A. J. Buckley

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A. J. Buckley
BornAaron John Buckley
(1978-02-09) February 9, 1978 (age 34)
Dublin, Ireland
OccupationActor
 
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A. J. Buckley
BornAaron John Buckley
(1978-02-09) February 9, 1978 (age 34)
Dublin, Ireland
OccupationActor

Aaron John "A. J." Buckley (born February 9, 1978) is an Irish-born, Canadian-reared television and film actor.[1]

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Early life

Buckley immigrated at the age of six with his family from Ireland to White Rock, British Columbia.[2]

In his teens, Buckley began his acting career in the television series The Odyssey followed by guest starring roles in The X-Files and Millennium.[3][4]

Career

Buckley appeared in the 1998 thriller science fiction film, Disturbing Behavior, alongside actress Katie Holmes. In 2005, Buckley was offered the part of Adam Ross on the hit crime drama CSI: NY. The part was supposed to be a recurring role, but by the end of the show's third season in 2007 he was offered a five-year contract. Before receiving the role of Adam Ross, Buckley had appeared as a different character on the original CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in a 2004 episode.[2][5]

In 2006, the film Jimmy and Judy was released, the first fully interactive 3D cyber world. When the CSI: NY episode featuring Buckley aired in 2006, director Randall K. Rubin called Buckley to discuss the success of an episode of CSI: NY, entitled "Down the Rabbit Hole" and the internet activity it had generated for Buckley. Harold Whaley, program director for Urban Network, suggested the idea of an in-world premiere featuring Buckley as a guest host and panelist for a post screening Q&A.[6]

Personal life

Between 2007 and 2008 was in a relationship with actress Sharni Vinson.[7][8][9]

Filmography

YearTitleRoleNotes
1998Disturbing BehaviorCharles "Chug" Roman
2000The In CrowdWayne
2001The ForsakenMike
XCU: Extreme Close UpTerrance 'T-Bone' Tucker
Extreme DaysWill Davidson
2002Scream at the Sound of the BeepPeter
10:30 Check-OutAlex
Blue CarPat
WishcraftHowie
Girl FeverJesse
NightstalkerSomo
2004In Enemy HandsU.S.S. Swordfish: Medical Officer
Wild RoomiesReno Rizzolla
2006Jimmy and JudyBuddy
You Did What?Greg Porter
Happy FeetAdditional Voices
Walking Tall: The PaybackHarvey Morris
2007The Last Sin EaterAngor Forbes
The BoxDanny Schamus
2010SkatelandTeddy Tullos
Christmas MailMatt Sanders
2011Doomsday ProphecyEric Fox
2012North of HellPre-production[10]

Television

YearTitleRoleNotes
1994The Disappearance of VonnieRobbieTV Movie
1995Are You Afraid of the Dark?Lonnie1 episode: "The Tale of the Manaha"
1996The X FilesThe 'Dude'1 episode: "War of the Coprophages"
1997MillenniumJosh Comstock1 episode: "Weeds" (uncredited)
North of 60Ricky1 episode: "Ghosts"
1998Night Man1 episode: "It Came from Out of the Sky"
1999In a Class of His OwnJake MattesonTV Movie
2000NYPD BlueRoger Lundquist1 episode: "Goodbye Charlie"
2001Jack & JillMitch1 episode: "And Nothing But the Truth"
MotocrossedJimmy BottlesTV Movie
Murphy's DozenSean MurphyTV Movie
2002HauntedBrian Hewitt1 episode: "Grevious Angels"
2003Without a TraceRichie Dobson1 episode: "Underground Railroad"
The DistrictGaines1 episode: "The Kindness of Strangers"
Silent WarningsLayne VossimerTV movie
2004CSI: Crime Scene InvestigationTed Martin1 episode: "Crow's Feet"
The CollectorThe Devil / Bill Diggs1 episode: "The Old Man"
2005ManticorePvt. SulleyTV Movie
Fat ActressMcG Stand-In1 episode: "Charlies Angels or Too Pooped to Pop"
2005–presentCSI: NYAdam Ross127 episodes as credited, but didn't actually appear in all of them
20062010SupernaturalEd Zeddmore4 episodes: "Hell House", "Ghostfacers", "It's a Terrible Life", "Hammer of the Gods"
2007EntourageDave1 episode: "Snow Job"
BonesDan1 episode: "The Glowing Bones in 'The Old Stone House'"
20082009Wolverine and the X-MenToad / Mortimer Toynbee4 episodes: "Hindsight: Part 2", "Time Bomb", "Battle Lines", "Backlash" (voice only)
2009The Super Hero Squad ShowToad, Klaw, Batroc the Leaper4 episodes: "Hulk Talk Smack!", "A Brat Walks Among Us", "Deadly Is the Black Widow's Bite", "Stranger from a Savage Land" (voice only)

References

  1. ^ "A.J. Buckley: Biography, Latest News & Videos". TV Guide. Retrieved January 26, 2009.
  2. ^ a b Levine, Sheri (January 26, 2009). "A.J. Buckley's blinding fans with science". Canwest News Service. Retrieved February 11, 2009.
  3. ^ "A.J. Buckley--CSI: NY". CTV. Retrieved February 11, 2009.
  4. ^ De Leon, Kris (August 22, 2007). "A.J. Buckley Becomes a Regular on CSI: NY". BuddyTV. Retrieved February 11, 2009.
  5. ^ CSI: NY star AJ Buckley says strike 'hurting everybody'". CTV. Retrieved February 11, 2009.
  6. ^ "Jimmy and Judy and Second Life Hit The Big Screen". (January 8, 2008). Urban Network. Retrieved February 11, 2009.
  7. ^ "Soap star's airport rendezvous". (September 17, 2007). The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved February 23, 2012.
  8. ^ "Sharni Vinson's US acting career looking up". (April 3, 2008). The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved February 23, 2012.
  9. ^ "Sharni Vinson, AJ Buckley break up, Jade MacRae in love". (July 4, 2008). The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved February 23, 2012.
  10. ^ Buckley, A. J. (December 2011/January 2012). "Before the Scene: Peter Bogdanovich". Scene (Louisiana's Entertainment Magazine), p. 20. Retrieved February 14, 2012.

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