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David Warshofsky

David Warshofsky's feature film credits include There Will Be Blood, The Best Thief in the World (Sundance 2004) Personal Velocity (Sundance best film 2002), Welcome to Collinwood (Cannes 2002), Last Exit to Brooklyn, Born on the Fourth of July, and G.I. Jane. Warshofsky's television appearances include ER, The Sopranos, and numerous Law & Orderepisodes. He can be seen in the HBO mini-series Generation Kill.

On Broadway, he has appeared in Biloxi Blues, Carousel and On the Waterfront. Other stage credits include Henry V at the New York Shakespeare Festival, Blue Window at Manhattan Theatre Club, Romance Language at Playwright's Horizons, and the national tours of Biloxi Blues and South Pacific. He originated the role of Swetts in the world premiere of Tony Kushner's A Bright Room Called Day, directed by Oskar Eustis at the Eureka Theatre.


Note: This profile was written in or before 2009.
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David Warshofsky Facts

OccupationActor
BirthdayFebruary 23, 1961 (56)
SignPisces
BirthplaceSan Francisco, California, USA

Selected Filmography

Not available.