Possessed with versatile talent, camera-ready charm and model good looks, it's no wonder actor Robbie Jones went from shooting hoops to making movies. An All-City basketball player for his suburban California high school, the 6'3" Jones continued playing while studying at University of California, Berkeley. He made his TV debut on the satirical "Judge Mooney" (BET, 2004), and a few years later brought real-life experience to his recurring role on "One Tree Hill" (The WB, 2003-06; The CW, 2006-2012) as high school jock Quentin Fields. He returned to the court again in 2009's "Hurricane Season," centered on a post-Katrina high school basketball team, and kept up his athleticism with his portrayal of a male cheerleader on "Hellcats" (The CW, 2010-11). His quiet charisma helped soften the darker side of his Internet entrepreneur in "Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor" (2013), a quality he also channeled for his recurring role as publisher Jordan Welland on The CW's "90210" (2008-2013). A natural performer with an easy-going smile, Robbie Jones has quickly become one of Hollywood's hottest young actors to watch.