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 David Bickford


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A few of the places you may have seen David:

NCIS: Los Angeles
Funeral Director "David Lerner"
(up to no good and chased down by LL Cool J and Chris O'Donnell in the end!)

TRUE BLOOD
Recurring as "Reverend Skinner"

CRIMINAL MINDS
Psychiatrist Dr. Montgomery Houston

FRANKLIN & BASH
Divorce attorney "Richard Kazack"

DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES
as  "Coco the (angry) Clown"
who is killed by a monkey

The Academy Award winning film "TRAFFIC"
as "Stan, from the Chamber of Commerce"
lobbying Michael Douglas

HANNAH MONTANA
Her very "kid-friendly" dentist

THE WEST WING
"Karl, from NASA"

On the CW's PRIVILEGED
as "Dr. Besser" the family physician

GENERAL HOSPITAL
as "Dr. Stanley"
maybe the world's worst psychiatrist

CROCODILE DUNDEE IN L.A.
Causing a panic on the freeway

Comedy bits for
JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE, THE TONIGHT SHOW, SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, 
Comedy Central's IMPORTANT THINGS WITH DEMITRI MARTIN,
Betty White's OFF THEIR ROCKERS

Joss Weadon's ANGEL
Allowing a boatload of demons to be smuggled out of the country

As a bad guy "attacked" by Michael Madsen with a chainsaw on
VENGENCE UNLIMITED

Classic TV shows, including
JUST SHOOT ME, MURPHY BROWN, WINGS, MELROSE PLACE, BEVERLY HILLS 90210, GILMORE GIRLS, SHARK, CAROLINE IN THE CITY...

Conducting the bizarre ceremony that is
"RITE"
(Official entry, 2009 Sundance Film Festival)

ANGEL'S DANCE
(starring Jim Belushi and Sheryl Lee)
As the guy they spend the movie trying to kill

Tony Robert's game show assistant in
Woody Allen's RADIO DAYS

182 Commercials as the National Spokesman for
B.DALTON BOOKS
"Books Dalton"
(1987-1990)


On stage

2000 - As Megan Mullally's love interest in
THE BERLIN CIRCLE
(LA Weekly Awards "Production of the Year" and the project during which Ms. Mullally met future husband Nick Offerman)

Original production of THE CAT'S MEOW
(later made into a film by Peter Bogdanovich)

The smash hit "HEAD: The Brain That Wouldn't Die Musical"  at the Met Theatre 

Independent Shakespeare Company's original musical RED BARN

Many, many productions at Hollywood's
Theatre of NOTE
(member of the ensemble since 1993)

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