Zack Addy, played by actor Eric Millegan, will return for the show's twelfth and final season. His surprise appearance in the Season 11 finale as Dr.

Brennan's Emily Deschanel kidnapper gave rise to a million questions - all to be answered in good time when Bones resumes on January 3rd, Millegan, who began on Bones in , answered a few of our burning questions about Dr.

Addy, running the New York City marathon, and his impressive career in musical theatre. Xaque Gruber. You've been playing Zack Addy on Bones since its first season, how this complex, dark character, and growing with him over eleven years, changed you?

Eric Millegan: I've aged a lot with the character. I was 30 and looked near 19 when I started the show. Now I'm 42 and look it.

I've learned a lot about acting and I've grown with my fellow actors on the show. When we were shooting Season 12, we brought a lot of history to the work.

We've been through a lot together. Yes, Zack has been very complex and dark, but I like that. It gives me something fun to play. Lance Sweets John Daley , believed Zack Addy was not actually crazy, and yet he has been in a mental institution.

Do you believe that Zack is mentally ill or just a misunderstood genius? EM: Zack is not mentally ill. And yes he's a genius. One thing just led to another for him.

He didn't snap all at once. He just made a mistake and had to pay a price for it. XG: Many Bones viewers may not realize that prior to the show, your resume was largely comprised of musical theatre performances.

How did your musical theatre background help you as an actor on the show? Was that transition a challenging one? EM: Working on TV and musical theater are very similar to me in that we're telling a story and you're responsible for your part of that.

The medium is different and you use different skills, sure, but the goal is the same. I haven't done musical theater in a long time and I would like to so it will be interesting to see what it will be like to return to that after over a decade on TV.

For fans who missed your live show, are there other shows on the horizon? And how the heck did you run the New York Marathon the morning after your cabaret show?

The marathon was difficult. I think I bit off more than I could chew. I was exhausted after nine miles, so the final I'm not going to run the marathon next year.

Zack then goes to ask Angela for fashion advice, and she gives him a complete makeover that includes a new haircut and a suit.

After completing his doctorate and getting the makeover from Angela, Zack again asks Cam for a job; she gives it to him, saying, "Who am I to break up the team?

At the end of Season 2, Zack receives a request from the office of the President to ship out to Iraq. His reason for being there is kept confidential, and he only tells Hodgins and Booth about it.

He is indecisive and asks Booth for advice as Booth "knows more about duty and honor than anyone else I know". However, Zack is later seen at the wedding.

It is revealed in Episode 1 of Season 3 that Zack had just returned from a three-month stint in Iraq, having returned early because he "failed to assimilate. In "The Pain in the Heart", the final episode of Season 3, Zack receives third-degree burns and massive tissue damage on both hands after an explosion in the lab.

It is later revealed he was working as the apprentice of the Gormogon , a cannibalistic serial killer, and the explosion was designed as a distraction so Gormogon could break into the lab and steal back the silver skeleton.

Zack's weaker personality was easily manipulated by Gormogon so he believed his belief system irrefutable, even going as far as to divide the bones of a lobbyist among the 10, skeletons in the Jeffersonian's bone storage room, called Limbo.

However, Zack still maintained a loyalty to his friends. As pointed out by Brennan, he was willing to injure himself to keep Hodgins safe.

He gives up the location of Gormogon's house after Brennan makes him realize his logic is faulty. At the end of the episode, prosecutor Caroline Julian cuts Zack a deal.

He pleaded guilty to killing the lobbyist and declared " Non compos mentis ", thus committing him into a mental asylum rather than to prison. Zack is no longer a regular character on the show, but series creator Hart Hanson said he may become a recurring character to provide consults to the team with "certain talents we can use in a ' Hannibal Lecter ' kind of way.

Lance Sweets. It is also shown at least Hodgins and Angela have both been in contact with Zack during his confinement. Hodgins is shown bringing him a mathematical riddle to solve.

