He worked on and raced muscle
cars. He enlisted in the U.S. Army as a helicopter mechanic and
joined the U.S. Marine Corps. After his military service was completed,
he worked at various truck-driving jobs, then he found he had a
talent for working with computers. David is a talented artist, and
began drawing at the age of four. When he was 10, he would sign
autographs for popular child stars because he was constantly being
mistaken for actors like Ricky Schroder. When he reached adulthood,
he decided to give acting a try and realized he'd found his true
calling. He's appeared in shows and films such as Pineapple Express,
Numb3rs, The Pentagon Memo and more.
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Out of all of the social networks
you belong to, which is the most valuable?
Social networks, I would say is MySpace. It's where I get most of
my emails from, and I reply to as best as possible. I just like
MySpace better than any of the others. It's customizable and it's
where I hang out most.
Do you happen to read any online
No. Plain and simple. What I do is study all of the time. I spend
most of my time doing research for quantum physics, string theory,
electromagnetic theories... I'm also a network engineer, so I'm
researching things all of the time. I don't like sitting still.
In my spare time for fun, I'm currently studying undercut express.Studying
to get my engineering degree through the Apple environment. I already
have one through the Microsoft environment. I've been working on
computers for over 20 years. Started with my dad when he used to
work with IBM.
Do you ever look to hire or work
with people through the internet or do you go through regular channels
with agents and managers?
I use the internet. Unless someone contacts me directly, it's still
basically pure internet access. Agents and managers don't really
work to your benefit, they work to their benefit, because they want
to get a percentage on whatever your take is on whatever job you
get. If you are an actor, you are a constant contractor.... listen
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