Zachary Levi stars in NBC’s acclaimed action-comedy series "Chuck" as Chuck Bartowski, the charming computer geek turned government agent.
Levi's exuberance and charm have made him a preferred first-pick in Hollywood and a favorite among his devoted fans. He most recently leant his voice in the lead role opposite Mandy Moore in Disney's twist on the classic Rapunzel fairtytale, entitled "Tangled." Previously, he appeared in the 20th Century Fox box office hit film "Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel."
Levi was seen starring with Amber Tamblyn in the independent feature film "Spiral." Audiences also remember Levi’s starring roles in the franchise film "Big Momma's House 2" with Martin Lawrence and the independent film "Shades of Ray" with Sarah Shahi.
Levi has also served as a producer on projects in the music and film industries, most notably the critically hailed album "Grown" by Dove Award-winning singer/songwriter Kendall Payne, as well as his independent feature "Spiral."
Audiences enjoyed Levi in the four seasons of the hit ABC sitcom "Less than Perfect," as the quick-witted, scheming Kip Steadman. He also earned great reviews for his appearances on the hit shows "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and "The Division" and for his supporting role in the FX television movie "Big Shot: Confessions of a Campus Bookie."
Levi grew up in Ventura County, Calif. He began acting in theater at the early age of six, performing lead roles in regional productions such as "Grease," "The Outsiders," "Oliver," "Godspell," "The Wizard of Oz," "Big River" and "Marvin's Room" It was this early training that ultimately brought him to the attention of Hollywood.
As a devoted philanthropist, Levi is committed to serving his community. He resides in Los Angeles.