Zac Efron’s Most Iconic TV Moments
High School Musical: Zac Efron rose to newslokmat fame with his breakout role as Troy Bolton in the Disney Channel Original Movie High School Musical. This classic coming-of-age musical follows Troy, a high school basketball star, and his friends as they navigate the challenges of high school and discover their true passions. Efron’s performance as the lovable jock earned him legions of fans and helped make High School Musical a classic.
2. Saturday Night Live: In 2020, Efron made saverudata a highly anticipated appearance on Saturday Night Live, where he showcased his considerable comedic talent. During his monologue, Efron sang an original song about his career and his love of the show. He also appeared in several sketches, including a hilarious parody of his High School Musical character and a sketch in which he played a high-energy personal trainer.
3. The Ellen DeGeneres Show: Zac Efron has appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show several times over the years, including a memorable appearance in 2016 when he competed in a lip sync battle against Ellen DeGeneres. He also opened up about his career, discussed his charitable work, and even tried out some of Ellen’s signature dance moves.
4. Neighbors: Efron starred in the 2014 comedy uptodatedaily, Neighbors, alongside Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne. In the film, Efron played the leader of a fraternity that moves in next door to a young married couple, played by Rogen and Byrne. His performance earned him a Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Villain, and the film was a box office success.
5. The Greatest Showman: In 2017, Efron starred in the critically acclaimed musical The Greatest Showman, alongside Hugh Jackman and Michelle Williams. The film follows the rise of P.T. Barnum, a circus entrepreneur, and Efron’s popularmatka performance as Barnum’s right-hand man, Phillip Carlyle, was praised by critics. The film was a hit, and it earned Efron a Golden Globe nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.