In a session with Sweets, Zack admits to feeling guilty for killing the lobbyist but claims he was not actually crazy, arguing he committed the crime for what had appeared to be perfectly logical reasons at the time.

Sweets believes Zack should feel more guilty about killing the lobbyist and less about having been taken in by Gormogon's rhetoric.

Towards the end of the episode, Zack escapes from the institution. It is revealed he could have escaped at any time but did not feel it was necessary to do so until that particular moment.

After helping his co-workers solve the case, he willingly returns to the institution with Sweets. While returned to the asylum, Zack tells Sweets that, although he helped Gormogon find the lobbyist, he himself had not actually stabbed him.

In other words, Zack believes he killed the lobbyist, but, from a legal standpoint, he is considered only an accessory or co-conspirator. Sweets insists Zack change his story, but Zack refuses.

He fears, if his secret were to come out, he will find himself in prison, where he is sure to do very poorly. He reminds Sweets, as Zack's therapist, he must not reveal his secret because he would be violating doctor-patient confidentiality.

The episode closes with Zack behind bars at the institution, and Sweets keeping his secret. In the Season 4 finale, Zack is considered a suspect when a man is murdered in a popular nightclub owned by Booth and Brennan.

Zack is described by Vincent Nigel-Murray as "the type of moron who goes to jail for a murder he didn't commit", suggesting that, on some level, Booth knows Zack is innocent.

At the end of the episode, it is shown that the entire thing was in fact a dream about an alternate time line that Booth had while unconscious and part of a new book Brennan was writing.

Zack also returned in the th episode as a flashback to Booth and Brennan's first case together. Later on, Hodgins says that Zack will be in the asylum "forever", hinting that Zack would be in the asylum on a permanent basis and would never be released into the general public.

Also, in the episode "The He in the She," Hodgins tells Vincent that Zack would be locked up for the rest of his life. After eight years from being absent from the show, Zack is mentioned in season 11 "The Movie in the Making.

When the film crew begins asking Hodgins about Zack, Hodgins becomes visibly shaken. In "The Monster in the Closet," a serial killer has been discovered and named The Puppeteer, due to the nature of the crimes and how the killer would hang the victims from wires and use them as puppets.

The clothes that the victim is dressed in are the same clothes that Dr. Brennan had donated a few months earlier.

A mixtape is left with the body and the songs on the tape are from a songbook printed in Michigan. Over the past few weeks, Dr.

Brennan has been having vivid nightmares about a burned attacker; in one dream, Wendell brings Brennan her coffee, something Zack used to do. In the dream, Wendell's hands are severely burned. Brennan begins to break down and sees a therapist to help interpret her dreams.

The therapist makes Brennan realize that the attacker is someone she knows but doesn't want to accept who it is.

After coming back to the lab, Brennan calls the team because everyone had left. The team, waiting for her at a nearby pub, tells her they left because of an email that was supposedly sent out by Dr.

It is soon revealed that the email was sent by The Puppeteer. While on the phone with the team, The Puppeteer comes into the room and disconnects Brennan's call.

Booth takes the therapist's notes from Brennan's sessions to piece together the puzzle. Back at the lab, the team goes over all the clues about The Puppeteer.

They realize that the dreams about Wendell is a symbol for someone who used to work at the lab. The team becomes silent as they realize who it is; Cam states, "Oh no, it can't be.

Later on, as Brennan wakes up, she asks, "Zack? Brennan, it is good to see you again. You and I, we have so much to talk about. The Season 12 premiere of Bones solves the mystery about Zack.

He has taken Brennan to the old vault of the Gormogon, which is in the basement of the Jeffersonian, with the intention of protecting her from The Puppeteer and to reveal the truth about himself.

Booth captures Zack and he is taken into custody. It is revealed that after the death of Lance Sweets, Zack harmed himself, leaving a large scar on his forehead and occasional blackouts from minor brain damage.

After being allowed to consult the evidence files of the Puppeteer case with Brennan, he concludes that, while blacked out, he committed the crimes, and wishes to return to the mental institution that is his home.

