After experiencing the all-too-common disappointments of unaired pilots and failed television series, actor Dave Annable finally enjoyed success on a highly-touted drama alongside a revered ensemble cast. Having walked the boards in New York's theater scene and landed a bit of commercial work, the young actor made his network television debut with a 2002 guest spot on the police drama "Third Watch" (NBC, 1999-2005). A small part in the Brittany Murphy romantic drama "Little Black Book" (2004) preceded his being cast in the ensemble mystery "Reunion" (Fox, 2005-06). Although that show lasted less than a full season, Annable faired far better as a member of another expansive cast - one that included acclaimed actress Sally Field, no less - in the family drama "Brothers & Sisters" (ABC, 2006-2011). Despite working alongside several more recognizable faces, he impressed critics and audiences as the youngest son, Justin Walker, a traumatized Afghanistan War veteran, returned home to make good. As the show completed its five-season run, Annable was also seen in theaters opposite Anna Faris in the romantic comedy "What's Your Number?" (2011). Handsome, affable and talented, Annable excelled in whatever role came his way.