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Zach Braff

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Zach Braff sports a white leather blazer, $3,995, at Giorgio Armani, Beverly Hills. Dolce & Gabbana blue patterned button-down, $295, and Juicy Couture khaki cargo shorts, $168, both at Neiman Marcus, Beverly Hills. (Jeff Lipsky / for the Times)
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Blue-and-white button-down shirt by Dolce & Gabbana, $550, at Saks Fifth Avenue, Beverly Hills. Juicy Couture blue-and-orange polyester track pants, $98, at Neiman Marcus, Beverly Hills. White classic gym shoes by Y3, $tk, at TK. (Jeff Lipsky / for the Times)
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Cotton and silk suit, $3,125, at Giorgio Armani, Beverly Hills. Gray button-down poplin stretch shirt, $405, at Prada, Beverly Hills. Vans “Era” black-and-gray canvas tennis shoes, $40, at www.vans.com. (Jeff Lipsky / for the Times)
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Navy blue silk baseball jacket by Dolce & Gabbana, $1,450, at Neiman Marcus, Beverly Hills. White-and-blue striped button down with ribbed knit collar by Dolce & Gabbana, $525, at Saks Fifth Avenue, Beverly Hills. Washed cotton poplin trousers, $88, at www.modernamusement.com. Black cotton tennis shoes by John Varvatos for Converse, $TK, at TK. (Jeff Lipsky / for the Times)
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Navy sweater vest with attached short-sleeve shirt, $895, at Dolce & Gabbana, Beverly Hills. Black pinstripe trousers, $450, at Paul Smith, Los Angeles. Blue patent-leather loafers by Dolce & Gabbana, $595, at Barneys New York, Beverly Hills. (Jeff Lipsky / for the Times)
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Brown and tan polo shirt by Prada, $395, at Neiman Marcus, Beverly Hills. Brown striped cotton/poly pants by John Varvatos, $395, at Saks Fifth Avenue, Beverly Hills. Marc Jacobs high-top sneakers, $380, at Barneys New York, Beverly Hills. (Jeff Lipsky / for the Times)
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Braff doesn’t smile much but he’s got plenty to grin about. The hit TV show “Scrubs,” in which he stars, is up for renewal, and he’s about to direct his adaptation of the Danish film “Open Hearts.” (Jeff Lipsky / for the Times)
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He’s also starring in a new film, set for release next month, called “The Ex,” with Amanda Peet and Jason Bateman, that seems right up his alley. “It’s a movie that’s not your typical comedy; it’s got a darker edge to it,” he says. (Jeff Lipsky / for the Times)
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The New Jersey native, who just celebrated his 32nd birthday, sounds awfully normal. He takes flying lessons, loves music and foreign films, photography, his dog, and watches TV--a lot of TV. “I have TiVo, I watch ‘The Office,’ ‘30 Rock,’ ‘Lost,’ ‘60 Minutes'--I love ’60 Minutes,’ ” he says. (Jeff Lipsky / for the Times)
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The blue-eyed, rubber-faced Braff is not into sports or--let’s face it--fashion. “I just throw on jeans and a T-shirt,” he proclaims. Then he confesses that he favors Dolce & Gabbana formal attire, and that he occasionally catches episodes of “Project Runway.” (Jeff Lipsky / for the Times)
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It turns out, too, that there is one sport he pursues, but it’s not a gym-rat staple—he skis. (Jeff Lipsky / for the Times)
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