Graham Rogers burst onto the scene in a 2010 State Farm Insurance commercial, gleefully shouting "And can I get a hot tub?" but soon proved that he was more than just a handsome face with his dramatic lead role on NBC's "Revolution" (2012-14). Rogers was born in 1991 in West Chester, PA, where he grew up as one of five children. In 2009, at the age of 18, Rogers auditioned at the International Models and Talent Association in New York City and was immediately signed by a manager. Wanting to expand his career options, Rogers moved to Los Angeles and quickly landed a part in the ensemble of the low budget horror film "1313: Haunted Frat" (2010), but it was his appearance in State Farms Insurance's "magic jingle" commercials - wherein he put a gospel-shout spin on the tag line, "And can I get a hot tub?" - that first caught the attention of casting directors. In short order, Rogers then appeared in a guest role on the series "Memphis Beat" (TNT, 2010-11) starring Jason Lee and Alfre Woodard, and in a supporting role in "Struck By Lightning" (2012), an indie comedy starring Chris Colfer (who also wrote the screenplay) and Rebel Wilson. In 2012, Rogers was cast as the stoic, resourceful survivor Danny Matheson on the hit adventure series "Revolution" (NBC, 2012-14), starring Billy Burke, Tracy Spiridakos and Giancarlo Esposito, and executive produced by J.J. Abrams.