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Dave Clark (I)

Dave Clark was born on December 15, 1939 in London, England. He is an actor and composer, known for Having a Wild Weekend (1965), Yours, Mine & Ours (2005) and Look Who's Talking Too (1990). See full bio »

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Known For

Yours, Mine & Ours Soundtrack


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 1981 The Being
Customer In Diner
 1965 Having a Wild Weekend
Steve (as The Dave Clark Five)
 1964 Becket
Soldier (uncredited)
 1963 Sing and Swing
Recording Man (as David Clark)
 1963 That Kind of Girl
Dancer in club (uncredited)
 1961 Pit of Darkness
Nightclub Musician (uncredited)
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Show Show Self (24 credits)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

In 1966, he and his band, The Dave Clark Five, co-starred in an unsold comedy/drama pilot called "The Happeners" about the struggles of a group of coffeehouse singers in Greenwich Village.

Publicity Listings:

1 Interview | 1 Article | See more »

Alternate Names:

David Clark | The Dave Clark Five

Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

[on touring with The Dave Clark Five in the 1960s] That was the ultimate high, playing live. You feel like the Pied Piper, or a conductor, knowing how to take an audience up or bring them down. You were the champions of the world for that one or two hours of the day. See more »


Writer Bob Rafelson pitched the idea of a weekly sitcom to him; when Clark rejected the idea, Rafelson refined it to become The Monkees (1966). See more »

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