Actor, model, and recording artist Xavier Lamar Truesdell was born October 30, 1985 in Chicago, IL. The middle child of three kids, Truesdell graduated high school with a major in architectural design but decided to pursue his dreams in entertainment. During his late teens Xavier signed with a Las Vegas talent agency, landing a feature role on the pilot episode of "Las Vegas" TV series, "Miss Congeniality 2", and later that year Michael Jackson’s "One More Chance" music video.
After moving to Los Angeles in his early 20's, Truesdell became a heartthrob after being cast in multiple hit MTV show's such as "Parental Control", "Next", "Celebrity Exposed", "Wild N' Out" and "Punk'd". During that time he also made "MTV'S Most Eligible Bachelors", was mentioned on "Talk Soup" with Joel McHale, and was featured on "Identity" hosted by Penn Jillette.
Over the years, Truesdell has appeared in numerous modeling campaigns and commercials such as Nike, Toyota, Pepsi, Adidas, KFC, Mediacom, Hanes, etc. He was featured in Lady Gaga's Fame fragrance campaign which was directed by Steven Klein. He appeared on the hit TV shows "Nip/Tuck", "Rizzoli & Isles", "NCIS: Los Angeles", indie feature "Favorite Refrain" and the blockbuster "Star Trek: Into Darkness". Truesdell also goes by the name XL writing and co-producing his debut EP 'Dance All Night," with D. Abernathy aka Dem Jointz. In 2014, Truesdell became a music director and on-air personality hosting "The Morning Show" and captivating thousands on a popular Top-40's radio station in SE Iowa/ Northern Missouri. He conducted live on-air interviews with Max-D driver Morgan Kane, The Broadway Boys, Dustin Lynch and Tom Arnold. In 2015, Truesdell relocated back to Los Angeles appearing in "All Recipes Magazine" in addition to being featured in music videos by Big Sean, Jordan Sparks, Christian Rich, and Florence + The Machine.
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