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David Arrow

David is the son of the 1972 Nobel Laureate in Economics Kenneth Arrow. His mother Selma is a psychotherapist. He became interested in acting at the age of 12 while attending The Carroll School for dyslexic children. His first role was Oliver in the musical Oliver performed at Tuffs University in Massachusetts. His first job in the professional ... See full bio »

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 2015 Moon Creek Cemetery (post-production)
Sgt. Hayne
 2014 Mr. Right (TV Series)
- Episode #1.3 (2014) ... Matt
 2012 Waitress (Short)
 2011 Jon Benjamin Has a Van (TV Series)
- The Curse (2011) ... Officer
 2008 12 Miles of Bad Road (TV Series)
Fighter Pilot
- Texas Stadium (2008) ... Fighter Pilot
 2008 The Dot Man
 2006 Passions (TV Series)
Desk Clerk
 1993-2005 Days of Our Lives (TV Series)
Anesthesiologist / Waiter
- Episode #1.10007 (2005) ... Anesthesiologist
- Episode #1.7006 (1993) ... Waiter
 2002 Rules of Love (Short)
Father Jim
 2002 Igby Goes Down
 1999 Hostage
 1998 Joseph's Gift
Justin Keller
 1990 Growing Pains (TV Series)
Romeo Mime
- The Triangle (1990) ... Romeo Mime (uncredited)
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 2002 Rules of Love (Short)
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 2008 The Dot Man (producer)

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Appeared Off Broadway in Anonymous directed by Pamela Berlin See more »

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Won a Drama-Logue Award for playing the title role in Albert Camus Caligula. See more »

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