|Born||in Jacksonville, Florida, USA|
Mini Bio (1)
David Caprita was born a Navy brat in Jacksonville, Florida on September 30, 1953. He began his entertainment career in radio at the ripe age of 14, beginning in Pensacola and eventually hosting morning shows across the nation, including Miami, Seattle, Las Vegas and Los Angeles. David began acting in Miami, appearing in film and TV as well as performing on stage. In 2000, David was nominated in the Best Actor category of the prestigious Carbonell Awards for his lead performance in the Southeastern U.S. premiere of Tracy Letts' "Killer Joe". David also appeared in Letts' "Bug". David's radio career includes producing talk shows such as "The Randi Rhodes Show", various sports programs at NBC Sports Radio and creating and hosting his own program "Uncommon Ground" for XM Radio. David lives in Los Angeles with his wife Ellen, where, in addition to acting and writing as a member of The Sanford Meisner Center and Skypilot Theater, he is a radio announcer for 94.7, The Wave. David's writing includes TV pilots; "Tropic Air", "All Talk", "Muscle Shoals" and the episodic tale of serial killer/president Dick Posey, "Hell to the Chief". His onstage writing includes "Jake and the Angel", "Mule" and countless comedy sketches for the late night comedy series, "Fries on the Side". David has a daughter, two grandkids and a great granddaughter living in North Florida.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: David Caprita