With the wildly popular country crossover act Zac Brown Band coming to the Schott this weekend, we're counting down our favorite Zacks/Zachs/Zacs/however the hell you choose to spell it.

With the wildly popular country crossover act Zac Brown Band coming to the Schott this weekend, we're counting down our favorite Zacks/Zachs/Zacs/however the hell you choose to spell it.

Zach Galifianakis

The embearded actor/stand-up comic rose to prominence in the "Hangover" trilogy, which is kind of unfortunate because it never quite showcases how funny he actually is.

Zac Hanson

The baby of the Hanson brood, he laid down the beats for "MMMBop" - assuming that wasn't just a studio musician filling in.

Zachary Taylor

He served the third-shortest presidential term in U.S. history. His death after consuming raw fruit and iced milk (mmm!) paved the way for the historic Millard Fillmore administration.

Zack Grienke

The talented Major League pitcher's early career was nearly sidetracked by crippling social anxiety, but he recently went on to win a Cy Young award and just signed a record contract with the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Zack Snyder

The "300" director is famous for his style-over-substance filmmaking, but he's definitely got style to spare. He also did a pretty good job with a difficult adaptation of Frank Miller's "Watchmen," which set up the slew of superhero movies Snyder's got on deck.

Zack de la Rocha

The vocalist of Rage Against the Machine harnessed both anger and political activism. I didn't realize how much I missed him until he popped up on the killer Run the Jewels' track "Close Your Eyes (And Count To Fuck)."

Zac Efron

The "High School Musical" heartthrob has actually made a pretty decent crossover into post-Disney films, particularly his hilarious frat boy stereotype in "Neighbors."

Zachary Quinto

It wasn't easy to step into Leonard Nimoy's shoes, but Quinto's Spock in the J.J. Abrams-helmed "Star Trek" reboot was pretty perfect.

Zach Braff

The "Scrubs" star turned to Kickstarter to fund his (disappointing) follow-up to "Garden State." I don't care if it's not cool now. I still love "Garden State."

Zack Morris

Mark-Paul Gosselaar's "Saved by the Bell" character had high school down. He was a little cocky, but never smug. And he got Kelly Kapowski.

Zakk Wylde

Wylde was the longtime guitarist for Ozzy Osbourne before founding Black Label Society. Bonus point for the most metal spelling variation on the name.

Zach Henkel

There are many great Columbus residents, past and present, who could be on this list (Baird, Allan Starkey, etc.), but I've got to go with the Captain here. He's the world's premiere expert on history/cartography/buffets.