Who is DJ Qualls?
DJ Qualls is an American actor. He is best known for his roles in Breaking Bad, Supernatural, Scrubs, and Lost.
Nashville, Tennessee, the United States of America
Qualls was born Donald Joseph Qualls. At fourteen, he was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma, which stunted his growth. Nevertheless, he graduated from Coffee County Central High School and then attended King’s College London for a degree in English literature, and then enrolled at Belmont University in Nashville.
In 2020, the actor came out as gay publicly.
In 1994, Qualls appeared as an extra in Against the Wall. In 1998, he had a role in Mama Flora’s Family. In 2000, he got a bigger role in the film Road Trip, which kickstarted his career. After that, he would work as a model for brands like Prada. In 2000, he also appeared in Cherry Falls. The next year, he starred in Chasing Holden.
In 2002, he was in Comic Book Villains, Big Trouble, and Lone Star State of Mind, as well as The New Guy and The Core. He also was in Delta Farce. In 2005, he was in Hustle & Flow.
The actor has done a lot of work on television. Some memorable appearances include Monk, Scrubs, Criminal Minds, Lost, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, CSI, Numb3rs, My Name Is Earl, Breaking Bad, The Big Bang Theory, and Memphis Beat. In addition, he had a recurring role in Supernatural as Garth.
Qualls was a co-star on Legit, portraying a character with muscular dystrophy.
In 2006, he was in I’m Reed Fish. 2008 saw him appear in Familiar Strangers and The Company Man. In 2009, he would return as Kyle Edwards for Road Trip: Beer Pong and also was in All About Steve and the web series Circle of Eight. In 2010, he was in Last Day of Summer and Amigo. In 2013, he was in Small Apartments and Pawn Shop Chronicles.
In 2016, the actor was in Buster’s Mal Heart, starring Rami Malek.
On television, Qualls appeared as Josh in Scrubs in 2002, as Johnny in Lost in 2005, and was featured in Punk’d the same year. In 2006, he played Rufus in Monk and was Henry in CSI.
He would appear as Garth on Supernatural for six episodes between 2011 and 2020. In 2013, he was in Hawaii Five-O and Perception and would also get his starring role in Legit between 2013 and 2014.
Between 2014 and 2018, he portrayed Citizen Z on Z Nation, appearing as a series regular. He would also appear as the regular character Ed McCarthy in The Man in the High Castle between 2015 and 2018.
He was in Time Traveling Bong and Holywood Medium with Tyler Henry in 2016. In 2017, he played Golem in Fargo. In 2019, he was in Creepshow. In 2022, he reprised his role as Getz from Breaking Bad for Better Call Saul.
In 2016, he was nominated for the 12th Screen Actors Guild Awards alongside the ensemble cast of Hustle & Flow.
The actor was featured in the music video for Britney Spears’s Boys, and I’m Just a Kid by Simple Plan.
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