Zackary Grady was born and raised on Cape Cod Massachusetts. He grew up playing hockey, but eventually traded in the ice for the stage. Theater Summer camp turned into Summer Theater Internships and eventually Zackary found himself studying acting at New York University. He trained at the Atlantic Theater Company's School through the Tisch School of the Arts.
After college Zackary was an assistant for actor William H. Macy during his run in "Speed the Plow" on Broadway as well as for Broadway director Nicholas Martin.
After performing with the Williamstown Theater Festival for three summers, Zackary's work was produced by Ars Nova in NYC. To date, Zackary has had five original shows appear on the Ars Nova stage.
Zackary was recently named one of Advocate Magazine's "People to Watch in 2015" — see the article here.