|Date of birth||2 June 1977|
|Origin||Pittsburgh, PA, USA|
Zachary Quinto is the American film and television actor who portrays Sylar. He also portrayed Candice Willmer in an illusion in the episode Kindred, and a shape shifted James Martin in the episode Into Asylum.
Zachary Quinto has been acting since the age of 11. After graduating from Central Catholic High School in 1995 and Carnegie Mellon University in 1999, Zachary Quinto has appeared in a number of hit prime-time television shows, including CSI, Charmed, Tim Kring's Crossing Jordan, and Six Feet Under. He had a recurring role as Adam Kaufman on 24. He appeared as Sasan in VH1's So NoTORIous. Zachary also played "Spock" in the 2009 Star Trek film. 
Heroes castmates with whom Zachary has previously appeared include Seth Green and Breckin Meyer (Robot Chicken), Rena Sofer (Blind Justice), Conroe Brooks (24), Graham Beckel (Dragnet), Nora Zehetner and Jeanette Brox (An American Town), Leonard Roberts (24), Matt Bushell (24), T.W. Leshner (Crossing Jordan), Colby French (24), Gabriel Olds and David Berman (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation), and Kevin Chamberlin (So NoTORIous), and Greg Grunberg, Kimberly Arland, and Douglas Tait in Star Trek.
- In an interview, Zachary Quinto said his dream acting role would be "to play a young Spock in the new Star Trek movie."
- In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Zachary Quinto compared himself to Sylar: "I would say we both have a desire to be valued. My desire to be valued is manifested in cultivating relationships with my friends and family. Sylar's desire to be valued manifests itself...well, in a murderous rampage."
- In an interview with TV Guide, Zachary Quinto said he was thrilled with his Internet Army. Sarmy is an online group which is dedicated to his character Sylar. He says, "Their slogan is, 'Every villain needs a legion of evil supporters.' What's funny is they do great charity work. It's never bad to have an army."
- On September 14, 2008, Zachary appeared on Robot Chicken with Seth Green and Breckin Meyer, where he portrayed Sylar in a spoof of Heroes.
- Zachary Quinto is left-handed.
- Zach attended Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama.
- Zachary Quinto is the only person to ever be featured on two consecutive Entertainment Weekly covers. He appeared as Sylar on the cover of issue #1018 (October 31, 2008), and as Spock on the cover of issue #1019 (November 7, 2008).
- Official Website
- Zachary Quinto on Wikipedia
- Zachary Quinto on Memory Alpha
- Zachary Quinto UK (Fan site)
- TV Q&A: Heroes - Zachary Quinto at wizarduniverse.com, 1/19/07
- Interview with Zachary Quinto at BuddyTV.com, 4/23/07
- Podcast interview with Zachary Quinto at Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 5/28/07
- Video interview with Zachary Quinto 6/10/07
- Interview with Zachary Quinto at TrekMovie.com, 7/29/07
- Interview with Zachary Quinto at SFX Collection (page 1 · page 2), 8/15/07
- Interview with Zachary Quinto at Ain't It Cool News, 8/23/07
- Interview with Zachary Quinto at ComingSoon.net, 8/24/07
- Interview with Zachary Quinto, James Kyson Lee, and Noah Gray-Cabey on The Sauce, 8/27/07: Parts 1, 2, 3, 4
- Zachary Quinto appears with Dania Ramírez on The Today Show, 8/28/07
- Interview with Zachary Quinto at National Post, 8/30/07
- Video Interview with Zachary Quinto at AOL, 9/11/07
- Interview with Zachary Quinto at TVGuide.com, 10/15/07
- Interview with Zachary Quinto at Playboy, May 2009: page 1, page 2, page 3