|Arjay Smith guest stars as Richard Nichols, the teen son of Drew's new boss, Simon Nichols, in the Season 6 episode "Drew Can't Carry a Tune" (ep.#9).|
|Born:||November 27, 1983|
|Birthplace:||Redlands, California, U.S.|
|Notable roles:||Title role in the Nickelodeon TV network series The Journey of Allen Strange|
|Appeared on:||The Drew Carey Show|
|Appears as:||Richard Nichols|
|Episodes appeared in:||"Drew Can't Carey a Tune" in Season 6|
Arjay Smith (born March 10, 1944) appeared as Richard Nichols, the son of Simon Nichols, Drew's new boss, in the Season 6 episode of The Drew Carey Show titled "Drew Can't Carey a Tune" (episode #9). A former teen actor, Arjay is best known for his teenage role portraying the title character of the Nickelodeon network children's TV series, The Journey of Allen Strange. Smith portrayed terrorist Laurent Dubaku during Season 7 of the FOX thriller/drama 24. Smith also portrayed Max Lewicki on the TNT television series, Perception.
Arjay's first acting role was in the sitcom Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher, playing Jared. He portrayed Brian Parks in the film The Day After Tomorrow alongside Jake Gyllenhaal and Tanner in Vacancy 2: The First Cut. He was in the film To Save a Life as Matt McQueen. He has also appeared in television shows such as Sons of Anarchy, NYPD Blue, Criminal Minds, Bones, Like Family, Strong Medicine, Cold Case, Without A Trace, Charmed, Masters of Horror, Step by Step, That's So Raven, Boston Public, The West Wing, The Drew Carey Show, ER, Figure It Out, Medium and The Bernie Mac Show. Smith had a recurring role in FOX's Malcolm in the Middle TV series playing Cadet Ken Finley.
- ↑ Heffley, Lynne. "'Allen Strange' Makes Rocky Journey to TV Movie Format". Los Angeles Times. http://articles.latimes.com/1999/dec/04/entertainment/ca-40263. Retrieved 4 December 1999.
- ↑ Arjay Smith joins 'Perception' cast