Gall, David 1966–
Gall, David 1966–
(David Gilbert Gail, David Gale)
Born February 27, 1966, in Tampa, FL. Education: Attended the University of Southern Florida.
Television Appearances; Series:
Danny Burke, The Round Table, NBC, 1992.
Eddie Bartlett, Robin's Hoods, syndicated, 1994.
Dean Collins, Savannah, The WB, 1996.
Dr. Joseph Parnell 'Joe' Scanlon, Port Charles, ABC, 1999–2000.
Television Appearances; Movies:
First crazy, Full Eclipse, HBO, 1993.
Matt, Two Came Back, ABC, 1997.
The rough fellow, Me & Will, Sundance, 1999.
(As David Gale) Justin Caffrey, The Hollywood Mom's Mystery, Hallmark Channel, 2004.
Rex, Piece of My Heart, Lifetime, 2005.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Norman, "The World According to Chrissy," Growing Pains, ABC, 1990.
(As David Gilbert Gail) "Lonesome Doog," Doogie Howser, M.D., ABC, 1991.
Monroe Shepard, "Love's Deadly Desire," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1993.
Mike Rydell, "The Fatal Seduction," Matlock, ABC, 1993.
Stuart Carson, a recurring role, Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1993–94.
Sergeant Andrews, "Tell Me Where It Hurts," ER, NBC, 2002.
Lieutenant Commander Bartell, "Complications," JAG, CBS, 2003.
Mitchell, Some Girl (also known as Girl Talk and Men), Nu-Image, 1998.
Fiance, Kismet, CustomFlix, 1999.
Martin, Carnival Knowledge, Minaret, 2002.
Perfect Opposites, MAC, 2004.
Bill Hillman, The Belly of the Beast, Faultline, 2006.
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