David Aaron Baker is a Hollywood actor who was born in Durham situated in North California, United States. He was grown up in Normal in Illinois. In his summer time, he has also acted in local festivals of Shakespeare. He was also a member of winning speech team of High School’s state championship. David Aaron Baker is an actor who played seven different characters on Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and Law & Order: Trial by Jury.

David cleared graduation from Illinois State University in his hometown, graduated from the University of Texas. He has also narrated audio books which include Brother Odd, Forever Odd, Odd Thomas, Black Maps, True Believer, The Patriots Club, At First Sight, Odd Hours, Odd Apocalypse, Odd Interlude, Deeply Odd, etc. He is very well known for the role as “ Prince Dauntless ” which is opposite to “ Sarah Jessica Parker,” who in 1999 was a nominated revival for “ Once Upon A Mattress.”

Then in 2004, he appeared as Lorraine Hansberry's revival in “ A Raisin in the Sun”, that is opposite to Phylicia Rashad, Audra McDonald, Sanaa Lathan, and Sean Combs.

Dave Sheridan English Actor

Dave Sheridan

David Christopher "Dave" Sheridan is an American comedian, producer, writer, musician, and actor. He is best known to the audience as the Special Officer Doofy in the 2000 release Scary Movie (2000). He was born on 10 March 1969 in Newark, Delaware, The United States of America. She was an intern at Saturday Night Live through which he kick-started his career. It is an American live TV comedy and variety show. Lorne Michaels created, and Dick Ebersol developed it. Then, he joined famed comedy troupe of Chicago named The Second City. It is a comedy enterprise situated in Chicago, Illinois, United States. He directed, wrote and produced a multimedia stage show called "Dave Sheridan's America." In 1996, he starred on MTV reality series called Buzzkill in which three friends staged pranks, in a different location, on people. Hidden cameras in the show captured pranks and showed them on television. The show got its name from the slang “Buzzkill” which means an undesired event which depletes the experience of one’s high or buzz. In 2001, he did a film named Ghost World in which he appeared as Doug. The character later featured in Red Hot Chili Peppers’ music videos for "Universally Speaking" and "By the Way." His band named Van Stone was formed in 2004. He tours with the members for the shows. In the year 2008, he started a series of which he was the host. It is called Smile...You're Under Arrest! And it was telecast on Fox Reality Channel. In 2014, he appeared in the parody of the movie The Walking Dead which is named The Walking Deceased. He played the role of Sheriff Lincoln. In 2015, he played the lead role of Finn in Amigo Undead. In the same year, he did the part of Stubniski in the film named White Space, an SF thriller. In 2016, he is co-hosting the podcast called "The Dave and Creech Show" with CJ Creech, the actor, and podcaster. In 2002, he wrote the story of Frank McKlusky, C.I. In 2001, he played Mark in Bubble Boy, In 2003, he did the part of Bill the Mechanic in The Fighting Temptations, and he also appeared in Grounded for Life as Jack. In 2005, he portrayed Officer Ray Dobson in The Devil's Rejects. In 2006, he appeared as Wade in Gay Robot and “Man in Hat” in Stone & Ed. In 2014, he played Aghoul in A Haunted House 2.

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David Alan Basche

David Alan Basche is an American actor who was born on August 25, 1968, in Hartford of Connecticut. During his schooling at Norfeldt Elementary, When Alan was studying in the sixth standard at West Hartford’s, he got his first acting role in the movie “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer”, a school production. Basche, who had angry, smart - ass kid attitude at school time, tried out for the role, and he was given the role after the suggestion by the school counselor that David does acting for channeling his some anger and emotion. During his schooling at King Philip Middle School, he has appeared in several plays and Community Center of Greater Hartford Jewish presented them. During his four years of education at a high school in West Hartford, “William H. Hall”, he had ten school play roles. After then Basche went to Emerson College, where he was working as communications major, before switching to perform arts. He is one of some actors who can do every character. In many of T.V. Comedies as well as dramas, he has been regular on series. He has also acted for Steven Spielberg, Paul Greengrass as well as Shawn Levy. Others are Martin Scorsese, Robert Zemeckis, and Michael Patrick King, Gary Winick as well as George Nolfi, etc. He has done a lot of flirting in his life, and some of them included Julia and berated a Brooke Shields. Many are married (and divorced) Debra Messing, snubbed Sarah Jessica as well as Mr. Big. This big number of flirts does not show that he does not pay any attention to his work. Also, he is an actor in theater, who is very trained as well as very strict upon chops of the stage. His many of works prove this, like he with Eli Wallach did a play of two-character in the country New-york, which became hit. He played eight shows in a single week for more than a year. The memorable star of Basche turned out into powerful play “SnakeBit”. Even NY Times said upon that, David appeared to be very sensational in his role, full of energy. His role in TV Land’s “The Exes” is memorable one, in which he played the character of newly-Single-Stuart, who was in need and who from his divorce attorney Holly moved into an apartment with Phil and Haskell. He always remains concerned a lot with the environment. Recently he lives with his partner, where they used the home to share information about how to build green. In Harlem, they had brownstone renovation which was being shown on TV as “Greenest Homes Of World” and also as “ Renovation Nation” in many magazines like Dwell, The Nest as well as Gotham and on the websites such as Dwell.com, Kohler.com, they allowed construction process that is environmentally friendly to be reflected. His nature is very kind and is also involved in various donations and charities like Cancer Support Community and Habitat for Humanity as well as Our Time Theatre Company. Other’s includes Actors for Autism and Joyful Heart Foundation. While looking at the starting time of his career, his first major exposure was in a short sitcom “Oh Grow Up”, that was created by Alan Ball. After then, he acted the character of Steven Keats in the NBC sitcom Three Sisters for about two seasons. After then, in 2005 he appeared in the movie,”War of the Worlds” as in the role of Tim. In 2006, he acted Todd Beamer in United 93. In 2007, he did lead role in “I'll Believe You,” which is a family comedy movie. In 2008, he played the role of “Mike Harness” in the show Lipstick Jungle. In 2010, he worked as a guest star in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit which was produced by Peter Jankowski, David J. Burke, Law & Order: Criminal Intent started on September 30, 2001 and The Mentalist started on September 23, 2008. He also appeared as a guest at the wedding in movie “Sex and The City 2”. About David’s personal life, he married actress “ Alysia Reiner”, they met during Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night production. On December 5, 2008, they both got a daughter gift named Livia Charles. His left wrist has a tattoo “There Is No Perfect”.

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