Holroyd began dating his childhood friend, actress Allison Munn in 2004. They became engaged in December 2006 in Paris and married on November 17, 2007 at the French Huguenot Church in Charleston, South Carolina.
He relocated to Los Angeles in 2004 and has made guest appearances on numerous television shows, including Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, That '70s Show, In Justice, Without a Trace, and Ghost Whisperer.
More DetailsHide DetailsHe was also featured in the second season of Dirty Sexy Money as Patrick Darling's brother-in-law Chase Alexander. In 2009, he played Quinn's husband David Fletcher on Season 7 of One Tree Hill, and in 2010, villain spy Justin Sullivan on the third season of Chuck.
On May 13, 2003, he made his last appearance on ATWT then left the show to pursue other opportunities in acting and was replaced by soap opera actor Roger Howarth.
In September 1999, he moved to New York City to study at the School for Film and Television in Manhattan.
More DetailsHide DetailsHolroyd received a small role in the film The Program (for which he was uncredited) and made a guest appearance on the television show Matlock, playing a teenager (both in 1993).
He then went on to the University of South Carolina and graduated from there in 1998, where he received a B.A. in Mass Communications and Journalism.
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