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David Boreanaz


Look up the words "handsome" and "brooding" in any dictionary and chances are you'll have a pretty good description of actor David Boreanaz. Tall, dark, and possessing the sort of alluring charisma that suggests an Abercrombie and Fitch model from the dark side, Boreanaz flourished on the small screen in the early 2000s when his Buffy the Vampire Slayer role was spun off into the supernatural-flavored series Angel.

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Born in Buffalo, NY, and raised in nearby Philadelphia, Boreanaz was inspired at age seven to pursue a career in acting after witnessing the legendary Yul Brynner's performance in The King and I. In the years that followed, the aspiring actor would strive to keep the dream alive, and when it came time for higher education, Boreanaz opted to study his craft at Ithaca College in New York. The allure of a life in films soon drew Boreanaz to Los Angeles, although it wouldn't take him long to realize that struggling actors were a dime a dozen in sunny California. Dreams of his name in lights soon gave way to realities such as earning a living by parking cars and handing out towels at a sports club -- and uncredited parts in such films as Aspen Extreme and Best of the Best 2 (both 1993) certainly weren't paying the rent. A one-time role on Married...With Children as daughter Kelly's (Christina Applegate) motorcycle-riding boyfriend gained the struggling actor modest exposure -- and his luck would soon change in the most unexpected (though somewhat typical by Hollywood standards) way.

While Boreanaz was walking his dog in Hollywood, a manager was taken by his captivating intensity, and a subsequent introduction to casting agent Marcia Shulman almost immediately ensured his landing the role of the vampire Angel on the soon-to-be-hit series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Two years after the premiere of Buffy, Boreanaz's character proved popular enough to earn his own eponymously titled spin-off series, and the show proved a solid hit for the WB until it was inexplicably canceled in mid-2004. Of course, by this point, Boreanaz could rest fairly easy thanks to roles in such features as Valentine (2001) and I'm With Lucy (2002). Fans who couldn't get enough of the actor's dark side could look forward to his role as the villainous Luc Crash in The Crow: Wicked Prayer (2004). ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

Notable TV Guest Appearances

  1. "On-Air with Ryan Seacrest" (2003) playing "Himself" 2 April 2004
  2. "Last Call with Carson Daly" (2002) playing "Himself" 4 February 2004
  3. "Sharon Osbourne Show, The" (2003) playing "Himself" 3 February 2004
  4. "New Tom Green Show, The" (2003) playing "Himself" 1 August 2003
  5. "Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, The" (1999) playing "Himself" 19 May 2003
  6. "Baby Blues" (2000) playing "Johnny" (voice) in episode: "Teddy-Cam" (episode # 2.3) 3 February 2002
  7. "Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, The" (1999) playing "Himself" 21 September 2001
  8. "Mad TV" (1995) playing "Himself" (episode # 6.14) 3 February 2001
  9. "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" (1993) playing "Himself" 13 October 1999
  10. "Saturday Night Live" (1975) playing "Himself" (uncredited) (episode # 24.19) 15 May 1999
  11. "Keenen Ivory Wayans Show, The" (1997) playing "Himself" 26 January 1998
  12. "Married... with Children" (1987) playing "Frank" in episode: "Movie Show" (episode # 7.21) 11 April 1993


David Boreanaz

Combined filmography

  1. Perfect Lie, The (2005) (filming)[Actor .... Lance Valenteen]
  2. Wicked Prayer (2004) (post-production)[Actor .... Luc Crash/Death]
  3. A&E Biography: Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2003) (TV)[Actor .... Himself]
  4. Jon E. Edwards Is in Love (2003)[Actor]
  5. I'm with Lucy (2002)[Actor .... Luke]
    ... aka Autour de Lucy (2002) (France)
  6. Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2002) (VG)[Actor .... Angel] (voice)
  7. Kingdom Hearts (2002) (VG)[Actor .... Squall Leonhart (Leon)] (voice)
    ... aka Kingudamu hâtsu (2002) (VG) (Japan)
  8. Valentine (2001)[Actor .... Adam Carr]
  9. 28th Annual American Music Awards, The (2001) (TV)[Actor .... Himself/presenter]
  10. 2000 MTV Movie Awards (2000) (TV)[Actor .... Himself] (as David Boreanax)
  11. 51st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, The (1999) (TV)[Actor .... Himself]
  12. "Angel" (1999/I) TV Series[Actor .... Angel/Angelus/Liam] [Director] (episode 5.10 "Soul Purpose")
    ... aka "Angel: The Series" (1999) (USA)
  13. "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (1997) TV Series[Actor .... Angel/Angelus (1997-1999, 2000, 2001, 2003)]
    ... aka "Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Series" (1997)
    ... aka "Buffy" (1997)
  14. Macabre Pair of Shorts (1996)[Actor .... Vampire's victim]
  15. Best of the Best II (1993)[Actor] (uncredited)
  16. Aspen Extreme (1993)[Actor] (uncredited)

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