Garett Maggart starred for four seasons as "Blair Sandburg", alongside Richard Burgi in The Sentinel (1996), a one-hour action drama series from Pet Fly Productions in association with Paramount Network Television for UPN. The show occasionally runs in syndication on the Sci-Fi Network and in Canada on Space.A second generation performer, Maggart was exposed to acting at an early age watching his father, actor Brandon Maggart. Garett's first role was a small appearance in the Robin Williams film Le monde selon Garp (1982) at the age of nine. Given the opportunity to play a guest starring role on the groundbreaking Showtime series Brothers (1984) that starred the elder Maggart, Garett decided he wanted to become an actor. His younger sisters, multi-platinum selling singer Fiona Apple and cabaret star Maude Maggart are also enjoying show business careers.Garett gave a memorable portrayal as "Weird Bruce", a radio producer on the highly rated Frasier (1993). He also had a recurring role on the NBC daytime drama Des jours et des vies (1965) and was a host for cable-TV's musical variety series "Live From the House of Blues", which gave Garett a chance to indulge his love for playing the guitar and drums. Garett starred in the independent feature Demon Under Glass (2002), playing "Dr. Joe McKay" for director Jon Cunningham; then went on to appear in a recurring role as a mental health trial attorney opposite Academy Award-winning actress Sally Field, on NBC's acclaimed series Urgences (1994).Most recently, Garett has completed work on the Universal Pictures feature A la recherche de l'homme parfait (2007), starring Diane Keaton and Mandy Moore. The film is in post production and is slated for a February 2007 release.