Attractive dark-haired young actor James DeBello got his start after moving to Los Angeles at age sixteen and being discovered by an agent shortly thereafter. Possessing a handsomeness that could take...
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|Moved to Los Angeles at age 16|
|Featured in the midseason replacement series "My Guide to Becoming a Rock Star" (The WB)|
|Raised outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania|
|Co-starred in the comedy feature "Detroit Rock City"|
|Played a football player who helps his girlfriend (Monica Keena) murder her abusive stepfather (Michael Ironside) in "Crime + Punishment in Suburbia"|
|Had a guest role on an episode of "ER" (NBC)|
|Was featured in the NBC miniseries "The '60s"|
|Had a minor role in the hit comedy "American Pie"|
In 2000, DeBello played an affable football player who gets embroiled in his girlfriend's plot to kill her abusive stepfather in "Crime + Punishment in Suburbia". Leaving the task of playing the dark and mysterious young man to co-star Vincent Kartheiser, DeBello made the most of his unexpectedly complex role, fleshing out his character through a nuanced and naturalistic performance. 2000 also saw the actor playing a misogynist in training in the festival-screened independent "100 Girls", a role he managed to make his own in an unlikely endearing way. Cast as the drummer in a band in the 2002 midseason replacement series "My Guide to Beceoming a Rock Star" (The WB), DeBello would be exposed to his widest audience to date.
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