In 2009, he was nominated by the ALMA Awards for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series for Psych.In 2011, he was nominated again by the ALMA Awards for Favorite TV Actor-Leading Role for Psych.His most recent foray onto the stage was in December 2016, when he starred in the New York production of White Rabbit Red Rabbit by Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour.His big screen debut was in the 1999 movie Coming Soon alongside Ryan Reynolds and fellow debutant Ashton Kutcher.At the same time, he began focusing more and more on his work behind the camera as a director, writer and producer.He has since directed episodes for Battle Creek, Rush Hour, Rosewood and Blood Drive.
Brown which accumulated a slew of awards at film festivals all over the country.
The team also worked on a script for the film adaptation of the video game Driver.
Roday directed his first feature film, Gravy, in 2013, written by him and Todd Harthan.
Roday's television credits include starring roles on NBC's Miss Match in 2003 as "Nick Paine" and 2001's First Years as "Edgar 'Egg' Ross".
His big break came on July 7 2006, the series premiere of USA Network's original series Psych.