Michael Rady had a recurring role on NBC’s Sci-Fi drama “Timeless” and a stand-out series regular role in the second season of “UnREAL,” in which he portrayed the cunning love interest to Shiri Appleby’s character; he also continues to recur in the Netflix series “Atypical.” Other recent credits include playing the rival of Justin Baldoni’s character on The CW series “Jane the Virgin,” in the CBS drama “Intelligence” with Josh Holloway, as well as “The Resident” for Fox.
After attending the Temple University Theater Program in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Rady got his big break when he was cast as Alexis Bledel’s love interest in the sequel to The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. He followed that up with recurring roles in Showtime’s critically acclaimed series “Sleeper Cell” and as Stanley Tucci’s son in “ER.”
Other notable television roles include ABC Family’s “Greek” and The CW’s reboot of “Melrose Place.” More recently he starred as a resident doctor opposite intern Mamie Gummer in The CW’s “Emily Owens, MD” and romanced Kristen Bell in Showtime’s “House of Lies.” Rady has starred in a number of Hallmark Channel original movies, including “Christmas in Homestead,” and “Christmas at Pemberley Manor,” which kicked off Hallmark Channel’s Countdown to Christmas 2018 programming event as well as “A Joyous Christmas” on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. This past March, Rady starred in the Hallmark Channel original movie “Love to the Rescue,” also opposite Nikki DeLoach.
Additional film roles include The Guardian with Kevin Costner, and J. Edgar directed by Clint Eastwood.
A native of Philadelphia, Rady currently resides in New York.