Born and raised in Kerrville Texas, he went to school in London and trained at The Central School of Speech & Drama while Laurence Olivier was the President of the school. David was 'over there' for 10 years and highlights include: ''Hamlet,' 'Ritchie Valens in Buddy,' 'Puck,' 'Edmund,' and being directed in 'The Scottish Play' by Dame Judi Dench.
Booth, a one man show written and performed by David, won a Fringe 1st at the Edinburgh Festival, as did an ensemble piece about John Wilkes Booth entitled 'Our Brutus' which lead to a writing commission from a West End producer.
In LA, David was in 'Beyond the Fringe' (LA Weekly Comedy Pick of The Week), as well as 'The Real Inspector Hound' as Birdboot, 'Good Evening,' 'Owl-Stretching Time,' the world premier of unseen Monty Python sketches, 'Good Night' and 'Double Ac't' both of which he wrote with Tom Konkle. He was in the TV film, 'Red Skies' as a gun toting kidnapper and is in the feature film, 'LA Twister' (winner, Best Ensemble, Monte Carlo Film Festival). You may have seen David in a national commercial.
David is a member of the sketch troupe, Lester McFwap with numerous live performances in LA and across the country. The McFwap members also produced the eponymous, TV pilot, 'McFwap!' and the feature length project, 'The Archaeology of Comedy' now available to own on Amazon and IndieFlix. Dave stars in the film 'Behind the Cup' (2 Girls, 1 Cup) and he they starred in several episodes of Sony Pictures Television's Comedy 'Gumbo.'
Education: Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London.
Spoken Languages: English
Additional Skills: Professional photographer, roller blading, biking, baseball, swimming, stage combat, 2nd tenor: dialects including Texan (native), British (almost native), Cockney, Scottish, Irish, French, German.