David Denman

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David Denman
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David Denman, 2007
Born (1973-07-25) July 25, 1973 (age 40)
Newport Beach, California, U.S.
Education Juilliard (BFA 1997)
Occupation Actor
Years active 1997–present

David Denman (born July 25, 1973) is an American film and television actor.

Early life[edit]

Denman was born in Newport Beach, California. After graduating from Fountain Valley High School with fellow alumni Craig Brewer and Omar Metwally, Denman attended the summer training congress at American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco.[1] He then attended the Juilliard School's Drama Division (1993-1997, Group 26)[2] with classmates Sara Ramirez and Alan Tudyk. He graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.[3]

Career[edit]

He made his film debut with Keanu Reeves and Gene Hackman as the deaf tight-end in the Warner Bros. football comedy The Replacements. His other feature credits include Fair Game, Fanboys, The Nines, Shutter, Smart People, Let Go, Out Cold, and Big Fish. His 2013 films include After Earth, Jobs, and Blue Potato.

On television, Denman starred as "Mike" on the critically acclaimed, but short lived FOX comedy Traffic Light. He has recurred as "Ed Brooks" on Parenthood, as "Tony" on Drop Dead Diva and as Skip the Demon on the cult favorite Angel. He has appeared on Vegas, Person of Interest, Brothers & Sisters, In Plain Sight, Gary Unmarried, Grey’s Anatomy, K-Ville, Without A Trace, Bones, Crossing Jordan, CSI: Miami, The X-Files, ER, Arliss, Second Time Around. He also appeared in The '60s and The Perfect Husband: The Laci Peterson Story. He is perhaps best known for his role as Roy Anderson, the ex-fiancé of Pam Beesly on the US version of The Office.

When not in front of the camera, Denman has often performed on stage. He regularly performs with Orange County based troupe Shakespeare Orange County, where he has played roles including Orlando, Petruchio, Henry V, and Brutus.

Personal life[edit]

Denman is engaged to actress Mercedes Masohn.[4]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1997 ER Angel Television series
Chicago Hope Ethan Television series
1998 The Pretender Daniel Television series
1999 A Vow to Cherish Kyle Brighton Television movie
The '60s SDS Radical Television movie
The X-Files Wallace Schiff Television series
2000 Arli$$ Woody Television series
The Replacements Brian Murphy
2001 Out Cold Lance
2002 CSI: Miami Tyler Hamilton episode "Just One Kiss"
Crossing Jordan Cole Tanner Television series
2003 The Singing Detective Soldier with Betty Dark
2001–2003 Angel Skip Television series
2003 Big Fish Don Price - Age 18-22
2004 Without a Trace Mike Clemmens Television series
Second Time Around Kent Television series
The Perfect Husband: The Laci Peterson Story Tommy Vignatti Television movie
2005 Night Stalker Henry Gale Television series
2005–2012 The Office Roy Anderson Television series
32 Episodes
2006 When a Stranger Calls Officer Burroughs
Bones Phil Garfield Television series
2007 The Nines Agitated Man/Parole Officer
2008 Shutter Bruno
Smart People William
2009 Gary Unmarried Mitch/Ronnie Television series, guest appearance
Fanboys Chaz
In Plain Sight Ed Fogerty/Ed Flint Television series, guest appearance
Drop Dead Diva Tony Nicastro Television series, guest appearance
2010 Brothers & Sisters Brad Lewinsky Television series, guest appearance
Fair Game Dave
2011 Traffic Light Mike Reilly Television series, starring role
Let Go Walter Dishman
2013 After Earth McQuarrie
Jobs Al Alcorn
Beneath the Harvest Sky (Previously known as Blue Potato) George
2013 Parenthood Ed Television series
2014 Men, Women & Children Filming

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Conversations with Ross: Featuring David Denman". Rosscarey.com. 2011-02-18. Retrieved 2012-07-30. 
  2. ^ "Alumni News". The Juilliard School. September 2007. Archived from the original on 2011-11-11. 
  3. ^ "David Denman". All Movie Guide. The New York Times. Retrieved April 3, 2012. 
  4. ^ https://soundcloud.com/decently-funny/david-denman-mercedes-masohn

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