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David O'Hara (II)


David O'Hara was born in Johnson City, Tennessee, raised in Phoenix, Arizona and Long Beach, California. At the age of 27, he became one of the top track & field coaches in the US. Coaching three Olympians, they won two bronze medals, and one set the world record in the women's javelin. Retiring from coaching at 29, David took up acting, appearing ... See full bio »

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 2012 The Failing Man (TV Series) (completed)
Luther
- Episode #1.4 ... Luther
- Episode #1.3 ... Luther
- Episode #1.2 ... Luther
- Episode #1.1 ... Luther
 2013 Monarch (Short)
Raines
 2012 The Blue Line (TV Movie)
Lt. O'Malley
 2011 Heavy Metal Superstar (TV Series)
The Roadie's Ghost
 2010 Mushroom Hunt (Short)
Doyle
 2010 P.O.A. Point of Acceptance (Video short)
Hunt
 2009/I 27 (Short)
Barnes
 2009 The Snallygaster Tale (Short)
Hank
 2009 America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back (TV Series documentary)
Robert Snyder
- Bomb Plot/Fugitives (2009) ... Robert Snyder
 2009 Criminal Minds (TV Series)
Ed Gein
- Cold Comfort (2009) ... Ed Gein
 1988 Santa Barbara (TV Series)
Cop
- Episode #1.929 (1988) ... Cop
 1987 War Cat
Major Hargrove
 1986 Armed Response
Thug #1 (as Dave O'Hara)
 1986 The Tomb
John Banning (as David Pearson)
 1985 Hard Rock Zombies
Ed
 1985 Biohazard
Reiger (as David Pearson)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Wrote and Directed the HD short comedy, The Mojo Cafe.

Alternate Names:

Dave O'Hara | David Pearson

Height:

5' 9" (1.75 m)
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Trivia:

Former track coach with the South Coast Track Club. Out of seven athletes in the club, six made the Olympic Trials in Fredrick, Maryland. Three made the O;ympic Team in 1972. Subject of Sports Illustrated article. See more »

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