Van Der Beek won the title role of Dawson Leery, and the show's 1998 debut was a success that helped to establish the network and its cast. Around this time he was selected one of People magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People in the World", and he appeared in several other films, including Texas Rangers, Scary Movie, and Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back, playing himself playing Jay in the movie within the movie opposite Jason Biggs as Silent Bob.
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They separated in April 2009, Van Der Beek and business consultant Kimberly Brook married on August 1, 2010, in a small ceremony at the Kabbalah Center near Dizengoff Plaza in Tel Aviv, Israel.
James, who is expecting his second child later this year with wife Kimberly Brook, was promoting his new show Don't Trust the B---- In Apartment 23 at the TCA entertainment industry discussion panel on Tuesday.
Van Der Beek (born March 8, 1977) is an American actor.
He rose to fame beginning in 1998 for his portrayal of Dawson Leery in the WB series Dawson's Creek.
It turns out the two Canadian thespians attended Kitsilano Secondary School in Vancouver. Holmes also opened up about her first on-screen kiss, and how making out on a TV show can often be more uncomfortable than a person's first kiss in their personal lives.
WATCH: Adele Joins James Corden For Most Incredible ' Carpool Karaoke' Ever "Well, I mean if he says so…" Holmes said, laughing. "It's so awkward because with a first kiss in [real] life, if it doesn't go well you can kinda be like, ' Oh I gotta get home,' or 'thanks.' You never have to deal with that person again," Holmes explained.He made his professional debut off-Broadway at age 16 in 1993 in the New York premiere of Edward Albee's play Finding the Sun with the Signature Theatre Company. Both he and the production, which was also directed by Albee, received positive reviews.A decade later, in 2003, he appeared again off-Broadway, briefly, in the play Rain Dance.The show debuted to critical praise, with Van Der Beek earning particularly good notices for his comic timing and brave sendup of his own image.The show was cancelled after two seasons but remains popular on Netflix and on Logo TV which picked it up in syndication.He appeared in an episode of the fifth season of Medium.