Arjay Smith
Arjay Smith 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).
Personal Information
Gender: Male
Born: (1983-11-27) November 27, 1983 (age 35)
Birthplace: Redlands, California, U.S.
Notable roles: Title role in the Nickelodeon TV network series The Journey of Allen Strange
Character information
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.[1] 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.[2]


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.


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