Robbie jones actor dating

Ladies, we hope you have a sweet tooth, because chocolate delight Lance Gross and caramel cutie Robbie Jones are coming to the big screen.

In , the men fight for the love of leading lady Jurnee Smollett-Bell, who’s married to Gross but has an ilicit affair with Jones.

In addition to starring as a series regular on two popular evening dramas, he has also appeared on popular shows like Gross is too hot to be single, and you know it.Growing up, Amell was a fan of various local sporting teams, such as the Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Raptors, and the Toronto Blue Jays.Amell is still very involved with sports; in 2015, Amell campaigned to have Jays' third baseman Josh Donaldson elected to the 2015 Major League Baseball All-Star Game.We can’t lie, there’s no way we could ever choose between these two dapper darlings. Click through our gallery, and tell us which leading man wins your heart. Unlike Gross, Jones spent his collegiate years on the Left Coast.He was born in Oxnard, California and attended University of California at Berkeley, where he played for the California Golden Bears men’s basketball team for four years.On the day of the show, Amell joined the Bullet Club stable, which also included Cody Rhodes.Amell also joined the Pro Wrestling Tees store, which released a "Vigilante Club" shirt, Amell's version of the Bullet Club shirt.The conclusion of the match came after Amell dove off the top turnbuckle onto Stardust and Barrett who were standing on the floor below.The match ended after Neville hit his finisher, the Red Arrow, on Barrett and pinned him.In 2017, Amell took part in the directorial debut of former Heartland co-star Michelle Morgan, entitled Mi Madre, My Father, playing the estranged father of a six year old girl.Morgan raised funds for the production through a crowdfunding campaign.

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