David's first acting role came in the sitcom called Married With Children as Kelly's biker boyfriend Frank, but his big break came when he was cast in the series Buffy the Vampire Slayer alongside Sarah Michelle Gellar, Alyson Hannigan, Anthony Stewart Head, Amber Benson, Emma Caulfield, James Marsters and Nicholas Brendon, after being spotted by a producer while walking his dog. In the tv series, he played the mysterious Angel, a vampire with a soul.
He starred in Buffy The Vampire Slayer - Season 1, Buffy The Vampire Slayer - Season 2 and Buffy The Vampire Slayer - Season 3 with periodical returns during the time David was doing his own series of Angel. Other Buffy series that starred David are - Buffy The Vampire Slayer - The Slayer Collection: Spike, Buffy The Vampire Slayer - The Slayer Collection: Faith, Buffy The Vampire Slayer - The Slayer Collection: Willow, Buffy The Vampire Slayer - The Slayer Collection: Angel,Buffy The Vampire Slayer - Dawn, Buffy The Vampire Slayer - Xander and Buffy The Vampire Slayer - Giles.
The show became very successful, so this led to David starring in a spin-off series called Angel, which gave the character of Angel a chance to evolve and concentrated on Angel's battle for redemption. Charisma Carpenter and Alexis Denisof and then later with Mercedes McNab and James Marsters from Buffy fame joined him on this superb show with Glenn Quinn, Amy Acker, Andy Hallett and J. August Richards.
The series are Angel - Season One, Angel - Season Two, Angel - Season Three, Angel - Season Four and Angel - Season Five, Angel - The Vampire Anthology - Cordelia, Angel - The Vampire Anthology - Gunn, Angel - The Vampire Anthology - Fred and Angel - The Vampire Anthology - Wesley.
David also had the lead role in the slasher flick called Valentine as Adam Carr and the pyschopath called Jeremy Melton, alongside Denise Richards, Jessica Capshaw, Marley Shelton and Katherine_Heigl.html">Katherine Heigl.
He also appeared in the music video for singer Dido's "White Flag", and was the voice of Leon (also known as Squall Leonhart) in the video game Kingdom Hearts.
Another big role is where David stars opposite Emily Deschanel and Michaela Conlin as FBI special agent Seeley Booth on Bones - Season 1, Bones - Season 2, Bones - Season 3, Bones - Season 4 and Bones - Season 5.
David has appeared in the canadian film called These Girls as a biker called Keith Clark with Caroline Dhavernas and Holly Lewis.
Other film roles include I'm With Lucy as Luke, Mr. Fix It as Lance opposite Alana De La Garza and Scoot McNairy, Crow, The - Wicked Prayer as Luc Crash along with Edward Furlong and Tara Reid, Ghost Writer as Sebastien alongside Alan Cumming and Anne Heche, The Hard Easy as Roger Hargitay with Henry Thomas and Vera Farmiga and in Suffering Man's Charity also as a character called Sebastian.
David also voiced the part of Hal Jordan in the DC Comics animated film called Justice League: The New Frontier.
David Boreanaz has also starred in the film - Our Lady Of Victory as Ed Rush with Carla Gugino, Ellen Burstyn and Marley Shelton.
David Boreanaz - what members say
review by A customer from Salisbury, England
Disc Six - Excellent 5 March 2004
review by from south wales
Loved it 19 February 2007
review by PaulaWestwood from Mossley, Lancs.
Another good U.S. series.... 30 March 2007
David Boreanaz - filmography
David Boreanaz facts
5 most recent filmsBones - Season 8 - Blu-ray - 5.0 stars
Bones - Season 8 - 3.5 stars
Officer Down - 2.5 stars
Officer Down - Blu-ray - 2.5 stars
Bones - Season 7 - 4.0 stars
5 highest-rated filmsBones - Season 5 - 4.5 stars
Bones - Season 4 - 4.5 stars
Bones - Season 2 - 4.5 stars
Bones - Season 3 - 4.5 stars
Bones - Season 5 - Blu-ray - 4.5 stars
5 lowest-rated filmsThe Hard Easy - 2.5 stars
Mr. Fix It - 2.5 stars
These Girls - 3.5 stars
Bones - Season 8 - 3.5 stars
Bones - Season 6 - Blu-ray - 4.5 stars
Most frequent co-starsCharisma Carpenter - 331 times - show films
J. Richards - 178 times - show films
Amy Acker - 149 times - show films
Alyson Hannigan - 133 times - show films
Sarah Michelle Gellar - 133 times - show films
Most frequent directorsJoss Whedon - 53 times - show films
James A. Contner - 46 times - show films
Ian Toynton - 33 times - show films
none - 28 times - show films
Bruce Seth Green - 24 times - show films