|Born||in Indiana, USA|
|Height||6' (1.83 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
EMMY-Nominated actor-producer David Millbern first emerged as a child actor in such iconic commercials as McDonald's "Glasses to Go" and was the smile behind their "Sundae Smile" campaign, among many others. By 17, David had already studied and worked with Lee Strasberg at the Actors Studio in NYC. After graduating from Northwestern University, a contract role playing 'Lance Hirt' on ABC's General Hospital brought him to L.A. David's first film was a lead in Roger Corman's, "The Slumber Party Massacre", which became a cult favorite. Next was a lead in "Sorceress" also for Corman and when honored by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences a few years ago, Corman mentioned his fondness for David's work in both films. More feature film roles followed including Sir Ian McKellen's doctor in the Oscar-winning "Gods And Monsters", Mariel Hemingway's captor in "In Her Line Of Fire", and Alfred Molina's match in "Texas Rangers". MOWs include leads in Past Obsessions, An Accidental Christmas, Fatal Reunion for Lifetime; Christmas Do-Over, I'll Remember April, I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus for ABC Family; and Ice Spiders, Chupacabra: Dark Seas for SYFY. David starred in Amanda and the Alien for Showtime, and Error in Judgment and Sanctimony, both for HBO. David created the voice of 'Lt. Louie Nichols' in the award-winning animated series Robotech. After receiving an EMMY Nomination for producing The Ribbon of Hope Celebration with the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, David dove head first into his love of storytelling by becoming an actor-producer hyphenate. David produced the female thriller, "The Nurse" and the comedic parody, "Hush Up Sweet Charlotte". He produces Cinema Conversations for HERE TV as well as their sit-com, From here! on OUT, starring EMMY-winner Juliet Mills. David won the prestigious Sabre Award for producing Live From the Daytime EMMY's Red Carpet and is a co-creator and host of the game show, Modd Couples on Hulu.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Midwesterner87