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David Dineen-Porter is an actor, comedian and musician from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He is one of two grand prize winners of the Cambrian House's Robinhood Fund $20,000 Christmas Wish giveaway event for a "selfish wish".
Dineen-Porter has performed stand-up and sketch comedy in Toronto since 1997. He is former direct of the University of Toronto comedy review 'The Bob', and is co-founder of sketch troupes Uncle Sevario, Someone and the Somethings, and The Iliads.
In 2004, Dineen-Porter hosted a birthday show entitled Hexiquest at the Tim Sims which consisted entirely of material he wrote. He has also been a featured performer at the Tuesday Riot in Chicago in early 2007.
In 2008, he was the recipient of a Canada Arts Council grant for music composition, to complete the arrangement and composition of a rock opera, and is producer and director of the pilot episode of L'Brondelle's Universe with Canadian actor/musician Morgan Waters.
In 2009, he contributed to the Xavier Renegade Angel episode Damnesia You, in which he appears personally as several floating heads melting Xavier with lightning from their eyes in the 8-bit animated segment of that episode. He also contributed his voice to recordings of Brian Joseph Davis' upcoming novel, Ronald Reagan My Father.
- War of the Dead (2006) (V)
- Blood Creek (2006) (V)
- Chicknapping (2006) (V)
- Screwed Over (3 episodes 2006) (TV)
- L'Brondelle's Universe (2008)
- Everyday Is Like Sunday (2013)
- "Building Blocks" (upcoming March 25, 2010) Blocks Recording Club
- "Relationships to Me" (2009) Superbutton
- Weezer: The 8-bit Album (2009) Pterodactyl Squad
- "System Override" (2009) Blocks Recording Club
- "The Company (remix)" (2009) (original by Kids on TV)
- "Alice Part 2" (2008) (Limited Edition free CD)
- "Alice Part 1: Fecal Alcohol Syndrome" (2007) Superbutton
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