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David Boreanaz

David Boreanaz

His television productions include directing and producing ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ as well as playing Angel, David Boreanaz an emotionally anguished vampire. In spite of being involved in several TV and film productions, it was his portrayal of the vampire with a human soul that made his career stand out. As an actor in ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’, he was especially appreciated for his role.

‘Angel’ was a spin-off television series, in which Angel played a vampire seeking redemption as a result of Angel’s popularity. His interest in acting led him to study cinema and photography in college. With athletic built and good looks, the promising young actor made a guest appearance on ‘Married…With Children’. By chance, he would become famous around the world because of a role he would play. When he was walking his dog in his neighborhood, a neighbor noticed him and recommended him. In this way, Angel became the mysterious vampire who had a human soul.


Childhood and Early Life

Patti Boreanaz and Dave Roberts gave birth to him in New York. He took part in ‘Rocket Ship 7’, a children’s television show hosted by his father. Having his father in the show business early in life exposed David to it.

The Rosemont School of the Holy Child was his previous school before attending Malvern Preparatory School. Football was his favorite sport as a youngster.

Acting was a passion of his since he was a child, and he had some exposure to the show business. In his teenage years, he decided he wanted to become an actor. After studying cinema and photography at Ithaca College, he graduated in 1991.

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The actor moved to Los Angeles after graduating from college. His first appearances on television were small and uncredited. One episode of ‘Married…With Children’ featured him as Kelly’s cheating biker boyfriend.

Even though he appeared in several television series in small roles, he was mainly unknown. A talent scout noticed him walking his dog in the neighborhood, offering him the role of Angel in the series ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’. This role was played by him until 2003.

It was a multidimensional character he played, Angel. Being cursed with a human soul, he felt all the emotions a human goes through. It was his perfect portrayal of the tormented vampire that made him synonymous with the role.

‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ owes a lot of its success to him. ‘Angel’, in which David played the titular role, was Whedon’s decision to spin off Buffy. In the years 1999-2004, the show aired.

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Also appeared in this 2001 slasher film as Adam Carr. A high school student who humiliated a classmate publicly is later revenged by an enraged classmate.

A romantic comedy titled “I’m With Lucy” featured him as Luke in 2002. His role in this film was as a doctor on a date with the hero’s girlfriend.

‘Bones’, a crime comedy drama television series that premiered in 2005, marks his first appearance as FBI Agent Seeley Booth. Kathy Reichs is a forensic anthropologist whose writings and works loosely inspired the series.

The 2007 comedy/horror film Ghost Writer shows him in the role of Sebastian, an aspiring writer pursued by John, an eccentric music teacher. John becomes jealous David Boreanaz of Sebastian when he starts dating a woman.

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In the film, ‘The Mighty Macs,’ he played Ed Rush, a basketball coach who was a hall of famer. 2009 was the year of the film’s premiere.

He appeared in the television series ‘Family Guy’ in 2010 and in the episode ‘Less Money, More Problems’ in ‘American Dad!’ in 2012.

Major Works

The emotionally troubled vampire Angel is played by David Boreanaz in the highly successful vampire series ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’. The role of the character fit him perfectly because he was tall, handsome and brooding.


Awards and Achievements

In 2000, 2003, and 2004, he won three Saturn Awards for his role in the television series Angel.

Personal Life and Legacy

Ingrid Quinn was his wife between 1997 and 1999.

His subsequent relationship and marriage to the lovely actress Jaime Bergman occurred in 2001. Two children are born to the couple.

Rachel Uchitel, his wife’s second child’s mother, admitted to having an affair with him.


It was Tiger Woods’ ex-wife with whom this television actor cheated on his pregnant wife.

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