Since moving to Seattle from NYC 32 years ago, David has regularly appeared on all the major stages in the Pacific Northwest. At Intiman Theatre, he has gone from Guildenstern in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead to Arnold in A Thousand Clowns, with stops in between varying from Bob Acres in The Rivals to Schmendrick in The Last Unicorn. Some of his most memorable roles at A Contemporary Theatre have been Grez in Red Noses, David Hare in Via Dolorosa, Mellersh in Enchanted April, and George in Jumpers. He has been in the premieres of works by Alan Alda, Jeffrey Hatcher, Steven Dietz, Eric Overmeyer, and Peter S. Beagle. He was recently seen as Fagin in Oliver, and the Major-General in The Pirates of Penzance, both at the Fifth Avenue Theatre. He and R. Hamilton Wright began a new career as co-adapters a few years ago, with Double Indemnity, which has received numerous productions around the country.