Zach Braff and his brother Josh Braff stopped by HuffPost Live on Friday for a wide-ranging conversation about their work, their brotherly bond and their family upbringing.
Also up for discussion was Tinder -- specifically, the fact that you may have seen Zach on it or some other dating app. But according to the "Scrubs" actor, no such profiles belong to him.
"People do make profiles of me on lots of different social media things," he told HuffPost Live's Marc Lamont Hill. "I think I now have them all under my control."
The news is bound to disappoint Braff lovers after the actor tweeted a shirtless picture last June with the caption, "This is my profile pic for FarmersOnly, Tindr and Grindr."
While the 40-year-old announced that he is currently single, the "Garden State" filmmaker feels that Tinder would be "a little too intense" for him.
"I've totally played with my friends' [profiles] because it is quite popular with the people these days, and a lot of people I know are meeting online, but no, I think I'll stay off Tinder," he said.
Check out more from the conversation below, including details on Zach's next project, a remake of the classic '70s film "Going in Style," which starts filming this August, and Josh's novel "The Daddy Diaries."
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