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He is suing the driver of a car, Oren Kaniel, that crashed into his 1999 Mercedes-Benz on the Ventura Freeway in Los Angeles, north of Western Avenue, on Aug. 3 1999. He is seeking damages for pain and suffering, medical care, loss of earnings, repairs to his car, being deprived of his car while it was fixed, and damage to his personal property. [July 2000]
Announced engagement to Jaime Bergman. [August 2001]
Married actress Jaime Bergman on Thanksgiving Day 2001 in a very private and familiar ceremony.
He was supposed to marry Jaime Bergman in September 2001, but, because of terrorists attacks on September 11, the wedding was postponed.
His wife, Jaime Bergman, gave birth to their first child, a son, Jaden Rayne. [May 2002]
Ironically, played a vampire's victim in the movie Macabre Pair of Shorts (1996).
He attended Malvern Preparatory School for Boys in Malvern, Pennsylvania.
Playing the role of Angelus on Angel (1999) for February sweeps in 2003, Boreanaz ad libbed a lot of his lines. Co-star Amy Acker said in an interview, "I think it's great; he has so much fun playing that character. It's a lot of improvisation and taking risks. You never know what he's going to say; it changes from take to take." [January 23, 2003].
Appeared with Kristine Sutherland (Joyce Summers), Nicholas Brendon (Xander), and Mark Lutz (Groosalugg) at the Angel and Buffy Convention held at the Brighton Centre in Brighton, England, 29 August, 2003.
His uncle and godfather is Art Moore. Art is also the godfather of his son, Jaden Rayne.
His favorite actress is Gwyneth Paltrow and his favorite actors are Al Pacino and Gary Oldman.
Named #2 of the Top Ten Sexiest Men of the Buffy / Angel universe in a fan poll by the Buffy the Vampire Slayer fanzine (2004).
One of two actors to appear on both first episodes of Joss Whedon's Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) and spin-off show Angel (1999) (the other being Charisma Carpenter), as well as one of two actors to appear in both last episodes of the two sister shows, the other being James Marsters (Spike).
Ranked #21 in TV Guide's list of "TV's 25 Greatest Teen Idols" (23 January 2005 issue).
Son of Philadelphia weatherman / actor Dave Roberts (David Thomas Boreanaz) and mom, Patti.
According to his friends and family, while they both share a passion for justice, a selfless desire to help others, and a strong sense of right and wrong, they say the friendly, humorous David is very little like his most famous character, the dark, brooding Angel.
He and Christian Kane are the only two actors to appear in both the very first and last episode of Angel (1999).
Is one of Christian Kane's best friends. They have been friends since before David became Angel on Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997).
His father, Dave Roberts (David Thomas Boreanaz), was known as Dave Thomas in Buffalo. He was the host of "Rocketship 7", a local children's program (which also featured "Promo the Robot"). He was also co-host of "Dialing for Dollars", another local program.
Was offered the opportunity to play "Bruce Wayne" in Batman Begins (2005) but turned it down.
If he wasn't an actor he would be an architect.
Loves animals (especially dogs).
Has two dogs named Fritz and Bertha Blue.
Before he pursued a career in acting, he had the opportunity to train with Jack Lambert of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
He has two older sisters named Beth Boreanaz and Bo Boreanaz. His sister, Bo, is married to Jonathon Slavin.
He has a niece named Caledonia, born in 1994 and a nephew named Griffin, born in 1997.
When he was a child, his family moved to Villanova, PA in 1978, when his father got a job on WPVI, Channel 6.
Attended Rosemont School of the Holy Child and graduated at age 14 in 1983.
Awarded the Young Alumni award in 2001 from Ithaca College.
His son, Jaden Rayne, was born on May 1st 2002 at 12.59am, weighing 8lb 9oz.
Likes to collect different sorts of London style shoes.
Loves to cook healthy meals. Discussed his culinary abilities while cooking sardines with Martha Stewart as her talk show guest.
Before becoming an actor he worked as a parking attendant, house painter, handing out towels in a sports club, and props department assistant.
According to a December, 2006, New York Times article, Boreanaz grew angry about playground bullying when he was young, and went on to become offensive end and defensive back for his Catholic high school football team. Fortunately for his fans, he decided to become an actor rather than a professional athlete.
As a kid, he was a ball boy for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Was bullied as a child; later became a strapping offensive end and a defensive back for his Catholic high school's football team, the Malvern Prep Friars.
