“The Resident”‘s Matt Czuchry Supports His TV Daughter Remington Blaire Evans at Her First Dance Recital

Czuchry has starred in the titular role of Dr. Conrad Theodore Hawkins on the Fox medical drama since 2018

<p>FOX via Getty</p> Matt Czuchry and Remington Blaire Evans in

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Matt Czuchry and Remington Blaire Evans in 'The Resident'

Matt Czuchry takes his TV dad role seriously on- and off-screen.

In a photo shared on X (formerly known as Twitter) by The Resident's co-creator and executive producer Amy Holden Jones, the former star of The Good Wife, 47, appears to be embracing Remington Blaire Evans, who plays his daughter on the Fox medical drama.

"Matt Czuchry went to see Remi Evans (his daughter on #TheResident) at her first dance recital. He’s that great," Jones captioned the post.

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Czuchry starred as Dr. Conrad Hawkins in The Resident for six seasons — from 2018 when it began to 2023 when it concluded. Evans played his daughter, Gigi Hawkins, in the final two seasons of the show.

The actor is perhaps best known for his role in Gilmore Girls as Rory Gilmore’s (Alexis Bledel) college boyfriend Logan Huntzberger on the Amy Sherman-Palladino dramedy.

Throughout the seven-season show, Rory had three boyfriends (Dean, Jess and Logan), and most viewers sided with one of her significant others, eventually sparking Team Dean, Team Jess and Team Logan.

<p>FOX via Getty</p> Remington Blaire Evans and Matt Czuchry in 'The Resident'

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Remington Blaire Evans and Matt Czuchry in 'The Resident'

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In 2018, Czuchry addressed his encounters with Gilmore Girls' fans in an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

“When you go out into the world, do you have to deal with the rivalry of these teams? Because you’re bad for Rory,” Stephen Colbert asked Czuchry.

“In the first season especially, people would just come up to me just immediately without saying anything and said, ‘You know, you’re a real a——.’ That’s what they would do,” said Czuchry, who said he was subject to name calling the “first couple episodes in.”

He explained, “I would ask them, ‘Okay, why am I an a——?’ And they [would say], ‘You know why you’re an a——.’ And that was it.”

Women would tell Czuchry, ”‘I’m team Jess’ or ‘I’m team Dean,’ ” and he would quickly gather that they were talking about his on-screen alter-ego.

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He said: “Literally, people would just come up to me and say how much of an a—— I was.”

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