English actor James Buckley is best known to audiences for his BAFTA-nominated role in the comedy series "The Inbetweeners. " Buckley discovered his love for acting at a very early age and began attending a theater school and performing before he was in his teens. Among the shows he acted in as a schoolboy were "Whistle Down the Wind" and "Les Misérables." He made his screen debut in 2001 with a guest appearance in the comedic crime series "'Orrible" and also showed up on two episodes of "Teachers" and several of the police drama "The Bill" from 2005 until 2008. With the debut of the smash hit "The Inbetweeners" in 2008, Buckley became a huge star, playing Jay Cartwright, one of four awkward friends trying to negotiate adolescence. During its three-season run he found time to co-star in the sitcom "Off The Hook." After "The Inbetweeners" ended production in 2010, the cast reunited for a theatrical film "The Inbetweeners Movie" and Buckley earned acclaim for his work in the series "Rock & Chips," a prequel to the very popular series "Only Fools and Horses." He could also be seen in the 2011 TV film "The Hunt For Tony Blair" opposite Robbie Coltrane.