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Conrad, David 1967–

Conrad, David 1967–


Born August 17, 1967, in Pittsburgh, PA; son of an engineer and a librarian. Education: Graduated from the Juilliard School; studied history at Brown University, 1986–90. Avocational Interests: Writing short stories, cycling, rock climbing, swimming, horseback riding, fencing.

Addresses: AgentWilliam Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212; The Gersh Agency, 232 North Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Publicist—I/D Public Relations, 8409 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069.

Career: Actor. Steel Valley Historical Society, Pittsburgh, PA, interviewer; worked as a house painter, carpenter, and cappuccino maker. Involved in preservation and fund-raising efforts.

Awards, Honors: New American Cinema Award (with others), citation of excellence for ensemble cast performance, 2000, for The Weekend.


Television Appearances; Series:

Leo Roth, Relativity, ABC, 1996–97.

Agent Daniel Pierce/Deputy Fisher/Nasedo, Roswell (also known as Roswell High), The WB, 2000.

David Fields, Boston Public, Fox, 2003.

Michael Mendelsohn, Miss Match, NBC, 2003.

Jim Clancy, Ghost Whisperer, CBS, 2005–.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Television announcer, Bluegrass, CBS, 1988.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Dr. Peter Gutenberg, Snow White (also known as The Grimm Brothers' "Snow White", Snow White in the Black Forest, Snow White in the Dark Forest, and Snow White: A Tale of Terror), Showtime, 1997.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Police officer Nathan Blair, "A Season for Miracles," Hallmark Hall of Fame, CBS, 1999.

Himself, Brilliant but Cancelled: Pilot Season (documentary), Trio, 2003.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Marty Hamilton, "DNR," House (also known as House, M.D.), Fox, 2005.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Doug Phillips, The Time Tunnel, Fox, 2002.

Detective Ed Exley, L.A. Confidential, Trio, 2003.

Matthew, Beck & Call, UPN, 2004.

Film Appearances:

Brian Lucas/photographer, The Wizard of Speed and Time, Shapiro Glickenhaus, 1988.

Vampire, Darkness (also known as Leif Jonker's "Darkness"), Norseman Films, 1993.

Simon, Under Heat, 1994.

Voice of Sagat, Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie (animated), Capcom, 1995.

Tony, Return to Paradise (also known as All for One), Universal, 1998.

Lyle, The Weekend, Granada Films, 1999, Strand Releasing, 2000.

Lieutenant/Commander/Captain Hanks, Men of Honor (also known as Men of Honour and Navy Diver), Twentieth Century-Fox, 2000.

Dr. Reed, Anything Else (also known as Anything Else, la vie et tout le reste and La vie et tout le reste), DreamWorks, 2003.

Ryan Bradford, Crazy, 2006.

Film Work:

Second unit stunt driver, The Wizard of Speed and Time, Shapiro Glickenhaus, 1988.

Stage Appearances:

Septimus, Arcadia, Pittsburgh Public Theater, Pittsburgh, PA, c. 1996.

Freddie Page, The Deep Blue Sea, Roundabout Theatre, New York City, 1998.

David Durance, Indian Ink, American Conservatory Theater, Geary Theater, San Francisco, CA, 1999.

Walker, Three Days of Rain, Jewish Theatre of Pittsburgh, Jewish Community Center, Pittsburgh, PA, c. 2000.

Turn-of-Century Impromptu (poetry performance; fund-raiser), Carnegie Music Hall, Pittsburgh, PA, 2000.

Hector, Troilus & Cressida, Theatre for a New Audience, American Place Theatre, New York City, 2001.

Appeared in The Cider House Rules.



Cosmopolitan, March, 1997, p. 200.

Entertainment Weekly, April 18, 1997, p. 54.

New York Times, January 12, 1997.

Out, November, 2000, pp. 31-32.

People Weekly, November 18, 1996, p. 102.

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