Drew Fuller

American actor and former model Drew Fuller was born on May 19, 1980 in Atherton, California. Growing up in the nearby town of Newport Beach, he was discovered by an agent when he was just twelve years old, after a family friend put him on the cover of UCLA magazine. He decided to wait, however, and only entered the modeling world head on at age 16. He quickly rose up the ranks and became a sought-after model, posing for campaigns for lines such as Prada and Tommy Hilfiger. He also starred in several television commercials. Fuller started acting in 1999, initially playing guest roles on television shows such as Partners, Black Sash and The OC. He became prominent in 2003, when he joined the cast of the fantasy series Charmed. The show’s fans might remember him as Chris Halliwell, the grown son of Piper (Holly Marie Combs) and Leo (Brian Krause), who goes to the past to get the two back together before he ceases to exist, as well as to save his older brother Wyatt from evil hands. He played the role until the final season in 2006. His next regular television role came in 2007, when he starred in the hit drama Army Wives. He played the role of specialist Trevor LeBlanc, the new husband of one of the protagonists, Roxy Brooks (Sally Pressman). Fuller has also appeared in several films. He made his debut in 2000, when he starred in the direct-to-video horror thriller “Voodoo Academy.” He has since moved on to star in the films “Angels Don’t Sleep Here,” “One,” “Close Call,” “The Ultimate Gift,” “Blonde Ambition” and “Loaded.” He also appeared in several music videos, first for the Calling’s “Wherever You Will Go” in 2001, and later appearing in music videos for Lindsay Lohan and Jennifer Love Hewitt.

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