Canadian-born actor Donavon Stinson first turned heads with a notable, though small, early acting job was on the science fiction/action show "Dark Angel," created by James Cameron. Over the next few years Stinson landed bit parts in the romantic comedy "A Guy Thing," starring Jason Lee and Julia Stiles; "Ann Rule Presents: The Stranger Beside Me," one of several TV movies to be based on the work of true-crime author Rule. His increasing profile bred even more visible work, and soon enough he was appearing as various conspicuous characters and obnoxious commenters in such major Hollywood films as the frenetic superhero adventure "Fantastic Four"; the absurd "Hot Rod," starring "Saturday Night Live"'s Andy Samberg; and the second "X-Files" feature film, "The X-Files: I Want to Believe." Stinson, though, is best known for his work on the NBC sitcom "Reaper," playing an arrogant store manager who makes the lead characters' lives hell when the Devil himself (played by Ray Wise) doesn't. Stinson can also be seen in the Canadian black comedy "Call Me Fitz," about a shady used car salesman and his struggles for redemption.