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David Abbott - Millennium Cast Profile

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  • Later known as Abbott Alexander
  • Born: New York City, New York, USA
  • Son of actor Philip Abbott and Jane Dufrayne.
  • David Abbott appeared in 2 episode/s of the Millennium television series.

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Abbott starred in the NBC daytime dramas, 'Lovers and Friends,' and 'For Richer, For Poorer.' He played drums in a punk bank, was a conjurer in a street circus, and received scholarships to New York ballet studios.

Abbott starred in Theatre West's 40th- anniversary revival of 'Spoon River Anthology,' directed by original Broadway cast members Betty Garrett and Joyce Van Patten. He also starred in Hugh Leonard's Irish legacy, 'A Life' at Theatre 40.

The Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle nominated him as best actor in Tennessee William's 'Kingdom of Earth.' His acclaimed one-person show, 'Sonata for Rimbaud,' ran for six months in Hollywood, played at the Edinburgh Festival in Scotland, and received the LA Weekly award for 'Best Creation.'

Abbott played the 'Anthem Sprinter - Doone' in Ray Bradbury's Irish Comedy hit, FALLING UPWARD! At Garry Marshall's Falcon Theatre and at the landmark, El Portal.

Alexander played Vincent Van Gogh in Universal Picture's 'Starry Night,' which had its World Premiere at the Montreal Film Festival.

'One Night Beyond,' Alexander's fearless journey into the dark mystical nether world of the supernatural, was nominated for Best Solo Performance by the Valley Theatre Awards. More recently, also nominated by the Valley Theatre Awards for Best Solo show was 'The Long Gravel Road,' Alexander's re-imagining of the Parsifal Myth.

Member - SAG, AEA, Actors Studio, and Magic Castle.

Profile text courtesy of (IMDb Mini Biography By: Linda Pace Alexander).

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Millennium Appearances

David Abbott appeared in the following 2 episode/s of Millennium:

MLM#-116 Covenant as Mr. Anderson - Mrs. Garry's father

MLM#-206 19:19 as Vernon Roberts

Other Ten-Thirteen shows

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4.08 "Tunguska" - Detective (uncredited)
5.07 "Emily" - Judge Maibaum