David Hull (actor)
|Years active||2006 - present|
Hull was born and raised in Ohio just outside of Cincinnati. When he was younger he was interested in politics and was a member of the Junior Statesmen of America. At the age of sixteen, he discovered his love of music when he performed pop & country revues at local theme park Kings Island. He later attended the University of Michigan.
Hull had a number of Broadway credits before being cast in recurring role as White Josh on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend in 2015. In April 2017, it was announced that Hull had been promoted to series regular. He also had a recurring role as Travis Moore in the HBO comedy series Insecure. He played Logan on The Middle where he works at the mall with Sue Heck.
|2014||Are You Joking?||Seth / Computer Face|
|2016||The Dark Tapes||Josh (segment "Amanda's Revenge")|
|2018||The Browsing Effect||Todd|
|2019||The Sheriff of Topanga Canyon||Dave Wilder||TV Movie|
|2010||The Big C||Greeter||Episode: "New Beginnings"|
|2012||Pzazz 101||David||Episode: "Understudies"|
|2013||Smash||Dancer||Episode: "The Dramaturg"|
|2014||Submissions Only||Opening Credit Actor||4 Episodes|
|2014||Los Feliz, 90027||Austin James|
|2015–2016||The Middle||Logan||3 Episodes|
|2015–2019||Crazy Ex-Girlfriend||White Josh||34 Episodes|
|2016||K.C. Undercover||Damon||Episode: "Virtual Insanity"|
|2017||TV for Monsters||Wolfman||4 Episodes|
|2017||Wisdom of the Crowd||Karl||Episode: "Live Stream"|
|2018||Into the Dark||Alan||Episode: "The Body"|
|2006||Gypsy: A Musical Fable||Angie Farmboy|
|2007||High Button Shoes||Ensemble||Goodspeed Musicals|
|2007-2009||Wicked||Ensemble / Understudy Boq||Broadway|
|2009||A Chorus Line||Mark Anthony||Broadway Revival|
|2010||Calvin Berger||Matt||George Street Playhouse|
|2010||Saved||Dean||Kansas City Repertory Theatre|
|2010-2012||Wicked||Ensemble / Understudy Fiyero||Broadway|
|2011-2012||How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying||Toynbee / Ensemble / Understudy J. Pierrepont Finch||Broadway|
|2013||The Book of Mormon||Ensemble / Understudy Elder McKinley||Broadway|
|2013||The Sound of Music Live!||Ensemble||NBC Live Televised Production|
|2014||Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike||Spike||Center Theatre Group|
- Calvario, Liz (5 April 2017). "'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend': Scott Michael Foster Upped To Series Regular For Season 3". Deadline. Retrieved 14 April 2017.
- Gans, Andrew (7 April 2017). "TV Roundup: NBC Orders More Will & Grace, David Hull Signs on for More Crazy Ex-Girlfriend". Playbill. Retrieved 14 April 2017.
- Atkinson, S (7 April 2017). "White Josh Joins 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' As A Season Regular & He'll Bring Some Much Needed Levity To Season 3". Bustle. Retrieved 14 April 2017.
- Barkan, Jonathan (8 March 2017). "New Trailer for The Dark Tapes Lauds its Numerous Awards; First The Darker Paths News". Dread Central. Retrieved 14 April 2017.
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