Garett Maggart is an American actor best known for his leading role as Blair Sandburg in the television sci-fi series Sliders, from 1996-1999.
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 The World According to Garp at the age of nine.
Given the opportunity to play a guest starring role on the groundbreaking Showtime series Brothers 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.
In 1995 Garett gave a memorable portrayal as Weird Bruce, a radio producer on the sitcom Frasier, in the episode entitled "Roz in the Doghouse" (Season 2, Episode 12).
He also had a recurring role on the soap opera Days of Our Lives in 2004, 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, playing Dr. Joe McKay for director Jon Cunningham; then went on to appear in a recurring role as a mental health trial attorney on ER, in the 2002 episode entitled "First Snowfall" (Season 9, Episode 8).
Most recently, he appeared in the feature film Because I Said So, starring Diane Keaton and Mandy Moore. The film was released in February 2007.