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David Banks is an American film and television actor and musician. He has appeared in more than 200 television commercials in roles of leading man, boyfriend, son, husband, father, “the regular guy/common man”, “poor sap”, “the dorky guy”, “complaining idiot” and more.
In 2004, David Banks made his film debut in the drama "Doing Hard Time" with Steven Bauer, Boris Kodjoe, Michael Kenneth Williams, and Giancarlo Esposito. David Banks studied and performed at The Groundlings in Los Angeles; its alumni include John Lovitz, Will Farrell, Chris Katan, and Lisa Kudrow. David Banks can be seen in recent episodes of "Rutherford Falls", "Why Women Kill", "The Afterparty" and "Never Have I Ever".
Here's our official interview...
What is your name?
Where are you from?
What do you do?
Tell us a little about yourself -
Originally moving to Los Angeles for my music (drummer) I got slightly distracted with acting. I have been in the acting game for over 20 years. It certainly is a roller coaster ride going 100 mph one minute and then lets you off without warning the next, with many unexpected stops at any given time. I'm hanging on and enjoying the ride.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Living anywhere other than California [LAUGHS] Still doing what I love but perhaps somewhere a little less crazy.
Atlanta, Hawaii or Texas sound pretty good right about now.
Who are some of your mentors?
100% hands down my folks. No question about it.
What are you currently working on?
I just finished a finished working on the feature film "Cursed Friends Forever" alongside Harvey Guillen.
Will be appearing in Season 3 of "Never Have I Ever" with Poorna Jagannathan and Richa Moorjani coming August 12th on Netflix.
During COVID, we all faced struggles, what was one of your main struggles?
Being away from my family. Many of us were so uncertain about getting together or flying anywhere. It definitely was a crazy time. I had several friends move back home. Everything just stopped for so many of us. I knew we would bounce back sooner or later but it really was a struggle.
Where can fans find your work?
What are your social links?
Thanks so much for your time!!!
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