His favorite hockey team is the Philadelphia Flyers. He frequently calls into WIP Sports Talk, in Philadelphia, to talk about them.
His paternal grandparents, Henery H. Boreanaz and Mildred Piteo, were of Italian descent (Boreanaz is a Northern Italian surname). His maternal grandfather had Irish, German, French, and Swiss ancestry, and his maternal grandmother was of Slovak descent.
Announced that he and wife, Jaime Bergman, are expecting their second child [March 11, 2009].
David has a Kanji tattoo on each wrist, one means "Soul" and the other means "Destiny". His wife, Jaime Bergman has the matching tattoos. You can see them in two Angel (1999) episodes - Angel: Lullaby (2001) and Angel: Orpheus (2003). The tattoo makes it first appearance in Bones: The Man in the Bear (2005), at the end while he's trying to eat breakfast with Dr. Brennan.
Announced that the baby he and his wife are expecting in September 2009 is a girl [July 27, 2009].
Daughter, Bardot Vita Boreanaz, born August 31, 2009. She weighed 7 lbs. 14 oz.
Was the original choice for the character Matt Addison in Resident Evil (2002), but turned down the part due to scheduling conflicts with his TV series Angel (1999).
Is very good friends with his Bones (2005) co-star Emily Deschanel.
Admitted his infidelity with Tiger Woods mistress, Rachel Uchitel [May 4, 2010].
The sexual-harassment lawsuit, brought against him by Kristina Hagan, has been settled. His attorney was Marty Singer [March 30, 2011].
His mother is a travel agent and his father is weatherman for ABC owned WPVI-TV.
Hershey PA - David and his father, Dave Roberts were awarded the 2011 Gold Medal by the PA Association of Broadcasters at the Hershey Hotel. This was the first, and possibly only time, that father and son will be honored with this award. [May 2011]
[on missing Sarah Michelle Gellar] "I loved working with Sarah... Sarah is great. A great person. Without Sarah I wouldn't be standing here right now. So I owe her a lot."
[From Late Show with David Letterman (1993) on his view on L.A.] "I see L.A. as a beautiful blonde with dirty underwear"
"I'd have to say, I can share Cordelia's pain".
"[on the subject of hipness] It's just one of those things. It's like buttering an English muffin. An English muffin is hip. Because it's so good".
[on appearing as Angel in the very last Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) episode:] "I pretty much slid right back in. It was another day of work. I'm not big with reunions, but it was fine."
[on his divorce from Ingrid Quinn:] It was great at first, but soon became a real burden. Ingrid found it tough to cope with the fact that all of a sudden I'd become public property as opposed to her husband. [June 9, 2003]
[When told that Amy Acker told a reporter that he sometimes flashes his fellow stars:] "Yeah, I pull my trousers down in the middle of a serious take to see if they can keep a straight face. I need to lighten the moment, I guess."
[on hearing that The WB, which canceled the series, has offered to return to Angel (1999) with occasional TV movies or a miniseries] "As far as returning to the show for a reunion, I could probably put that to bed now: I have no interest in doing that. It would have to be a bigger challenge, rather than going back to something." (May 13, 2004)
[on being cast in Bones (2005)] I have love and admiration for what I've done in the past, but I'm looking forward to playing this character, Seeley Booth. He's a simple guy on the outside - a cheeseburger and black cup of coffee guy. Inside, he's conflicted. (September 13, 2005)
[on the sexual tension between Booth and Brennan in Bones (2005)] The potential for their personal lives entering into their professional lives is, I just think, dynamic. I think we all remember when we would watch Moonlighting (1985). You never remembered what crimes the characters were solving and, to me, that is character work. (November 22, 2006)
[on almost turning down the part of Seeley in Bones (2005)] I had a difficult first meeting with [the producers] because I'm pretty frank. I was kind of in the mentality of, "This is who I am. This is me. I can offer this. But you don't have your leading lady yet." ... For me, I come from a stock of family [where] my handshake is better than a contract. And I've gotten burnt a lot on that, but I wear my heart on my sleeve and I will continue to. ... I looked at it as an opportunity to take a character, mold him and take a lot of chances. ... I personally am kind of sticking towards the attitude of what it's like to walk the fine line of potentially having a '69 Chevelle with a 396 under the hood and 375 horsepower, and the fine line of being correct as an FBI officer. (November 22, 2006)