David is an alumnus of Harold Night, performing off and on from 2007-2015 with a number of weird teams. He currently teaches all levels of UCB's core curriculum, and you can occasionally see him perform at the all faculty show "Hot For Teacher." David has studied with Michael Delaney, Anthony King, Chris Gethard, Armando Diaz, Christina Gausas, Rebecca Drysdale, Billy Merritt, Charlie Todd, Doug Moe and Curtis Gwinn. Before moving to New York, David performed with Dirty South Improv and ComedySportz while attending the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he directed the long-running sketch and improv group "Chips." In 2008 David won $500 in Denny's gift certificates for his impression of John McCain, and he also played the senator in a debate with the real-life Chris Matthews at the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia. He helped develop and performed in the improvised political satire show "The Spin" at UCB, and has also written a few things on CollegeHumor that popped up in places like the Washington Post. Outside of comedy David has also worked as a reporter covering personal injury and product liability litigation throughout the country.