|May 10, 1977
Houston, Texas, US
Todd Lowe (born May 10, 1977) is an American actor. He is best known for his role as Terry Bellefleur, a PTSD-suffering Iraq War veteran who works as a short order cook at Merlotte's Bar & Grillon HBO's True Blood and as Zack Van Gerbig on Gilmore Girls . In 2017 he played the role of Colin Dobbs, another war veteran, in five episodes of the USA Network series Shooter , based on the 2007 film of the same name and the novel Point of Impact by Stephen Hunter.
In addition to television and film, Todd has starred in over twenty stage productions and has worked on several plays written by playwright Justin Tanner.
Lowe has been a singer and guitarist for Pilbilly Knights,a country-rock band based in Los Angeles. The band released a compact disc, California Nigth Club (sic) in January 2007. He is currently a member of another rock country band, The LA Hootenanny.
Lowe is a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1999. While looking for jobs as an actor, Lowe worked as a substitute teacher.
|A Texas Funeral
|Where the Heart Is
|The Princess Diaries
|Lana's date Eric
|My Dinner with Jimi
|50 to 1
|The Girl on the Roof
|Short film, also producer; post-production
|Denotes films that have not yet been released
|Walker, Texas Ranger
|Episode: "Sons of Thunder"
|Walker, Texas Ranger
|Episode: "Lost Boys"
|Man with Flag
|Zack Van Gerbig
|Recurring role (season 3–7); 42 episodes
|Without a Trace
|Episode: "The Thing with Feathers"
|Recurring (season 1), Main (seasons 2–6), Guest (season 7); 66 episodes
|Main (season 1–3), Guest (seasons 5–6, 9); 30 episodes
|Agent Chad Dunham
|Episode: "Wheels Up"
|Natasha Mail Order Bride Escape to America
|Episode: "What's Your Damage, Heather?"
|From the Mouths of Babes
|Documentary; 3 episodes
|Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life
|Zack Van Gerbig
|Recurring role; 3 episodes
|Recurring role (season 2); 5 episodes
|Turok 2: Seeds of Evil
|Additional voices/creature effects
|14th Satellite Awards
|Best Cast (or Best Ensemble) – Television Series
|16th Screen Actors Guild Awards
|Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
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