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David Lawrence (radio host)

This article is about the actor. For the early 20th century novelist, see D. H. Lawrence.

David H. Lawrence XVII
Nationality American
Occupation Actor, broadcaster, author, new media consultant
Religion None
Website
http://www.davids.com/

David Harvard Lawrence XVII is an American television and film actor, voice talent, network radio host, Internet entrepreneur, podcaster, demo producer, teacher and author, best known for his role as The Puppetmaster on NBC's sci-fi series Heroes.[1][2][3] He was also the host of the daily The David Lawrence Show and weekend Online Tonight, both nationally syndicated radio talk shows that revolved around pop culture and the high-tech lifestyle.[2][3]

The "XVII" in his name was a way for Lawrence to distinguish himself from previous David Lawrences already registered with SAG. At the time, he was the 17th David Lawrence listed on IMDB, and appended the number to his name upon his own registry.[4]

Acting

Lawrence's appearances on network television include playing a Serbian doctor opposite TNT series Perception.

Radio broadcast history

Lawrence was heard on the radio for nearly 35 years on stations: WMAL, WMZQ and WRQX/Washington DC, WGAR, WGCL, WDMT/Cleveland, KC101/New Haven, WTAE/Pittsburgh and WNCI and WLVQ/Columbus. He is a founding member and former executive producer of the radio comedy ensemble, The American Comedy Network.[8] He wrote the best-selling Learn HTML on The Macintosh, the first web design book created exclusively for Macintosh users. He was the anchor and executive producer of the music show, The Net Music Countdown where one of his net unknown artists was Megaphone.[9][10]

Podcasting

Lawrence has been involved in podcasting since the inception. He holds the title of 'first podcaster' since he has been sending audio to subscribers via the internet since 1994 when he started the 'Personal Netcast'. David does voiceover work and speaks at events, including the NAB and the Portable Media Expo.

Voice work

Lawrence is the voice of America Online's customer service lines, and the voice of over 1500 other interactive voice response telephone systems. Lawrence also wrote and produced the radio programs for the video game Saints Row.[13] In 2007, he started his Demos2GoGo, his own voiceover demo reel business.[1] Starting on November 18, 2010, he did guest announcing for The Price Is Right, as he is a personal friend of host Drew Carey.

Commentator

Lawrence makes regular appearances as an industry commentator on TechTV, CNN, FOX, CBS, MSNBC and Tribune broadcasting outlets as well as the CBC and the BBC, where he is on Radio 5 Live's "Up All Night."[12][14]

References

External links

  • The David Lawrence Show
  • sotto voce film works
  • My Name is Wallace
  • Demos2GoGo
  • Secrets of Screen Acting
  • Saint's Row Credits
  • Internet Movie Database
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