About David

About David
David Rasche began his career as an actor at "The Second City" cabaret in Chicago. His Broadway credits include: "Speed the Plough” (by David Mamet), "Lunch Hour" (dir Mike Nichols), "Loose Ends," and "The Shadow Box." Off-Broadway credits include: Chekhov’s “The Seagull” for which he earned the Richard Seff award, "Regrets Only" by Paul Rudnick (Manhattan Theater Club), David Mamet's "Edmond" (Atlantic Theater Company), "Last Dance" by Marsha Norman, with JoBeth Williams (Manhattan Theater Club), David Mamet's "Faust" (Magic Theater, San Francisco), and David Mamet's "No One Will Be Immune" (Ensemble Studio Theater). He has appeared on TV in series from "Miami Vice" to "Monk," and he was Sledge Hammer in the series of that name. His films include: “Burn After Reading” (dir Coen Brothers), "Flags of our Fathers" (dir Clint Eastwood), "Flight 93" (dir Paul Greengrass), "The Sentinel" (with Michael Douglas and Kim Basinger), "An Innocent Man" (with Tom Selleck, dir Peter Yates) "The Divine Secrets of the YaYa Sisterhood" (with Sandra Bullock), "Just Married" (with Ashton Kutcher), "That Old Feeling" (with Bette Midler, dir Carl Reiner) "Delirious" (with John Candy), "Manhattan" (dir Woody Allen) "An Unmarried Woman," and "The Big Tease”. He recently completed shooting the lead role in “Blue Eyes” shot on location in Brazil as well as “In the Loop” in London (with James Gandolfini). He has just completed “Remembrance,” a German film scheduled to be premiered at the Berlin Film Festival in 2011, and “The Discovereres,” with Griffen Dunne.

His song “Christmas in LA” has been featured on “Christmas Becomes Eclectic” with Tom Schnabel on KCRW in LA, as well as on KZE New York. It is sung by Ashleigh Still, a singer from Minneapolis.

“Christmas in LA” has also been released on a CD, “Just One Angel,” produced by Chris Lavin, available from iTunes and Amazon.com

updated: 6 years ago