Delpaneaux (Del) Wills is a Christian actor, a U.S. citizen of African descent. He attends Saddleback Church in Orange County with Pastor Rick Warren. He was raised in Sierra Leone, West Coast Africa. His 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.
Delpaneaux 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, he has become an active presence in theater, television, and film. In 2009, he 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.
Delpaneaux has also been involved in many voice-over projects, such as video games, industrials and radio programs. He will be in an upcoming episode of the beloved Christian radio program Adventures in Odyssey by Focus on the Family as Pastor Noah.