The actor, 45, returns for the 10th season of Fox's hit series, Bones
David Boreanaz returns for his 10th season as an FBI Special Agent on Fox’s hit series Bones, but the 45-year-old actor admits he’s now much more a family man when he chatted with PEOPLE this week about “one last thing” …
I took a slap shot to the inside of my right knee from an instructor at a hockey camp. The puck was probably going around 90 miles per hour and left a huge dent for about a month. I hobbled off the ice.
Last compliment I gave
I told my wife [Jaime] that she looked beautiful this morning, and that’s something you have to do on a daily basis. And it was her birthday yesterday, so I told her she didn’t look any older. She’s just going backward.
Last time I was impressed
Watching my son [Jaden, 12] yesterday. I was really impressed with the way he handled something at school and decided to go to hockey practice and show up, rather than run away from the situation.
Last game I played
The animal game. Each person has to be an animal, and the others guess what it is. Surprisingly, I do a good dolphin. Oh, we get deep, like geckos and anteaters. It’s a lot of fun.