Go On’||Mr. Carpenter|
|2018||Blood, Sweat, and Lies||Carter|