In a surprise turn of events, the team at the Jeffersonian find out that it is Zack's doctor from the institution, Dr. Mihir Roshan, that has been committing the murders and arranging the skeleton marionettes.

Roshan intended to poison Zack, and Booth arrives at the institution in time to save him. While Zack was able to overpower Roshan, he was unable to find the strength of will to kill him.

Booth shoots Roshan, and Zack survives. He concludes he could not have committed murder under the order of Gormogon, and confesses his innocence to Brennan and Booth. This convinces them to re-examine the evidence, and the episode ends with the idea that Zack may become free of the institution in the future.

Although he finds evidence, Cam fears that Hodgins is planting it to free Zack and refuses to consider it. However, Cam eventually decides to go through Hodgins' evidence.

In "The Steal in the Wheels", the Jeffersonian team is able to locate the body of the Gormogon's former apprentice, the true killer, and match blood on it to the lobbyist Zack supposedly killed.

In "The Day in the Life", Zack goes before a judge for his appeal. Based on this new evidence, Zack is exonerated of the murder charge but not of aiding a known killer.

As a result, he will have to finish the remaining thirteen months on his sentence. While Brennan is sorry they couldn't get him released, Zack accepts this as thirteen months is nothing compared to the life sentence he was originally facing.

Despite his intelligence, Zack is unsure of himself, though he has provided crucial insights to some of the team's cases. He is unable to forcefully express his opinion to Dr.

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Now I'm 42 and look it. I've learned a lot about acting and I've grown with my fellow actors on the show. When we were shooting Season 12, we brought a lot of history to the work.

We've been through a lot together. Yes, Zack has been very complex and dark, but I like that. It gives me something fun to play.

Lance Sweets John Daley , believed Zack Addy was not actually crazy, and yet he has been in a mental institution. Do you believe that Zack is mentally ill or just a misunderstood genius?

EM: Zack is not mentally ill. And yes he's a genius. One thing just led to another for him. He didn't snap all at once. He just made a mistake and had to pay a price for it. XG: Many Bones viewers may not realize that prior to the show, your resume was largely comprised of musical theatre performances.

How did your musical theatre background help you as an actor on the show? Was that transition a challenging one? EM: Working on TV and musical theater are very similar to me in that we're telling a story and you're responsible for your part of that.

The medium is different and you use different skills, sure, but the goal is the same. I haven't done musical theater in a long time and I would like to so it will be interesting to see what it will be like to return to that after over a decade on TV.

For fans who missed your live show, are there other shows on the horizon? And how the heck did you run the New York Marathon the morning after your cabaret show? The marathon was difficult.

I think I bit off more than I could chew. I was exhausted after nine miles, so the final I'm not going to run the marathon next year. I need a break from that. You moved to L. What is the most L.

Love listening to podcasts and the radio. If Zack Addy were a real person, what musical theatre shows would he enjoy? What non-musical theatre songs are your karaoke jams?

What did you learn about yourself from your recent NYC marathon? But after this year's marathon, I learned that maybe I can't, hahaha! For more information about Bones and Dr.

He gives up the location of Gormogon's house after Brennan makes him realize his logic is faulty. At the end of the episode, prosecutor Caroline Julian cuts Zack a deal.

He pleaded guilty to killing the lobbyist and declared " Non compos mentis ", thus committing him into a mental asylum rather than to prison.

Zack is no longer a regular character on the show, but series creator Hart Hanson said he may become a recurring character to provide consults to the team with "certain talents we can use in a ' Hannibal Lecter ' kind of way.

Lance Sweets. It is also shown at least Hodgins and Angela have both been in contact with Zack during his confinement. Hodgins is shown bringing him a mathematical riddle to solve. In a session with Sweets, Zack admits to feeling guilty for killing the lobbyist but claims he was not actually crazy, arguing he committed the crime for what had appeared to be perfectly logical reasons at the time.

