Donald Faison

A stage performer since the age of six, actor Donald Faison received his first taste of fame in the high school comedy hit "Clueless" (1995) and went on to enjoy nearly 10 seasons on the Emmy-nominated medical sitcom, "Scrubs" (NBC, 2001-08; ABC 2008-10). Faison segued from child actor to teen screen roles in gritty urban dramas like "Sugar Hill" (1994), but found more success when he showcased his quit wit and affable charm in female-centric titles like the WB series "Felicity" (WB, 1998-2002) and the film "Waiting to Exhale" (1995). While earning multiple awards for his performance alongside Zach Braff on "Scrubs," Faison also stayed busy as a voice actor for animated series and a regular player in big screen comedies, where he was able to fully display his "guy's guy" persona and natural comic flair. While maintaining a big screen presence with supporting roles in films including "Pitch Perfect" (2012) and "Kick-Ass 2" (2013), Faison continued his focus on television, starring in throwback sitcom "The Exes" (TVLand 2011-15) and working steadily on voice roles for animated series.