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Biography #2 (for Miss Match)

David Conrad joins the cast of NBC's drama series Miss Match as Michael Mendelsohn, an architect who is recruited by Kate (Alicia Silverstone), as a potential match for one of her clients, whom she takes a particular interest in.

A graduate of the highly esteemed Juilliard School of the Arts, Conrad landed his first professional roles in New York's independent film world. He also was active on stage, appearing in Troilus & Cressida at the American Place Theatre in New York, The Deep Blue Sea by Terrance Rattigan at the Roundabout theater and the American premiere of Indian Ink by Tom Stoppard at ACT.

Since then, Conrad has enjoyed success in both the feature and television worlds. On the big screen, he earned roles in Men of Honor opposite Robert De Niro and Cuba Gooding Jr., The Weekend and Return to Paradise starring Vince Vaughn and Joquin Phoenix. His television career began in earnest as the lead of Relativity opposite Kimberly Williams. Subsequently, he gained lead roles in A Season for Miracles, Time Tunnel, and recurring roles on Roswell and the critically acclaimed series Boston Public.

for "Miss Match" updated 01-Jan-2003

Biography #3

David Conrad has explored all entertainment mediums in his young career. He is probably best known for his roles as the young Leo Roth on ABC's drama Relativity, executive produced by Ed Zwick.

A familiar face on the stage, his theater credits include: Tom Stoppard's Arcadia at the Pittsburgh Public Theater and Tom Hulce's Cider House Rules.

He recently starred opposite Sigourney Weaver and Sam Neill in Showtime's Snow White in the Black Forest.

After studying history at Brown University and appearing in numerous theatrical productions there, he enrolled in Juilliard where he studied theater. To date, he considers Pittsburgh his home where he is active in the theatrical community.

An avid skier and writer, Conrad divides his time between Los Angeles, New York and Pennsylvania.

updated 20-Aug-2002