David Lawrence (actor)
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David Lawrence is a Canadian actor, writer, producer and director.
Dave Lawrence was born in Calgary, Alberta in 1976. He trained at the Loose Moose Theatre from 1993 to 2001. Lawrence is best known for his headbanger character 'Terry' from the mockumentary FUBAR: The Movie and its follow-up, FUBAR II. His portrayal of the everyman 'Terry' struck a chord with both critics and film-goers, elevating him to near cult status in his native Alberta. Both were co-written and co-produced by Paul Spence and Michael Dowse. His big-screen credits include It's All Gone Pete Tong, Who is KK Downey?, and "Freezer Burn: The Invasion of Laxdale." On the small screen, he appeared in CBC's Northern Town and Doctor*ology with Leslie Nielsen. He directed his first feature film, Western Confidential, in 2009.
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