Blurb from Wikipedia: Jeffrey Donovan (born May 11, 1968) is an American television and film actor.
Donovan was born in Amesbury, Massachusetts, United States. After graduating from the University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass Amherst) with a B.A. in Theater, he went on to study at New York University, from which he earned an Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in acting. Prior to attending UMass Amherst, Donovan studied at Bridgewater State College, also in Massachusetts.
After earning his MFA, Donovan made his film debut in Throwing Down. The film took the top jury prize at The Hamptons Film Festival. Since then, Donovan has been seen in television show guest appearances, such as Homicide: Life on the Street, The Pretender, Witchblade, Monk, CSI: Miami and Law & Order. He has also been in made-for-television movies and the lead in the cancelled USA Network television drama series Touching Evil (also starring Vera Farmiga). A role as the murderous Dr. Sloan in the short-lived TV series Threshold followed. He has also had roles in several major motion pictures. Donovan appeared in the 2005 romantic comedy film Hitch starring Will Smith and Kevin James. He also starred as Cal in the 2006 film Come Early Morning opposite Ashley Judd. Also in 2006, he starred in the film Believe in Me, in which he played the coach of a women's basketball team from Middleton, OK, that went on to win the state basketball tournament in 1964.
Donovan was cast as a supporting role in the hit series Crossing Jordan as William Ivers. He is currently starring in Burn Notice on the USA Network as Michael Westen, a secret agent who has been "burned" — cast away from the government — and is trying to get his life back. He completed filming as a police captain in Changeling in December 2007.
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These are a variation of the rules I setup for House·of·Skin, and kinda sorta Comix too in a very unofficial capacity:
This is not a photo community by design. I suspect fans of this celebrity will want to post images or icons or any other number of visual mediums and that's okay with me. Just be aware that there will be posts here that have no pictures in them at all going in. You can complain about it if you like...but it probably won't do any good.
Be you male or female or something else, it's a funny old world, one thing that a good number of us fans have in common is a desire to see our idols naked. I, being male, understandably do not have a problem with this. This community is not specifically about naked shots of the celebrity in question...but if you happen to have access to some and want to post them you do what you feel is best.
The friends filter (Clicky!) option is your friend! This community is, potentially, not work safe so it's best that if you're a member you don't view your friendslist as a whole depending on where you are. Got a complaint from a guy once because his kid sister was in the room and she almost saw something. You really shouldn't be viewing this community around little kids! Also not at work, in church, at the busstop, or while operating heavy equipment (No that does not count as heavy equipment!)
It is tricky for me to make sure you're all above age, I lead a quirky life, and I'm thinking on suggesting with the next upgrade the tech folks of LJ include birthdays in a directory search. Every couple months I'll go through the member list if I'm not at work and I've got a few hours to kill but so far I've only had to remove accounts that have been deleted for whatever reason. To be on the safe side, even though the system has no way of confirming this, have your birthdate and year listed on your user info. I may not check very often but I do check every so often.
We're not big on the use of LJ·cuts here so long as you're posting single images. If you're posting multiples you need to use an LJ·cut. If you're posting an image and a video you need an LJ·cut for one of them. The only real way around this is if you're using thumbnail images. If you don't know what those are then don't worry about it. Images do not necessarily need to be behind an LJ·cut unless there's more than one or the one is excessively huge; best guideline there is that up and down big is okay but left to right big is bad...nothing wider than 600 pixels is a good guideline.
Try to be polite...you would not believe the number of complaints about comments that are taken to be insults but may've been critiques that could've been phrased better. Any outright and clear abuse of another member and you're outta here. It's okay to criticize, and flirt to whatever point the person posting doesn't mind, but let's try to keep stuff from getting harsh. We're just trying to have a good time and appreciate what's being shown.
There are members here who periodically post images from their pay sites they have access to. If you see something you like but can't see the rest of the gallery it came from you shouldn't complain about it; enjoy what you get. If you like it that much then maybe you should become a paying member of whoever's site it came from.
The moderator (that's me) has the end say about what posts stay and what posts go. I've periodically deleted stuff I thought was innapproriate...though not that often. I don't warn folks either...stuff just goes away.
If you want to advertise any kind of community please do so at We·Need·a·Life and not here. I used to allow advertising in any of my communities if it kept to the theme of that community but I'd like to cut down on that a bit...until it dwindles to nothing.