TV commercial (voiceover): Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
1 Interview |
1 Magazine Cover Photo |
6' 2" (1.88 m)
Did You Know?
You get to celebrate the content of someone's character as opposed to the color of their skin or their outward appearance. That to me is the most impressive element about Gargoyles
(1994) because it forces you to deal with who they are. Not what they look like or anything external. You are dealing with internal principles about these people.
Following the 1986 film Platoon
(1986), Charlie Sheen
- who starred in the films - did a TV interview and credits David with saving his life. While shooting in an open-doored Huey gunship, the helicopter banked too hard, and Sheen was thrown towards - and would have gone through - the open door. David grabbed Sheen by the back and pulled him back in.