Jensen Ackles has a lot to be proud of: his flawless voice, those killer looks, and that adorable bromance with Supernatural costar Jared Padalecki.
And then there's his picture-perfect romance with Danneel Harris, whom CW fans will recognize as Rachel Gatina from One Tree Hill.
In 2003, The WB took Jensen under contract and put him on the last season of their teen drama hit Dawson's Creek in the role of C. After Dawson's Creek ended Jensen then relocated to Vancouver to become a regular on The WB's Smallville, where he stayed for another year in the role of Jason Teague, Lana Lang's (Kristin Kreuk) boyfriend.
@Cari Ann923 was the first to respond, and Jared did fax her the front page of the script to be shot by Jensen. On the Season 7 DVD and Blu-Ray, Jensen features in the special feature: "Directing Supernatural: Seven directors talk about their work on Supernatural".Jensen directed 8.03 Heartache, written by Andrew Dabb and Daniel Loflin, in season eight.video of Jensen Ackles win at 1998 SOD Awards by Damon Winchester.In 2001, he made his first appearance on the Fox science fiction show Dark Angel in the episode "Pollo Loco" (1.17), in which he played Max's (Jessica Alba) "brother" Ben/X5-493.He became widely referred to in fandom as Papa Ackles, a name Jared Padalecki reportedly called him faninohio on TWOP during his attendance at A Few Good Men in 2007.
On May 15, 2010 Jensen married actress Danneel Harris.
Kaffee in Aaron Sorkin's play A Few Good Men alongside Lou Diamond Phillips at the Casa Mañana Theatre, in Fort Worth, Texas from June 5 to 10, 2007.
Jensen has also modeled in fashion shoots for Men's Fitness (October 2006) and Hollywood Life (June 2007) On April 7, 2008 it was announced Jensen was in final negotiations to play the lead character, Tom Hanninger in a 3D remake of the 1981 horror film, My Bloody Valentine.
In the first season of the show, Kim Manners said to me, ‘You’re gonna direct one of these...' I said, ‘Oh, OK, Kim. And when you do that, I’ll be right there.’ – Jensen Ackles, Source Jensen directed 7.03 The Girl Next Door in season seven, which he announced at Asylum 6 2011.
As happened in season six, the episode was the first one shot for the season, to allow Jensen time to prepare, but the second one to air.
In response to birthday wishes from fandom, we posted this photo and said "Thanks for all the well wishes today, folks.