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David Ellzey is an actor, known for Child's Play 3 (1991), Moonlighting (1985) and Play Dead (1983). See full bio »

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Child's Play 3
Moonlighting Assistant Coroner #2
Play Dead
Play Dead Stephen


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 1998 Dellaventura (TV Series)
- The Human Factor (1998)
 1997 Law & Order (TV Series)
Donald Cox
- Past Imperfect (1997) ... Donald Cox
 1993 Mad About You (TV Series)
Saul Beckner
- Murray's Tale (1993) ... Saul Beckner
 1991 Child's Play 3
 1990 The Dreamer of Oz (TV Movie)
 1987 Knots Landing (TV Series)
- There Are Smiles (1987) ... Grabowski
 1986 Moonlighting (TV Series)
Assistant Coroner #2
- In God We Strongly Suspect (1986) ... Assistant Coroner #2
 1985 Hardcastle and McCormick (TV Series)
 1983 Play Dead
 1978-1981 Dallas (TV Series)
- Showdown at San Ángelo (1981) ... Pianist
- Black Market Baby (1978) ... (credit only)
 1979 The Bermuda Triangle (Documentary)
 1978 Cotton Candy (TV Movie)
Brenda's Date (as David Ellzy)

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