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John Francis Daley: I Asked My Mom For An Agent When I Was Seven

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John Francis Daley is now in his seventh season co-starring on ‘Bones’ as Dr. Lance Sweets. On tonight's episode, he gets hit on by the new lab intern.

Fun facts about John Francis Daley: (Source: Wikipedia)

1) He is an American television and film actor and screenwriter sometimes credited as John Daley or John Francis Daly. He is best known for playing Sam Weir on the NBC comedy-drama Freaks and Geeks and his current role as Dr. Lance Sweets on the series Bones, for which he is nominated for a 2014 PRISM Award. He plays keyboards and sings for the band Dayplayer. In 2011, Daley co-wrote the box office hit Horrible Bosses.

2) Daley began acting at age three when he was cast as "Young Tommy" in the U.S. and international tours of the Broadway hit The Who's Tommy. He played Sam Weir, protagonist of the "Geeks", in the television series Freaks and Geeks, and since then he has worked continuously in television, including series such as The Geena Davis Show, Boston Public, Regular Joe, Kitchen Confidential, Judging Amy, and Spin City. He was #94 on VH1's 100 Greatest Teen Stars.

3) In 2013, Daley co-wrote The Incredible Burt Wonderstone with his writing partner Jonathan Goldstein; Daley also has cameo in the film as a paramedic. The two have also been hired to write Cal of the Wild for DreamWorks Studios. Cal of the Wild is reportedly a comedy that riffs on reality TV, particularly Survivor.[9] John plays Ben House in Rapture-Palooza.

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