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David Giammarco (II)


David Giammarco is a multi-talented performer, writer, and producer in both television and feature films, as well as international media. In front of the cameras, David has acted opposite Kevin Costner, Dennis Hopper, Kelsey Grammer, and Nathan Lane in the political comedy Swing Vote (2008); battled horror icon Freddy Krueger in Freddy vs. Jason (... See full bio »

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 2008 Swing Vote
C.J. (uncredited)
 2003-2007 eTalk Daily (TV Series)
Host
- Episode dated 24 April 2007 (2007) ... Host
- Episode dated 15 March 2007 (2007) ... Host
- Episode dated 5 February 2007 (2007) ... Host
- Episode dated 5 September 2006 (2006) ... Host
- Episode dated 22 July 2003 (2003) ... Host
 2006 e2 (TV Series)
Senior Entertainment Reporter (2006-2007)
 1988-1989 Night Heat (TV Series)
Police Cadet
- Blues in a Bottle (1989) ... Police Cadet
- Elaine (1988) ... Police Cadet
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Other Works:

Starred in TV commercial for Ford Trucks. The ad campaign featured a young Giammarco as the lead singer of a rock & roll band. See more »

Publicity Listings:

12 Interviews | 8 Articles | 1 Pictorial | See more »

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Alternate Names:

David M. Giammarco

Height:

5' 11" (1.8 m)
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Trivia:

As a young reporter, David worked with fellow James Bond alumni Lois Maxwell, best known as Miss Moneypenny in the first 14 James Bond films - from Dr. No (1962) to A View to a Kill (1985), where they both wrote for the entertainment section of The Toronto Sun. See more »

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