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Posted: Thursday, March 7, 2013 9:45 am

“Oz the Great and Powerful” will be released in theaters on Friday, March 8. James Franco serves as the lead character, Oz, in this Sam Raimi-directed film. Supporting castmates include Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz, Michelle Williams and Zach Braff. Braff, who plays Finley, has dabbled in many different entertainment projects over his career. With that in mind, here are five of them:


If you watched any television in the early to mid-2000s, chances are you probably saw at least one Cottonelle toilet paper puppy ad.

Zach Braff performed the voice over work as the featured puppy in those commercials.


Braff was the star of the TV series “Scrubs,” which ran on both NBC and ABC.

The show’s theme song — “Superman” by Lazlo Bane — was used throughout all nine seasons. It’s fitting then that Braff directed the music video for the alternative rock band’s most recognizable single.


Why not give water a voice?

As part of the PUR filtration systems television campaign, Braff provided voice over work for the clean water “character.”


Singer Gavin DeGraw’s first album, “Chariot,” was certified platinum and featured hit tracks like “I Don’t Want to Be,” “Follow Through” and, of course, the record-titled “Chariot.”

Braff was the main man behind the camera for the “Chariot” music video, which starred model/actress Jaime King.


Sarah Chalke, who was Braff’s co-star and love interest on “Scrubs,” was cast in a Hanes underwear ad in 2008.

The project paired up Chalke with Braff, who served as the director.

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