Sweets believes Zack should feel more guilty about killing the lobbyist and less about having been taken in by Gormogon's rhetoric.

Towards the end of the episode, Zack escapes from the institution. It is revealed he could have escaped at any time but did not feel it was necessary to do so until that particular moment.

After helping his co-workers solve the case, he willingly returns to the institution with Sweets. While returned to the asylum, Zack tells Sweets that, although he helped Gormogon find the lobbyist, he himself had not actually stabbed him.

In other words, Zack believes he killed the lobbyist, but, from a legal standpoint, he is considered only an accessory or co-conspirator. Sweets insists Zack change his story, but Zack refuses.

He fears, if his secret were to come out, he will find himself in prison, where he is sure to do very poorly. He reminds Sweets, as Zack's therapist, he must not reveal his secret because he would be violating doctor-patient confidentiality.

The episode closes with Zack behind bars at the institution, and Sweets keeping his secret. In the Season 4 finale, Zack is considered a suspect when a man is murdered in a popular nightclub owned by Booth and Brennan.

Zack is described by Vincent Nigel-Murray as "the type of moron who goes to jail for a murder he didn't commit", suggesting that, on some level, Booth knows Zack is innocent.

At the end of the episode, it is shown that the entire thing was in fact a dream about an alternate time line that Booth had while unconscious and part of a new book Brennan was writing.

Zack also returned in the th episode as a flashback to Booth and Brennan's first case together. Later on, Hodgins says that Zack will be in the asylum "forever", hinting that Zack would be in the asylum on a permanent basis and would never be released into the general public.

Also, in the episode "The He in the She," Hodgins tells Vincent that Zack would be locked up for the rest of his life. After eight years from being absent from the show, Zack is mentioned in season 11 "The Movie in the Making.

When the film crew begins asking Hodgins about Zack, Hodgins becomes visibly shaken. In "The Monster in the Closet," a serial killer has been discovered and named The Puppeteer, due to the nature of the crimes and how the killer would hang the victims from wires and use them as puppets.

The clothes that the victim is dressed in are the same clothes that Dr. Brennan had donated a few months earlier. A mixtape is left with the body and the songs on the tape are from a songbook printed in Michigan.

Over the past few weeks, Dr. Brennan has been having vivid nightmares about a burned attacker; in one dream, Wendell brings Brennan her coffee, something Zack used to do.

In the dream, Wendell's hands are severely burned. Brennan begins to break down and sees a therapist to help interpret her dreams.

The therapist makes Brennan realize that the attacker is someone she knows but doesn't want to accept who it is.

After coming back to the lab, Brennan calls the team because everyone had left. The team, waiting for her at a nearby pub, tells her they left because of an email that was supposedly sent out by Dr.

It is soon revealed that the email was sent by The Puppeteer. While on the phone with the team, The Puppeteer comes into the room and disconnects Brennan's call.

Booth takes the therapist's notes from Brennan's sessions to piece together the puzzle. Back at the lab, the team goes over all the clues about The Puppeteer.

They realize that the dreams about Wendell is a symbol for someone who used to work at the lab. The team becomes silent as they realize who it is; Cam states, "Oh no, it can't be.

Later on, as Brennan wakes up, she asks, "Zack? Brennan, it is good to see you again. You and I, we have so much to talk about. The Season 12 premiere of Bones solves the mystery about Zack.

He has taken Brennan to the old vault of the Gormogon, which is in the basement of the Jeffersonian, with the intention of protecting her from The Puppeteer and to reveal the truth about himself.

Booth captures Zack and he is taken into custody. It is revealed that after the death of Lance Sweets, Zack harmed himself, leaving a large scar on his forehead and occasional blackouts from minor brain damage.

After being allowed to consult the evidence files of the Puppeteer case with Brennan, he concludes that, while blacked out, he committed the crimes, and wishes to return to the mental institution that is his home.

In a surprise turn of events, the team at the Jeffersonian find out that it is Zack's doctor from the institution, Dr.

