Robbie Jones (born September 25, 1977) is an American actor. He is best known for his role as Quentin Fields in One Tree Hill. In 2010 he began filming the series Hellcats, in which he portrays Lewis Flynn. Jones starred in the film Hurricane Season with Forest Whitaker.
Was born in Altamonte, California but considers himself from Sacramento.
Nicknames 'Dr.' and 'Dr. Jones' are not just a spin on his surname but inspired by the Indiana Jones movies.
His first acting job was a Coors Light commercial.
Has always wanted to learn the piano and attempted to teach himself Senorita by Justin Timberlake after viewing a YouTube video.
Purchased tickets for the film Titanic four times.
Hobbies include doing 'weird cartoon voices' as well as Taekwondo, dancing, DJing, playing the drums, singing and bike riding. Also likes to do accents and impressions.
Performed '91%' of his character's stunts in Hellcats.
Is an only child.
Attended Cordova High School where he was a basketball star. He then went on to major in American Studies at UC Berkeley and play basketball at a collegiate level. After that, he went on to play for the ABA (American Basketball Association) with hopes of making it into the NBA.
As a child, he wanted to follow in the footsteps of his father and become a stockbroker, though he did not understand what one was at the time.
Personal Quotes (5)
[In response to an interviewer asking if he was ready] I've got some answers for you, Chapin. Let's get this crackin'!
[on relationships] I like that word, 'sparkage.' Honestly, If there is sparkage I'm all about it. If I meet somebody and it's like "wow, this is something unique and different," I'm definitely going to try to pursue it and see what happens. It's not every day you find somebody you really, really click with, that you really have a spark with.
[When asked what he did that morning] Me? Right now? Today? The only thing I've done this morning is rolled over and wiped some eye boogers out of my eyes. I'm sitting up, in my bed, talking to Chapin from Myspace.
[In response to the interviewer's, "K, I have a bunch of really random questions."] K, I have a bunch of really random answers, that's weird.
[on people using his full name] Yeah, that happens a lot. There's like a twang to it like "ah-robbiejonzeeeee." They say it like that a lot.