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David Furr is an American theatre, film and television actor.
- The Good Cop (2018)
- The Man in the High Castle (2018)
- Mr. Mercedes (2017) as Josh
- Iron Fist (2017)
- Blindspot (2017) as Special Agent Jonas Ambrose
- Turn (2015, 2017) as Walter Havens
- Odd Mom Out (2016-2017) as Graham Whitman
- Madam Secretary (2016) as Dan Santangelo
- Braindead (2016)
- The Following (2015)
- The Americans (2015)
- State of Affairs (2014)
- The Blacklist (2017)
- The Michael J. Fox Show (2014)
- Turn: Washington's Spies (2014, 2017) as Walter Havens
- Unforgettable (2014)
- NCIS: Los Angeles (2013)
- Elementary (2013)
- Royal Pains (2014)
|2018||The Highwaymen (film)||John Quinn|
|2016||13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi||DS Alec|
|2013||Killing Lincoln||Frederick Seward|
|2011||The Importance of Being Earnest||Jack Worthing|
|2011||It May Be Love But It Doesn't Show||Peter|
Selected Broadway and Off Broadway
- Noises Off, Broadway, Roundabout Theatre. (2016) Furr received a Tony Award Nomination for his performance of Garry Lejuene.
- Cymbeline, Shakespeare in the Park, (2015) New York Shakespeare Festival
- The Explorers Club, by Nell Benjamin, (2013), Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City
- As You Like It, Shakespeare in the Park (2012), New York Shakespeare Festival, St. Claire Bayfield Award
- The Importance of Being Earnest, Broadway, (2011), Roundabout Theatre Company
- Equivocation, 2010, Manhattan Theatre Club
- Accent on Youth, Broadway, (2008), Manhattan Theatre Club
- Cymbeline, Broadway (2007), Lincoln Center Theatre
- Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?. Broadway, (2005)
- The Rivals, Broadway, (2004), Lincoln Center Theatre
- King Lear, Broadway, (2004), Lincoln Center Theatre
Awards and nominations
|2016||Tony Award||Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play||Noises Off||Nominated|||
|2016||Drama Desk Award||Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play||Noises Off||Nominated|||
|2012||St. Clair Bayfield Award||Best Performance in a supporting role by an actor in a Shakespearean play in the NY Metropolitan area||As You Like It||Won|||
|2012||Falstaff Award||Best Supporting Performance, Male||As You Like It||Won|||
|2005||Ovation Award||Best Actor||All My Sons||Nominated|||
|2005||Henry Award||Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Play||All My Sons||Nominated|||
- BroadwayWorld TV. "Tony Awards Close-Up: Has David Furr Recovered from His Physically-Demanding Role In NOISES OFF? Find Out!". Broadwayworld.com. Retrieved 2017-05-25.
- Joseph F. Panarello (2016-02-22). "BWW Interview: David Furr Is Banged Up and Bruised in NOISES OFF". Broadwayworld.com. Retrieved 2017-05-25.
- (2005) .
- "Drama Desk Awards 2009 winners announced". www.newyorktheatreguide.com. Retrieved 16 January 2017.
- "David Furr Receives Equity Shakespeare Award".
- "Falstaff Awards".
- "Arvada Center Leads the Pack".
- "Press Room 2005-06 Colorado Theatre Guild Henry Awards". San Diego Film Critics Society. 15 December 2014. Retrieved 16 January 2017.
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