Donald Faison began acting on stage at age 5 but didn't appear in his first movie, Juice, until his late teens. After a succession of small film parts, he made a big impression in the comedy Clueless and reprised his role on the spin-off TV series. Although Faison enjoyed high-profile stints on Sabrina the Teenage Witch and Felicity, he didn't become a star until he landed the role of a cocky doctor on the wacky sitcom Scrubs.
- Acting career began with TV commercials.
- At age 5, began attending New York City's Children's School for the Development of Intuitive and God Conscious Art, a school developed by the National Black Theater (where his parents worked).
- Made his film debut in 1992's Juice, a film starring Omar Epps and Tupac Shakur as two of four Harlem friends involved in a holdup.
- Appeared on Sesame Street in 1993 (an acting gig his younger brother Olamide also eventually landed).
- Wrote and acted in a play called When the Lion Roars at age 6.
- Recurring role on Sabrina, the Teenage Witch reunited him with former Professional Children's School classmate Melissa Joan Hart.
- Appeared in Brandy's 1995 music video for "Sittin' Up in My Room."
- Rocco — Son
- Kobe — Son
- Sean — Son
- Dade Faison — Brother
- Dade — Son
- Kaya — Daughter
- Lisa Askey — Ex-wife
- Wilder Frances Faison — Daughter
- Olamide Faison — Brother
- CaCee Cobb — Wife
- Birth Name: Donald Adeosun Faison
- Birth Place: New York, New York, United States
- Birthday: June 22, 1974, Cancer
- Profession: Actor, Playwright, Songwriter