Donald Joseph, thus "DJ" Qualls is from a large family in Tennessee, but had the opportunity to study in the UK during college. Upon his return to the states, he worked in a law office and started acting in a local community theater, where he was discovered by photographer David La Chappelle. Intrigued by his youthful appearance and slight build that was, unfortunately in large part the result of chemotherapy he went through as a teen battling cancer, that discovery led DJ to do modeling campaigns for such major brands as Prada before he scored his first major acting role in the comedy Road Trip (2000). The role of dad fearing, car owning virgin Kyle Edwards made DJ a legend, both for his insane theory about peanut butter and his dog, and for the scene where he gets deflowered by a large and in charge black woman. Have a look at DJ doing the white race proud by seriously bulging out of his whitey tighties, and you'll know the chemo didn't stunt his growth everywhere! Wish the geek would have taken his undies off and given us a peek! Since then he has appeared in more than 35 films and TV shows, most notably starring in The New Guy (2002) and Delta Farce (2007), though he was nominated for a SAG award for his work in the rap drama Hustle & Flow (2005). DJ has been far more successful on the small screen than in movies, having shown up in huge hits like LOST, My Name is Earl, The Big Bang Theory, and Breaking Bad. As for the recurring stuff, he was the thirty something suffering from muscular dystrophy Billy Nugent on Jim Jefferies' based on his life sitcom Legit and the werewolf Garth Fitzgerald on Supernatural, but is likely best known as Frank Frink's best friend Ed McCarthy in Amazon's Nazi's win WW2 drama The Man in the High Castle and the arctic circle set survivor Simon Cruller in SyFy's zombie comedy Z Nation. On that one, at one point Simon sleeps shirtless while a girl watches, then gets up and has to cover himself with his blankets. If you like them pail and frail, you can't do any better! Ed, on the other hand is in a gay relationship with James Neate, which is a terrible idea while living under the Third Reich. It might be worth the risk to play with DJ's instrument! In real life, DJ is gay, too, which he announced on The Jim Jefferies Show in 2018. Live your truth, DJ! As for us, we'll be busy draining our balls to the slim and sexy DJ Qualls!