|Is||Screenwriter Film producer Actor Television actor Film actor|
|From||United States of America|
|Type||Film, TV, Stage & Radio|
|Birth||20 November 1974, North Reading, Middlesex County, Massachusetts|
David J. O'Donnell (born November 20, 1974,) is an American film and television actor, producer, and screenwriter.
Early life and education
O'Donnell made his acting debut in 1996 with a minor role in director David Koepp's thriller The Trigger Effect. He has since played several roles in films and television series such as Air Force One (1997), Thirteen Days (2000), Days of Our Lives (2008-2009), and Handsome Sportz Klub (2011).
In 2015, O'Donnell was seen portraying one of the primary characters, of "David," in directors Jake Wilkens and Mark O'Brien's short drama/thriller Wanderer, alongside Georgina Reilly and Mark O'Brien. For the role, he won "Best Supporting Actor in a Short Film" at the 2016 SOFIE Award.
Most recently, in 2020, O'Donnell was seen as "Simon Sawyer" in "Under the Gun" episode of the TV series The Rookie.
O'Donnell is also active as a film producer and screenwriter. In 2011 he produced, wrote, and acted in the television series Handsome Sportz Klub. In 2009, he produced and acted in a short film titled Tomorrow, starring Bodhi Elfman and Eva Mah. His latest project, a short sci-fi film titled Proxy is currently in post-production. The film, with Erika Christensen, Emma Booth, Marcus Coloma in the lead cast, is slated to release in August 2020.
O'Donnell is married to actress Jennifer Aspen since 2 September 2006; they have a child together.
|Article Title:||David O'Donnell: American actor - Biography and Life|
|Author(s):||PeoplePill.com Editorial Staff|
|Publish Date:||14 Dec 2016|
|Date Accessed:||02 Dec 2020|