His middle name, Mc Kenzie, is his paternal grandmother's maiden name. Schenkkan, was a professor at the University of Texas at Austin, and worked with President Lyndon B.Johnson on passing the Public Broadcasting Act of 1967.chatted up the duo and asked about their chemistry on set.
"It's against type in the sense of my background, but it's with type in the sense that I am a loner who's new to this business and skeptical about a lot of it." When discussing differences between Ryan Atwood and himself.
"You have to talk about it before you enter the apartment. "I may have managed a makeout session or two, but I certainly don't remember being able to seal the deal.
Any woman worth her salt has to draw a line at some point. But I would be fascinated to get the polling on that.". Listen to a different perspective and you almost always modify your position and realize you're probably too dogmatic, too competitive, too jealous, too frustrated.
On August 5, 2003, Fox premiered the television series, about affluent teenagers with stormy personal lives in Orange County, California. earned him "Choice Breakout TV Star - Male" and "Choice TV Chemistry" nominations in the Teen Choice Awards and "Choice TV Actor - Drama/Action Adventure" and "Choice TV Actor: Drama" wins. was the first time Mc Kenzie played what The New York Times later described as the "quiet, guarded leading man" role he would repeatedly portray.
The show became an overnight success and made Mc Kenzie famous. Mc Kenzie reportedly earned about ,000 and ,000 per episode throughout the show's run. As a result of the show's success, Mc Kenzie appeared in magazines including People, In Touch Weekly and Us Weekly. 5 in Independent Online's "100 Sexiest Men Alive" and twice appeared on Teen People magazine's annual list of "25 Sexiest Stars under 25". dropped in ratings dramatically during its third and fourth seasons, and ended in early 2007. C., Mc Kenzie made his feature film debut in Junebug alongside Amy Adams and Embeth Davidtz.