David Holmes is a freelance actor and writer based in Los Angeles, with an international viewpoint developed over many miles of world travel. A Native American, David has been writing prolifically since his youth in Oregon and is currently developing several screenplays.
As a playwright, David's work has toured the world, and includes
multiple commissioned pieces for such companies as DC Comics and Paws.
Also an accomplished actor, award winning fight director and technical director, David has over one hundred theatrical productions to his credit as well as leading roles in films such as Now You Know, Jeff Anderson's freshman film just sold to The Weinstein Company, and Good for Nothing, directed by Mark Gutmann.
On the stage, David has most recently completed productions of Moonlight and Magnolias in Alabama [Victor Fleming], Harvey at The Texas Shakespeare Festival [Elwood P. Dowd], and Henry IV, Part One [Hotspur] in Los Angeles for Circle X and SFLA as part of the NEA's Shakespeare in American Communities.