Samuel Ball (actor)
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|Born||June 29, 1973|
Bunker Hill, West Virginia, U.S. (age 46)
Ball got his start as the third (and last) Drew Buchanan on the ABC soap opera, One Life to Live in 1998. He has appeared in various roles in film including Urbania, and 13 Going on 30, and television including Sex and the City, and Charmed. He appeared in a 2002 episode of Dawson's Creek, playing a mugger who becomes connected to Joey.
He played the role of Duffy in the 2001 film The Last Castle.
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