JOHN FRANCIS DALEY (Writer/Director) came to national
attention as an actor when he was cast in the lead role of Sam Weir in the
critically acclaimed Judd Apatow-produced television series "Freaks and Geeks,"
alongside Seth Rogen, James Franco and Jason Segel. He makes his feature
directorial debut with "Vacation," which he co-wrote with writing and directing
partner Jonathan Goldstein.
Following "Freaks and Geeks," Daley starred on several television series,
such as "The Geena Davis Show," "The Kennedys," "Regular Joe" and the Fox comedy
"Kitchen Confidential," with Bradley Cooper. He can also be seen in the feature
films "A View FromThe Top," "77" and "Waiting," alongside Ryan Reynolds.
For the past seven years, Daley has starred on the hit Fox series "Bones" as
Dr. Lance Sweets. He most recently starred on the big screen alongside Anna
Kendrick in the comedy fantasy "Rapture-Palooza."
Daley made his debut as a screenwriter with Goldstein on the hit ensemble
comedy "Horrible Bosses." They followed with the 2011 comedy short "Audio Tour,"
"The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" and the 2013 animated family comedy "Cloudy
With a Chance of Meatballs 2."
Daley and Goldstein sold their first screenplay, "The $40,000 Man," to New
Line Cinema in 2007 and will make their producing debut on the upcoming action
comedy "All Day and a Night" for Relativity studios.
Additionally, Daley plays keyboard, sings and writes music.
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