At age six, actor A. J. Buckley's family moved across the Atlantic to White Rock, British Columbia, where Buckley would grow up. Diagnosed with dyslexia, he struggled with his studies, but found success when he landed his first acting job in the mid '90s on the Canadian adventure series "The Odyssey." Shortly thereafter he appeared on the American science-fiction dramas "The X-Files" and "Millennium." In 1998, he made his film debut in the teen horror thriller "Disturbing Behavior," which boasted a lineup of teen stars including James Marsden, Katie Holmes, and Ethan Embry. He went on to appear in a number of films, most notably the teen horror flick "The In Crowd" and the acclaimed indie drama "Blue Car." He worked regularly in television as an actor and voice actor. In 2005, he landed the recurring role on "CSI: NY" as Adam Ross, a gifted scientist with a dark sense of humor. The next year, he made his first appearance on TV's "Supernatural" as Ed Zeddmore, an aspiring ghost hunter. The character caught on and would appear in several episodes of the show's run. In 2008, Buckley co-founded the film production company FourFront Productions. Two years later he created a web-series spin-off for his character called "Ghostfacers." Buckley writes, directs, and stars in the critically acclaimed web-series.
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Made his screen debut in the TV movie "The Disappearance of Vonnie."
Appeared alongside Katie Holmes in the film "Disturbing Behavior."
Appeared in the horror film "Nightstalker."
Joined the cast of the police procedural "CSI: NY."
Became a cast member on the series "Supernatural," playing Ed Zeddmore.
Took on the recurring voice role of Mortimer Toynbee/Toad on the animated series "Wolverine and the X-Men."
Took on the role of Danny Crowe on the series "Justified."
Joined the cast of "Murder in the First."
Appeared as a voice actor in the animated family film "The Good Dinosaur."