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David Conrad Biography
David Conrad is an American actor. He is best known for starring in the television series Ghost Whisperer alongside Jennifer Love Hewitt from 2005 to 2010.
David Conrad Age
David was born on August 17, 1967 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S. He is 51 years old as of 2018.
David Conrad Family
David was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is the youngest of three boys. David is the son of James Watson Conrad, an engineer, and Margaret Clement Conrad, a librarian. His great grandfather Frank Conrad was an electrical engineer. He is a great-nephew of Martin Withington Clement, who was president of the Pennsylvania Railroad 1935-1948, and great-nephew of Maj.General Charles M. Clement, commander of the 28th Division. David is a native of Swissvale, Pennsylvania. He grew up on the border of Edgewood, both suburbs of Pittsburgh.
David Conrad Education
He transferred as a sophomore from Swissvale High School to The Kiski School, an all-boys preparatory school in Saltsburg, Pennsylvania, on a scholarship in the early 1980s. In 1985 he graduated from The Kiski School. He studied history at Brown University, and began acting while he was there. In 1990 he left Brown and worked as a carpenter, a barista, a housepainter, and interviewed former steelworkers for a historical society in Pittsburgh.
David continued to study theatre at New York’s prestigious Juilliard School as a member of the Drama Division’s Group 25 (1992–1996). While at Juilliard, David appeared in a stage adaptation of John Irving’s novel The Cider House Rules, written by Peter Parnell and co-directed by actor Tom Hulce. He left Juilliard in 1995 prior to completing his final year, in order to accept a role in the film Snow White in the Black Forest starring Sigourney Weaver (released in 1997 on Showtime as Snow White: A Tale of Terror).
David Conrad Wife | Is David Conrad Married | David Conrad Gay
David played the role of a gardener who had a gay affair in which he did a tastefully nude scene in Under Heat. Despite his composure and being relaxed in the movie, he isn’t married and is rarely spotted around with any woman, the actor has still not come out as gay.David Conrad Photo
David Conrad Ghost Whisperer
David appeared in the comedy Wedding Crashers with Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson in 2005. He also landed on a regular role on the CBS series Ghost Whisperer, in which he portrayed Jennifer Love Hewitt’s paramedic husband, Jim Clancy until the series was canceled in 2010.
David Conrad Movies
- 2012 – Undaunted: The Forgotten Giants of the Allegheny Observatory as Narrator
- 2011 – About Sunny as Ted
- 2009 – Follow the Prophet as Roger Colden
- 2007 – Crazy as Ryan Bradford
- 2005 – Wedding Crashers as Trap
- 2005 – Dumpster as Francis Kramer
- 2003 – Anything Else as Dr. Phil Reed
- 2000 – Men of Honor as Capt. Hanks
- 1999 – The Weekend as Lyle
- 1998 – Return to Paradise as Tony Croft
- 1996 – Under Heat as Simon
- 1993- Darkness as Vampire
David Conrad Movies Tv Shows
- 2013–2014, 2018 – Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. as Ian Quinn
- 2005–2010 – Ghost Whisperer as Jim Clancy/Sam Lucas
- 2015 – The Curse of the Fuentes Women as Max
- 2015 – Castle as Frank Kelly
- 2013 – Law and Order: Special Victims Unit as Officer West
- 2012 – The Firm as Ben
- 2012 – Beautiful People as Jerry
- 2011 – The Good Wife as Judge Clark Willard
- 2010 – CSI: Miami as Gary Chapman
- 2005 – House M.D. as Marty Hamilton
- 2004 – Beck and Call as Matthew
- 2003 – Boston Public as Dave Fields
- 2003 – LA Confidential as Det. Ed Exley
- 2003 – Miss Match as Michael Mendelson
- 2002 – The Time Tunnel as Doug Phillips
- 2002 – Roswell as Daniel Pierce
- 1999 – A Season for Miracles as Police Captain Nathan Blair
- 1997 – Snow White: A Tale of Terror as Peter Gutenberg
- 1996 – Relativity as Leo Roth
David Conrad And Jennifer Love Hewitt
David and Jennifer Love Hewitt were in Ghost Whisperer(2005) together. He portrayed Jennifer Love Hewitt’s paramedic husband, Jim Clancy until the series was canceled in 2010.
David Conrad Career
Conrad made his feature film debut with a small role in the 1994 film Under Heat. In 1996, he won a role as Leo Roth on the television series Relativity; however, he was already committed to a Pittsburgh production of the Tom Stoppard play Arcadia. Since the producers felt David was right for the part, production on the series he was later scheduled to accommodate his work on the play. David continued to appear in the 1998 film Return to Paradise with Vince Vaughn and Anne Heche.
David continued with his stage career, he made his Broadway debut as Blythe Danner’s much younger lover in a revival of Terence Rattigan’s The Deep Blue Sea in 1998. He went on to appear in off-Broadway productions of Troilus and Cressida, Richard II and Tom Stoppard’s Indian Ink. In June 2009, he performed as Pale in the play Burn This at the New Hazlett Theater in Pittsburgh. David appeared in the TV drama The Weekend with Gena Rowlands and Brooke Shields in 1999. In the same year he appeared in the Hallmark Hall of Fame television movie A Season for Miracles, opposite Carla Gugino.
David in Men of Honor (2000) he portrayed a naval lieutenant alongside Robert De Niro and Cuba Gooding, Jr.. He also appeared in recurring roles on the WB series Roswell (1999–2002) and Fox’s dramatic series Boston Public (2000–2005). David appeared in a small role in the Woody Allen comedy Anything Else in 2003 and was cast as Detective Ed Exley in the network adaptation of “L.A. Confidential”; though the pilot was not picked up to series, David soon found work on NBC’s Miss Match, in which he tries to win the heart of professional matchmaker Kate Fox (Alicia Silverstone). The series was pulled after airing 11 of 18 episodes.
David appeared in the comedy Wedding Crashers with Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson in 2005. He also landed on a regular role on the CBS series Ghost Whisperer, in which he portrayed Jennifer Love Hewitt’s paramedic husband, Jim Clancy until the series was canceled in 2010. In the same year he was seen on an Episode of CSI: Miami. He began playing the recurring role of Ian Quinn in the first season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. in 2013.
David has been a visiting professor of Literature and Drama at the University of Pittsburgh.
David Conrad Net Worth
David has an estimated Net Worth of $3 million.