Delpaneaux (pronounced Del-pawn-o)
is a U.S. citizen of African descent. He was raised in Sierra Leone,
West Coast Africa. Delpaneaux's father is from the United States
and his mother is from Sierra Leone. When he returned to the United
States as a teenager he fell in love with football, medicine, and
acting. He played football at San Diego State University and Whittier
College as a wide receiver. He had plans to follow in his father's
footsteps as a doctor, but had to give it up for his love of acting.
Since moving to Los Angeles, Delpaneaux has become an active presence
in theater, television, and film. In 2009, Delpaneaux was Seneca
Keflezi an African track star in the Lifetime Original Film "Chasing
a Dream". Delpaneaux has also appeared on T.V in "The
E-Ring", "Las Vegas", "The L-Word", and
"General Hospital". His film work includes a lead role
in the Lionsgate's "Darktown", "American Blend",
"Limbo Lounge" and "Sand Sharks".
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