David A. R. White

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David A.R. White
Born David Andrew Roy White
(1970-05-12) May 12, 1970 (age 44)
Dodge City, Kansas, U.S.
Occupation Actor, Writer, Film producer
Spouse(s) Andrea Logan (2003 - Present)

David Andrew Roy White, also known as David A. R. White, is an American actor, screenwriter and producer. He grew up in a small farming town that was located outside of Dodge City, Kansas. He is a co-founder of Pure Flix Entertainment, a distribution and production company specializing in Christian themed movies. The company's first film was Hidden Secrets.[1] He is married to actress and producer Andrea Logan, who incidentally played the role of his wife in the 2009 movie In the Blink of an Eye.

Acting[edit]

David White moved to Los Angeles, California at age 19. Six months after his arrival in Los Angeles, he was given the role of Andrew Phillpot, the best friend of Burt Reynolds' son, in the CBS television series titled, Evening Shade (1990 – 1994). In addition to his role in Evening Shade, David had guest appearances in television series such as Coach, Saved by the Bell, Sisters and Melrose Place.

White has acted in films such as The Visitation, an adaption of the novel by author Frank Peretti, Bells of Innocence with actor Chuck Norris, and Mercy Streets where he was nominated for The Movie Guide Awards' Best Actor.[2]

Producer[edit]

Although White was an associate producer in the film End of the Harvest,[3] The Moment After was the first film that White produced.[2] White also played the role of Adam Riley in the film. He has produced other films such as The Visitation, The Wager, and Hidden Secrets. In 2012 he produced the historical drama Apostle Peter and the Last Supper starring Robert Loggia and Bruce Marchiano.

Director[edit]

In 2010 David started directing. His first film was The Encounter, about four strangers stranded at a diner, being served by the owner, who claims he is Jesus, which starred Bruce Marchiano, Jaci Velasquez, and pro wrestler Steve "Sting" Borden.

His second film was Holyman Undercover which starred David himself and Fred Willard.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role
1992 Second Glance Dan Burgess
1994 The Crossing Matt
1995 End of the Harvest Matt
1999 The Moment After Adam Riley
Murdercycle Ditko
2000 Mercy Streets John/Jeremiah
2003 The Sparky Chronicles: The Map Ethan Parker
Bells of Innocence Conrad Chaplain
2004 Six: The Mark Unleashed Brody Sutton
2006 Hidden Secrets Jeremy Evans
The Moment After 2 Adam Riley
The Visitation Carl
2009 Holyman Undercover Roy/Brian
In the Blink of an Eye David
2011 Jerusalem Countdown
based on the Novel, Jerusalem Countdown
Shane
Marriage Retreat Mark Bowman
2012 Ghost Soldiers Joe
Me Again Rich
Brother White James White
2013 Revelation Road: The Beginning of the End Josh McManus

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2013 O Caminho para a Eternidade 2 Um Detetive
2014 God's Not Dead Reverend Dave

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "David A.R. White Biography". Symetric Productions Inc. [sic] 2008-01-01 http://www.holymanundercover.com/actor.html.
  2. ^ a b "David A.R. White Biography". Symetric Productions Inc. 2008-01-01 http://www.holymanundercover.com/actor.html.
  3. ^ "David A.R. White Biography". Internet Movie Database. 2008-01-01 http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0924684/#actorinp.

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