Performer | Producer | Writer

After graduating from Hofstra University with a degree in Theatre, David moved to NYC to begin his career doing stand up comedy and improvisation with the Upright Citizens Brigade. He became an accomplished stand-up comic and improviser, who has performed at some of the biggest clubs and colleges throughout the country.

Moving to Los Angeles, his prowess on the stage translated into success both in front of and behind the camera. He has acted in hit television and film roles starring opposite; Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, Rachel Dratch, Steve Buscemi, and Billy Bob Thornton to name a few. He is an award-winning writer having written, produced and acted in the comedic short film Holiday Hostage, playing opposite Maggie Wheeler ("Janice" from Friends) and Don Stark (That 70's Show). The film received critical appraise and won 5 "Best Comedy", 1 "Best Picture, and 2 "Best Ensemble" Awards on the film festival circuit.

As an award-winning producer, David has worked in both television and film. He Associate Produced the comedic feature film, Deported, (Nick Swardson, Fortune Feimster), the television pilot The Big Deal (Kevin Nealon, Greg Fitzsimmons, Dana Gould, and Natasha Leggero) and co-produced the award-winning short film Love and Germophobia starring TJ Miller, which won Best Short Film at the prestige Montreal Just For Laughs Festival, and many more. 

Finally, David has written and starred in numerous viral comedy shorts which have garnered millions of views online and appeared on TV and Internet outlets such as NBC's Today, Funny or DieMaury, College Humor, and more.