Actor D. B. Woodside found his path to the performing arts after an accident. In high school, Woodside busted his knee playing football then joined the drama club, where he discover a knack and a passion for acting. In 1996, he got his professional start playing Aaron Mosely in the crime drama series "Murder One." He went on to score a string of roles in crime dramas, including "The Practice," "Snoops, and "The Division." In 2000, he earned a role in the Jet Li action-infuse crime drama feature "Romeo Must Die." Woodside's no-nonsense demeanor often led to roles of authority, including the part of Principal Robin Wood on the popular fantasy action series "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and the role of President Wayne Palmer on the acclaimed action drama "24." Since his role on "24" ended he has turned up on a string of hit shows, including "Private Practice," "Grey's Anatomy" and "Monk." In 2010, Woodside signed on to teen dramedy series, "Hellcats," which centers on the wild world of college level cheerleading competitions.