On march 1997 the slayer takes her first steps on TV and Fans fall for the tall, dark and mysterious Angel. His portrayal of the handsome, brooding vampire with a soul soon discovers a higher calling in the city of angels. Inexplicably canceled in early 2004, he left us with a sword swing five years later, craving for more.

David Boreanaz was born on may 16th 1969 in Buffalo, New York and grew up in Philadelphia. After having seen an astonishing performance of Yul Brynner in "The king an I", he decides to become an actor at the young age of seven. In 1991, David graduated from Ithaca College with a film degree from the Roy H. Park School of Communications. His next stop would be Los Angeles and it's reality of thousands of young aspiring actors. After uncredited parts in Aspen extreme and Best of the best II in 1993, he got a modest exposure from his first part on television, in Married... with Children on Fox.

During the next two years, David appears on stage in Hatful of rain and Italian-American reconciliation and later in Fool for Love. He's doing different jobs to pay his rent like parking cars or painting houses, but luck was on his side... While walking his dog Bertha Blue in Hollywood, he was spotted by a manager that introduced him to Marcia Shulman that signed him. The following day he was auditioning for the part of Angel in the soon to be hit Buffy the vampire slayer on the WB. He landed the part and began filming the next day. After more than two years on Buffy with a growing number of fans, show creator Joss Whedon offered to David his own spin off, called after the very popular vampire with a soul : Angel.

1999 is a turning year for David, he separates from his wife Ingrid, and starts his own show, Buffy's spin off: Angel. Love was around the corner when David met Jaime at a party on valentine's day. It was love at first sight admitted David.

They were engaged in the summer of 2001 and David and Jaime got married on Thanksgiving Day latter that year during a rainy day at a "Frank Sinatra Rat Pack style hotel" as David said. On May, 1st 2002, David and Jaime were blessed by the arrival of a son, Jaden Rayne. When asked about his son's name, David replies that Jaden is because Jaime and him wanted a name with J and D in it to represent Jaime and David and the Rayne is because it rained on their wedding day. David is very concerned by his family and he admits frequently that his dad is the person he admires the most.

In 2001, David lands a big screen part as Adam Carr in the horror movie Valentine, opposite Denise Richards. The following year, he's back in theaters to show his romantic side in I'm with Lucy. 2004 is a darker year, when Angel hit the dust after five years, despite incredible save Angel fan campaigns, the show last's episode airs on may. David has been very busy since then, with movies The Crow wicked player,like These Girls, The Hard Easy and Mr. Fix It. He announced at the Halloween con held in London that he had sold a script for a new show on ABC.

He also landed recently a lead part on the new FOX drama Bones.

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Filmography
Justice League: The New Frontier (2008) (V) (voice)
Our Lady of Victory (2007)
Suffering Man’s Charity (2007)
Kingdom Hearts II (2006) (vg) (voice)
Bones (2005) TV Series
These Girls (2005)
The Hard Easy (2005)
Mr. Fix It (2006)
The Crow: Wicked Prayer (2005)
I'm with Lucy (2002)
Kingdom Hearts (2002) (vg) (voice)
Valentine (2001)
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2000) (vg)
Angel (1999) TV Series
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) TV Series
Macabre Pair of Shorts (1996)
Best of the Best 2 (1993)
Aspen Extreme (1993)

TV Guest Appearances
Buffy the Vampire Slayer "Chosen" (2003)
Buffy the Vampire Slayer "End of Days"
Baby Blues "Teddy-Cam" (2002)
Buffy the Vampire Slayer "Forever" (2001)
Buffy the Vampire Slayer "Fool for Love"
Buffy the Vampire Slayer "The Yoko Factor"
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) "Prophecy Girl"
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) "Out of Mind, out of Sight"
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) "Angel"
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) "Never Kill a Boy on the First Date"
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) "Teacher's Pet"
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) "The Harvest"
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) "Welcome to the Hellmouth"
Married... with Children (1993) "Movie Show"


Director Filmography
Bones 4.15 "The Bones That Foam" (2009)
Angel 5.10 "Soul Purpose" (2004)

Theater
Fool for Love (1996)
Italian-American reconciliation (1995)
Hatful of rain (1994)
Cowboy Mouth

Music Video
White Flag - Dido


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