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2003-11-22 11:48:02+08:00 - cast bio: david boreanaz - (Ablang <IWannaMarryHilaryDuff@ablang-duff.com>)


cast bio: david boreanaz Angel on Angel While relatively new to the world of acting when he landed a guest-starring role on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, David Boreanaz catapulted to stardom with his quiet intensity as the mysterious and tortured Angel and ultimately landed his own series. During his summer hiatus, Boreanaz completed production on The Crow: Wicked Prayer, the fourth installment of the horror series, also starring Dennis Hopper, Edward Furlong, Tara Reid and Macy Gray. A native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Boreanaz was exposed to television at a young age - his father is a veteran weather forecaster for WPVI in Philadelphia. After graduating from Ithaca College, he moved to Los Angeles to try his luck in Hollywood. While studying the craft of acting, Boreanaz lived the life of a starving actor, making ends meet by parking cars, painting houses and handing out towels at a sports club. Yet, it was while walking his dog in a Hollywood neighborhood that a manager spotted his brooding, intense look and instantly signed him as a client. His first big break was a guest spot on Married... with Children playing Kelly Bundy's (Christina Applegate) biker boyfriend. Boreanaz recently starred in the romantic comedy I'm With Lucy co-starring with Monica Potter, Henry Thomas and Anthony LaPaglia. He also starred in the Warner Bros. thriller film Valentine. On stage, Boreanaz has performed at the Ensemble Theatre in Hat Full of Rain, at the Gardner Stage in Italian-American Reconciliation and Fool for Love, and on theatre row in Cowboy Mouth. His feature film credits include Aspen Extreme, Best of the Best 2 and Eyes of the World. An avid golfer and traveler, Boreanaz, his wife, actress Jaime Bergman, and their one-year-old son, Jaden Rayne, live in Los Angeles, California. http://thewb.com/Faces/CastBio/0,7930,798,00.html -- Hilary Duff is America's Sweetheart & an international HeartBreaker. "FAILING = Finding An Important Lesson, Inviting Needed Growth" -- Gary Busey