comes from a small town outside of Dodge City, KS. He moved to L.A. when he was 19 to pursue his acting career. His first professional job was the line, Hi, may I take your order?
in a McDonalds commercial. Six months after moving to L.A., David landed a recurring role, playing the best friend of Burt Reynolds
son on the hit CBS series Evening Shade. After four years the series ended and David went on to guest appearances on such shows as: Coach, Saved by the Bell, Sisters, Melrose Place and many others.
In 1992, David played the lead in his first Christian film, Second Glance (Christiano Films). In 1993, he was the lead in Concerned Women For America's Wait For Me. In 1994, David teamed up with Kevin Downes to shoot Youth For Christ's film that premiered to over 40,000 teens, The Crossing. Spending the last couple years moving into the producing side, David teamed up again with Christiano Films. This time he played the lead and worked as associate producer in The End of the Harvest. In February 1999, David helped create, produce, and play the lead in the feature length film, The Moment After. More recently David did a guest spot on the CBS series Martial Law, Lifetimes MOW, Invisible Child and the new WorldWide MOW Vows.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.
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