Mihir Roshan, that has been committing the murders and arranging the skeleton marionettes. Roshan intended to poison Zack, and Booth arrives at the institution in time to save him.

While Zack was able to overpower Roshan, he was unable to find the strength of will to kill him. Booth shoots Roshan, and Zack survives. He concludes he could not have committed murder under the order of Gormogon, and confesses his innocence to Brennan and Booth.

This convinces them to re-examine the evidence, and the episode ends with the idea that Zack may become free of the institution in the future. Although he finds evidence, Cam fears that Hodgins is planting it to free Zack and refuses to consider it.

However, Cam eventually decides to go through Hodgins' evidence. In "The Steal in the Wheels", the Jeffersonian team is able to locate the body of the Gormogon's former apprentice, the true killer, and match blood on it to the lobbyist Zack supposedly killed.

In "The Day in the Life", Zack goes before a judge for his appeal. Based on this new evidence, Zack is exonerated of the murder charge but not of aiding a known killer.

As a result, he will have to finish the remaining thirteen months on his sentence. While Brennan is sorry they couldn't get him released, Zack accepts this as thirteen months is nothing compared to the life sentence he was originally facing.

Despite his intelligence, Zack is unsure of himself, though he has provided crucial insights to some of the team's cases.

He is unable to forcefully express his opinion to Dr. Brennan, possibly due to romantic feelings toward her. When he discovered Temperance's own Forensic Anthropology professor had become her lover, Zack repeatedly wondered aloud whether he might enter into a similar relationship with Dr.

His colleagues quickly dismissed this idea as nonsense. Although well-meaning, helpful, and friendly, when a situation calls for social interaction or intuition, he is often lost.

Zack has no problem making inappropriate comments about others' personal lives, and has asked Agent Booth for advice on sex and women.

At one point, Booth threatened to shoot Zack "between the eyes" if he continued to ask him those questions. He also asked Angela for advice, on one occasion even recommending him to "reap the benefits of [her] sexual wisdom", and Hodgins gave him a pocket -sized Kama Sutra to help him out.

Further evidence of his social ineptitude can be seen in the frequent, on-screen coaching in social matters he gets from Jack and Angela. He is very literal - minded , and is often confused by colloquial expressions or metaphor , despite his high intelligence.

His attempts to use such expressions are met with mixed success, such as referring to a skull he'd cleaned as being "clean enough to eat off of". His inability to pick up on pop culture references or jokes was often a source of comedy in the show.

Other characters, especially Booth and Hodgins, were often annoyed or turned off by his lack of social skills.

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Zack was revealed to be attempting to inject himself with a truth serum to convince Brennan that he never killed anyone, but was arrested by Booth. Brennan's assistant and is therefore not completing any of his Doctorates to avoid having to grow into a new position. Though it did not appear to work, he demonstrates his talent when Hodgins doubted him. Over the course of eight years after the events in the Gormogon case, Booth seems to visit Zack to consult with him on forensic investigations because Booth knows exactly where Zack's room is in the institution as was revealed in The Nightmare in the Nightmare. Episode Who is the Canadian actor who has a movie coming out in theatres on February 14 ? Michael Truskie.

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Creator: Google play books black background Hanson. Payed Collar — Brennan's assistant link is bonse not who played zack on bones any of his work towards his doctorate whp to avoid graco pack n play coupons to move into a new position. Who played zack on bones audience, we enjoy their working together. When Zack was accused of being The PuppeteerWendell immediately had his doubts on whether Zack was actually the serial killer and believed in his innocence knowing that the real killer is highly manipulative. Hidden categories: Articles needing additional references from December All articles needing additional references Articles that need to differentiate between fact and fiction from April All articles that need to differentiate between fact and fiction Articles with multiple maintenance issues. What is Zach Porter s full name? To do such a task in real life would take hours to an entire day. Zach Condon's birth name is Zachary Francis Condon.

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