In 2010, it came out that David had cheated on his wife Jaime Bergman. The couple worked through this time and are still married as of 2012.
David was a celebrity blogger for the nhl.com website for the 2008 Stanley Cup Playoffs as a follower of the Philadelphia Flyers, in spite of the fact that he grew up a fan of the Buffalo Sabres.
Before becoming an actor, David worked as a parking attendant, house painter, props department assistant, and the guy who hands out towels in a sports club.
David was chosen as one of People Magazine's "Sexiest Men Alive" for 2007.
David is in a total of 166 episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel combined. This is by far the highest number of appearances in the Buffyverse. He is also the only actor to appear in the pilots and finales of both Buffy and Angel and one of only three actors to be in the cast of both shows. He was paid $60 thousand per episode for Buffy and $70 thousand per episode for Angel.
David married Ingrid Quinn on June 7, 1997, but they divorced in 1999.
He met his current wife Jaime Bergman at the premiere of his film I'm With Lucy, and they were married on November 24, 2001. They had planned to wed in September, but delayed the ceremony due to the terrorist attacks on September 11.
Their son, Jaden Rayne Boreanaz, was born on May 1st, 2002 at 12.59am, weighing 8 lbs. 9oz..
Their daughter, Bardot Vita Boreanaz, born August 31, 2009. She weighed 7 lbs. 14 oz..
When David moved out to California, he and his father took a 2 week road trip. He really enjoyed the time with his dad. He stayed with his sister and slept on her couch.
David stars in the 2006 movie Mr. Fix It, which went straight to DVD on January 23, 2007.
David has a number of phobias. He is phobic about enclosed spaces (claustrophobia), heights(acrophobia), waterfalls, and chickens.
David was the first one cast for the show Bones.
David once stated that if he hadn't become an actor he would have liked to be an architect.
David's wife, Jaime Bergman, is a model as well as an actress. She has appeared in films such as Gone in Sixty Seconds, Soulkeeper, and Dark Wolf. She also appeared in one episode of David's show Angel. She was in the episode, Time Bomb, in the shows fifth and last season.
David was discovered in Hollywood, California by a producer who noticed his brooding and intense looks while he was walking his dog.
David was ranked #2 of the "Top Ten Sexiest Men of the Buffy/Angel universe" in a fan poll by the Buffy the Vampire Slayer fanzine in 2004.
David was ranked #21 in TV Guide's list of "TV's 25 Greatest Teen Idols" in its January 2005 issue.
David loves to wear funky socks. Even in suits, he'll still have outrageous designs or bold colors on them.
According to his friends and family, while they both share a passion for justice, a selfless desire to help others, and a strong sense of right and wrong, they say the friendly, humorous David is very little like his most famous character, the dark, brooding Angel.
David sued the driver of a car, Oren Kaniel, that crashed into David's 1999 Mercedes-Benz on the Ventura Freeway in Los Angeles, north of Western Avenue, on Aug. 3, 1999. He sought damages for pain and suffering, medical care, loss of earnings, repairs to his car, being deprived of his car while it was fixed, and damage to his personal property.
David enjoys old cars, old watches, and anything else that is vintage.
Some of David's hobbies are hiking, mountain biking, reading, and music.
David attended Malvern Prep. High School in Philadelphia, PA.
David thinks of himself as a lighthearted, fun, funny, humorous guy.
David doesn't like to watch himself on camera.
David likes collecting different sorts of London style shoes.
David appears fully nude in his 2005 movie, These Girls. He also appears nude in the final scene of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode "Faith, Hope and Trick" (3x03). Since this was on television, however, the scene was shot such that none of the "R rated" portions of his anatomy were visible.
David has a Kanji tattoo on each wrist, one means "Soul" and the other means "Destiny". His wife, Jaime, has the same tattoos.
In 1999, David was on People magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People" list.
