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Representing the Generation Z male trend, the tall and handsome DJ Qualls, who was born and raised in Tennessee, has been part of many hit projects and shows including ‘Hustle and Flow,’ ‘The Core,’ and ‘Scrubs. ’ The young and talented DJ Qualls currently splits his time between Los Angeles and New York, and has been successful in his career, which has gone on for over a decade.
Donald Joseph Qualls (born June 10, 1978) is an American actor. He is best known for his work in films including Road Trip (2000), The New Guy and The Core (2003), and for several appearances on television series such as Breaking Bad, Supernatural, Scrubs, Lost, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and The Big Bang Theory. (Source:
DJ Qualls grew up in the small city of Manchester in Tennessee, USA, one of five children. After studying in the UK at King's College, University of London, he returned to Tennessee where he began acting in a local theatre. During that time, he was discovered by photographers David La Chappelle and Steve Klein, which led to modeling work for Prada, as well as other advertising campaigns. In addition to his professional accomplishments, Qualls is proud to be a cancer survivor and an advocate for cancer research and awareness. Qualls made his feature film debut in Road Trip (2000). Qualls is also seen in the comedy thriller Cherry Falls (2000), in which he co-stars with Jay Mohr, Brittany Murphy, and Gabriel Mann in a story of the killings of virgins in a small town high school. His earlier credits include the miniseries Mama Flora's Family (1998), based on the book by Alex Haley, and "Against The Wall". (Source: www.amazon.com)
DJ Qualls was first seen in the HBO film, ‘Against the Wall,’ as an extra. He landed a minor role in ‘Mama Flora’s Family,’ the miniseries where he portrayed Jason. He is renowned for playing a shy virgin Kyle Edwards in ‘Road Trip,’ the road sex comedy film; for portraying Shelby in ‘Hustle & Flow,’ the drama film; for appearing as Theodore Donald "Rat" Finch; a computer hacker in ‘The Core,’ the science fiction disaster film, and for starring as Dizzy Gillespie Harrison in ‘The New Guy,’ the teen comedy film. Some of Qualls’s notable television credits include ‘The Big Bang Theory,’ the television sitcom ‘Supernatural,’ the dark fantasy television series ‘Lost,’ the drama television series ‘Breaking Bad,’ the neo-western crime drama television series ‘Scrubs,’ the medical comedy-drama television series and ‘CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,’ the procedural forensics crime drama television series. (Source: www.throughtheclutter.com)