In an interview with Robert Buckley a couple weeks ago, the actor said he and Shantel Van Santen have grown close on the set of The CW hit.
As viewers of the series know, the same can be said for their character, Clay and Quinn.
While Buckley wouldn't give much away in an interview with E News, he did reveal the following about Clay and Quinn's future: "I can say with certainty that it will be mess. "We find out more about Clay's past and how he got to Tree Hill.
It's a tough situation because I wouldn't say Clay is all for a hookup, but he's attracted to her." Whatever develops with this pair, Clay's client (and Quinn's brother-in-law) won't be happy, Buckley said: "Nathan makes it clear that he doesn't want Clay anywhere near Quinn." Why not? There will be flashbacks, but a lot of it is happening in real time as well.
In 2007, Buckley guest starred on an episode of Ghost Whisperer.
Also in 2007, he was cast in the recurring role of Kirby Atwood on NBC's comedy-drama series Lipstick Jungle.
They both often share their photos via their Instagram.
Born to an American parent in Claremont, Los Angeles, California, United States of America during the year of 1981, Robert Buckley was raised with his parents in Los Angeles and in San Diego for the purpose of pursuing a degree in economics from the University of California, San Diego.
They are one of the best matches with respect to the physical appearance because Robert Buckley is 6′ 2″ and Shantel is 5′ 8″.
Previously Robert was in an open relationship with Jo Anna Garcia Swisher (2009), Lindsay Price (2007), Jasmine Dustin and Jena Sims along with Lea Michele with whom he was sharing his love life in 2016.
Buckley then made his feature film debut in the horror When a Killer Calls, released in February 2006.
He subsequently joined the cast of another My Network TV telenovela, portraying the role of Matthew Wakefield in American Heiress.