|Born|| June 6, 1981|
Pacar was born John Edward Pacuraru to Judith and John Pacuraru in Dearborn, Michigan and raised in the small city of Wayne. As a child, he enjoyed entertaining people. He played ice hockey, beginning at age 7 and playing into his mid-teens. During his teenage years, he began to also follow his interest in music, and learned to play guitar, bass and drums. In high school, he formed bands driven by his punk rock influences, and developed an interest in drama at school, performing in high school and local theatre productions. He won an award for his documentary "Brotherhood" at the Michigan student film and video festival in 1999, and studied at the William D. Ford Career Tech Center in Westland Michigan majoring in film and photography. Upon graduating from Wayne Memorial High School in 1999, he was encouraged to pursue his dream by his drama and film production teachers.
After two years of studying and working odd jobs to save money, he left Michigan for Los Angeles in May 2001. After two months, Pacar had an agent, and was cast in a national commercial and a lead role in Purgatory house (2003). He has played guest roles in television productions and a few feature films including; roles in Flight 29 Down, "Now You See It" and Flight 29 Down: The Hotel Tango. In 2008, he also stared in the film Wild Child.
In 2008 Pacar had a small role in the Hallmark Hall of Fame movie "Front of the Class" as Brad Cohen's younger brother.
|2003||Detroit||Spike||Alternative title Panic in Detroit|
|Little Black Book||Jamal|
|2005||Now You See It...||Danny Sinclair||made-for-television|
|Flight 29 Down series movie||Cody Jackson||made-for-television|
|2007||The Dead Undead||Travis|
|2002||Judging Amy||Jason Christopher|
|The Brothers Garcia||Rush Bauer|
|American Dreams||Jimmy Frances|
|Tru Calling||Adam Whitman|
|2004||American Dreams||Jimmy Frances|
|2007||CSI: Miami||Nathan Atherton|
|Crossing Jordan||Ben Kensith|
|Cold Case||1995 Dayton Moore|
Also, Simple Plan's music video for "Perfect" as one of the kids.