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In January 2008, he made his film debut in the Disney Channel Original Movie Minutemen where he played the villainous role of Derek Beauguard.
In 2009, Mc Queen was cast as Jeremy Gilbert in the CW's television adaptation of L. Smith's The Vampire Diaries novels and starred for the first six seasons until 2015.
There's also a little bit of talk about expanding the family sometime in the future.
Dating throughoutnews broke in May that the pair ended their relationship. They have always been super supportive of one another and let's face it their nice words about each other makes us miss when these two were an item.
One of my favorite scenes is coming up in [this] episode, directed by Paul Wesley.
'They met awhile back, they started dating pretty quickly, lots of attraction there,' a source told Us Weekly.
While Dobrev and Somerhalder took their on-screen relationship to a whole new level by becoming a couple in real life, it's not impossible for "The Vampire Diaries" heroine to date Wesley either. Week one of The pair have been engaged since January but kept schtum about the date of their nuptials. It really was all about the food, the dancing, and the love. If you think The Vampire Diaries romances are hard to keep track of on-screen, just try to keep straight all of the TVD cast members who have dated each other off-screen.
"I felt kind of like the new kid in school, coming in mid-school year," she told Hollywood Crush. ' and we ended up laughing the whole entire day and things haven't changed. We both have that friendship going." Like any good BFF, Malese had plenty of funny stories about working with Steven ("Oh, Steven would hate me if I told you this story!
Not only is the audience at home watching on [the edge of] their seats, but so are we.
It keeps things fresh, and you're always doing your best.
He guest-starred on a number of television series including Without a Trace, CSI: Miami and Numb3rs.
One of his most notable roles to date was a recurring role as Kyle Hunter for seven episodes of the fourth and final season of The WB drama Everwood from 2005 to 2006.