Anthony Bailey is an American actor, best known for his roles in a variety of television shows and films. He was born on April 10th, 1983 in Los Angeles, California. Growing up in Los Angeles, he was always interested in the arts, and when he was 14, he began to participate in acting classes.
Bailey’s big break came in 2006, when he was cast in the television series, “The O.C.,” playing a recurring role as “Carter.” During this time, he also starred in “Veronica Mars,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” and “Bones.” In 2010, he made his feature film debut in the movie, “When in Rome.”
In 2011, Bailey starred in the hit television series, “Glee,” playing the role of “Jesse St. James.” His performance earned him a Teen Choice Award nomination. Bailey also starred as “Miles” in the 2012 movie, “The Five-Year Engagement.” In 2013, he appeared in the movie, “The Internship,” and in 2014, he guest-starred in the series, “New Girl.”
Bailey has continued to appear in a variety of television and film projects. In 2015, he starred in the movie, “That’s My Boy,” and appeared in the television miniseries, “American Crime Story.” In 2016, he starred in the television series, “Hap and Leonard,” and in 2017, he starred in the movie, “The Disaster Artist.”
In his spare time, Bailey enjoys spending time with his family, playing sports, and exploring the great outdoors. He is actively involved in a number of charities and is passionate about helping those less fortunate.
Anthony Bailey is a versatile actor with a diverse range of roles under his belt. His talent and charisma have made him a favorite among fans and critics alike. He is an inspiration to aspiring actors and continues to pursue his dreams of becoming a successful actor.