“When it was done James turned to me and said he was going to be a movie star someday.
There was a moment of clarity, and I could tell he was serious.
When a twenty-something computer geek inadvertently downloads critical government secrets into his brain, the C. Dulé Hill played a character named Preston in She's All That (1999).
A running gag in the series, is that Gus (Dulé Hill) played Bud on The Cosby Show (1984), a character who was actually played by Deon Richmond.
"Unlike everyone else around here, I'm not fooled by the fact that you wear grownup clothes, have mastered the rudimentary levels of communication, and somehow manage to feed yourselves. So do me a favor and let the grownups do their work."A criminal profiler who uses psychology to solve cases.
He made investments after the housing crisis which made him a multi-millionaire.
He's developed his skills by studying and reading but lies about his credentials because he was bored and thought profiling looked fun.
When a contestant on a reality dating show is in a car accident that wasn't an accident, Shawn & Gus are hired to find out who is causing problems on the show.James Roday brings his character, Shawn Spencer, a laid back cynical sleuth to life.The witty dialogue is enough to keep anyone entertained for the duration of every episode so far.He and his band mate Riley Berton even paid tribute to The Sundays by recording the band’s single “24 Hours.” That recording can be found on You Tube.magazine named Roday to its 100 Most Beautiful People list in 2007. I did this photo shoot in the middle of the Hollywood Hills, poolside, wearing a tie and no shoes, and two girls in bikini's on either side of me -- yeah, it's a little silly.“"I thought it was kind of silly,” admitted Roday about the distinction to In all its surrealism, you realize OK, wow, somebody, somewhere has taken enough interest to do this and that feels good.".I was about 12 or 13, so I committed to it pretty early on," said Roday in an interview with He Wants to Play the Ultimate Conspirator on Stage Roday, who got his star on the stage at New York University, says his dream role is portraying Cassius, one of Julius Caesar’s conspirators, in William Shakespeare’s play He’s Really a Rodriguez Roday’s real name is James David Rodriguez, but he had to change it because there was already another “James Rodriguez,” a dancer, in the Screen Actors Guild. “At the time I happened to be doing a production of is, sort of, the golden ticket.