Edit Roday portrayed in a movie as Billy Prickett; a famous stock car driver that enters Hazzard to participate in the rally and secretly.The film is based on the television series of the same name.The story revolves around two cops with conflicting attitudes. Edit He starred as Mickey; a first assistant director in comedy drama movie "Don't Come Knocking".
Roday has earned good amount of money in his career.It is estimated that his current net worth is around million dollars.I'll use the experience I've had on He’s a Music Man During his college years at New York University, Roday was the lead vocalist and keyboard player for the band Dogberry.He and his band mate Riley Berton even paid tribute to The Sundays by recording the band’s single “24 Hours.” That recording can be found on You Tube.magazine named Roday to its 100 Most Beautiful People list in 2007. I did this photo shoot in the middle of the Hollywood Hills, poolside, wearing a tie and no shoes, and two girls in bikini's on either side of me -- yeah, it's a little silly.The movie grossedn1.1 million at the box office.
Edit He is well known for his role as Shawn Spencer; a fake psychic and detective known for his uncannily accurate photographic memory and a consultant for the police department.
Edit Roday appeared in "Ryan Caulfield: Year One"; an American drama that was later unaired after two episodes.
He appeared as Vic in Episode second, "Night at the Gashole". Edit He starred in 2002 action comedy film, "Showtime" starring along with Eddie Murphy and Robert De Niro.
“"I thought it was kind of silly,” admitted Roday about the distinction to In all its surrealism, you realize OK, wow, somebody, somewhere has taken enough interest to do this and that feels good.".
“When it was done James turned to me and said he was going to be a movie star someday.
Roday appeared in 1999's American comedy movie "Coming Soon" as Chad, a garage band musician who attended a prestigious Halton School in Manhattan.