BiographyYork, Pennsylvania, USA
The youngest of five children and the son of a retired truck driver and former accountant, the York, Pennsylvania native knew he was destined to become an actor as early as the age of seven. His performance in such works as "The King and I", "The Music Man' and "Oliver Twist" delighted audiences which continued from Children's Theatre productions and all the way through school. Read more... most important productions. It was while playing the role of "Kenickie" in the school's musical version of "Grease" that David was spotted by an Off Broadway producer and invited to audition for the lead in David Mamet's "American Buffalo". The success of the second run production brought about a myriad of other juicy roles which lead to a part on the long running CBS Soap Opera, "As the World Turns". It was about this time that David's good friend and manager Danny Ellis urged David to pursue a career in feature film and episodic television and so in early 2001 he headed to the west coast, joined a film acting workshop and shortly thereafter found himself on the set of "Port Charles" playing the part of the unscrupulous Officer Hacker. Followed by snagging roles in shows like, "Happy Hour", "My Boys", "October Road", and "Kidnapped". Keep watching, there is more to come...