David Stollery (David John Stollery III)
BiographyLos Angeles, California, USA
Born in 1941, David Stollery began appearing as "the child" in many Hollywood features. However, it was with Disney Studios that he really made his mark. As a teen Stollery was most notable for his role as Marty Markham, the spoiled rich kid, in The Adventures of Spin and Marty (1955), seen regularly on The Mickey Mouse Club (1955). David also appeared in several Disney feature films, including the story of the exploration of the Grand Canyon in Ten Who Dared (1960) and Westward Ho, the Wagons! (1956). Read more... teen idol pictures, Stollery left Hollywood to pursue his education. Capitalizing on his fascination with auto design, David has made a significant mark in the automobile industry. He is credited with the design of the 1978 Toyota Celica, and has directed the design of over 22 models for the Japanese firm. Stollery most recently has become president of his own manufacturing company, making fiberglass lifeguard towers--the only of their type made in the US. Stollery claims not to miss Hollywood or the fame one bit.