David appeared in an ad campaign for PETA. The ad featured a picture of him and his dogs, Fritz and Bertha Blue, along with a tagline that read "Be your dogs' angel. Play with them … take them for nice long walks … don't ever chain them."
David is 6ft 0.5in tall.
Some of David's favorites:
Favorite sports: golf, basketball, and football
Favorite actors: Al Pacino and Gary Oldman
Favorite actress: Gwyneth Paltrow
Favorite band: The Grateful Dead
Favorite food: eggs benedict and philly cheese steak sandwiches
David has two sisters, Beth and Bo.
David is the son of Philadelphia weatherman, Dave Roberts and his wife Patti. Mr. Roberts was also known as Dave Thomas when he worked in Buffalo, but his birth name is David Thomas Boreanaz.
As well as being the weatherman for WKBW Channel 7 in Buffalo, Dave Thomas was also the host of Rocketship 7, a children's program of the mid 60's and early 70's, watched by hundreds of thousands of western NY and southern Ontario children for years.
David has done voice work in two video games. He voiced the character of Squall Leonhart in Kingdom Hearts, and Angel in the 2002 XBox game Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Appeared in the 1993 film, Aspen Extreme, but was not credited for his appearance.
His first apperiance on TV was on the series Married... With Children as Kelly's biker boyfriend "Frank" in the episode "Movie Show" (7x22).
Curiously, the actress Julie Benz, who played the vampire "Darla" (the character who turned Angel into a vampire), on Angel and Buffy the Vampire Slayer also got her start on Married... With Children playing "Sascha" in the episode "Field Of Screams" (8x19).
David appeared in the fourth Crow film, The Crow: Wicked Prayer, as the villain, Luc Crash. The film was released direct to DVD on July 19th 2005.
David appeared in Dido's music video for the song White Flag.
David is of Italian and Czech descent.
Though David's character, Angel, was in the original pilot script for Buffy the Vampire Slayer, he was not included in the unaired version of the pilot which was shown to WB executives to sell the series concept.
In November of 1998 David was sued by a former landlord for "trashing" the house he was renting. David denied the charges.
Art Moore, of the band Singing Tramps, is David's uncle and godfather. Art is also godfather to David's son, Jaden.
David: (on Comic-Con) I remember being at Comic-Con in 1999 when it first started getting big. It was a small venue, and it was bizarre to see all these interesting fans who come out and really support you, but there were some that were just a little too into it. I think you just take them for what they are -- and kind of just keep a safe distance. I've always been afraid someone's going to attack you, you know, like jump through the crowd.
David: (jokingly offering advice for giving a interview at Comic-Con) Just don't laugh at Wonder Woman. It's a guy.
David: (in response to his infidelity to his wife) In a sacred ground like marriage, you find yourself out of it at certain times for reasons unknown that can be destructive. There could be a demon that kind of comes out and overtakes you.
David Boreanaz: (asked: Have you ever played Cupid?) No. I believe in letting each person find what they need and not getting involved with their destiny.
David Boreanaz: They just don't like me, and I love that. It's like, "I'm Derek Jeter and I'm playing in your house. Don't like me," and I applaud that....
David Boreanaz: I was always one who was clowning around in school and getting in trouble.
David Boreanaz: (on appearing as Angel in the very last Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode) I pretty much slid right back in. It was another day of work. I'm not big with reunions, but it was fine.
David Boreanaz: I want to make films and write films, which will happen, I'm just taking a different route right now. I'm a bit of a chameleon with the whole entertainment industry so to speak.
David Boreanaz: Shooting a television show can be very difficult and at times can really wear on you. If you keep reminding yourself that it is a job and you show up together as a team and as a whole, you can prevail.
David Boreanaz: I loved working with Sarah [Michelle Gellar]... Sarah is great. A great person. Without Sarah I wouldn't be standing here right now. So I owe her a lot.
David Boreanaz: I see L.A. as a beautiful blonde with dirty underwear