David was revealed this year to be the Knightingale killer (Robbie Womack) on the critically acclaimed series, Frequency, on the CW and Netflix. Since then David has been racking up festival wins on two new films: Exodus to Shanghai and The Unwilling, for which he won Most Valuable Actor in the Festival Film Playoff, that pitted films that won several festivals against each other. Look for both films to be released in 2018!
Fuller House has brought back David in his recurring role as Viper, D.J.’s old boyfriend from Full House.
In a very different role, David is now a central character in the new CW show, Frequency. If you miss the season finale tonight (Jan.25) or any of this first season, catch it on demand or on CW.com.
David has just completed starring a film he co-wrote called The Unwilling. Look for that one in 2017.
David’s comical twist of a gay Nazi in Exodus To Shanghai, just finished an impressive festival circuit with big premiers at the Berlin Film Fest and wrapping up in June 2016 in both NY and the Shanghai Film Fest.
March saw the release of Love By Design as a world premier movie on the UP Network, where David played the antagonist, Lance.
Lost After Dark was released in September on DVD/Blue Ray nationwide at all the big box stores and had been selling out at each location. Look at a scene from it in David’s new drama reel on here where he sports the Burt Reynold’s mustache in this 80s throwback.
David just finished filming the lead role in the horror/thriller — The Unwilling, opposite Dina Meyer and Lance Henrickson. The film, which David co-wrote, is expected to be released in 2016.
Next, David is to start filming a Christmas movie from a script he wrote this winter.
Last month, we saw the release of David’s latest film, Dying Of The Light, written and directed by Paul Schrader (Taxi Driver, Raging Bull) and starring Nicolas Cage.
Lots coming out in 2015 for David:
Jan. 25th is the premier of the Mini Series on History Channel: Sons Of Liberty. David plays the merchant Amos, who is one of the Sons and is a lead in all 3 of the 2-hour movies.
Jan. 30th is the premier of David’s Romanian film, Pioneer’s Palace, at the Egyptian Theater for the acclaimed Sundance Film Festival.
2nd Quarter David stars opposite Robert Patrick in Lost After Dark, a throwback to 80s horror films.
Also due to be released later in 2015 is the romantic comedy, Love By Design, starring Jane Seymour, where David plays the lead antagonist and a dance film by the same team called High Strung.
David also starts shooting the lead role in Ominous in February with Academy Award nominated director Jonathan Heap.