(as David A. Hess)
He acted in the musical, "Shenandoah," at the Marriott Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with David H. Bell (director) and Doug Peck (musical director) in the crew.
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David A. Hess | David Alexander Hess
5' 11" (1.8 m)
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[on being a guest at horror conventions] I love doing them. Maybe other people don't. I just think if you're not in touch with your fans, why bother? I mean, it's a job but it's not a job. I can't do that many of them though. I try to limit my appearances to maybe four or five a year if that sounds right. When you're on screen and you're depicting something, you're influencing a lot of people. So...
In the late '50s, Hess had a stab (no pun intended) at a pop-music career under the name David Hill. Two of his Kapp Records singles, "Two Brothers" and "Living Doll" (a cover of the Cliff Richard
hit) scraped into the Hot 100 in 1959.
Often portrays pyschotic homicidal maniacs