Chad Michael Murray first rose to prominence with recurring roles on the WB dramas “Dawson’s Creek” and “Gilmore Girls.” Following this, he landed a starring role in The WB’s “One Tree Hill,” for which he won two Teen Choice Awards. He later took on a role behind the camera both writing and directing an episode of “One Tree Hill.”
Murray has starred in feature films ranging from the romantic comedies A Cinderella Story as the romantic lead opposite Hilary Duff and Freaky Friday opposite Lindsay Lohan, to the horror Movie House of Wax, for which he won another Teen Choice Award. Murray took on dramatic feature film work in the war drama Home of the Brave, which starred Samuel L. Jackson and Jessica Biel, and in a lead role in the critically acclaimed drama Fruitvale Station with Michael B. Jordan and Octavia Spencer. Recently, he starred in the drama Other People’s Children and the western Outlaws and Angels.
In addition to his early television work in teen dramas, Murray starred in CMT’s original series “Sun Records” and had a recurring role on Marvel’s “Agent Carter” on ABC. He starred in several television movies, including ABC Family’s “Christmas Cupid,” ABC’s “Scruples,” Lifetime’s “Lies in Plain Sight” and The WB’s “The Lone Ranger.” Throughout his career, he also had guest starring roles on NBC’s “Southland,” CBS’s “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” and “Diagnosis Murder,” FOX’s “Scream Queens” and MTV’s “Undressed.”