Audie Award winner and Odyssey Prize recipient for Pam Munõz Ryan’s “Echo,” along with multiple Earphones and ALA Notable Book citations, including his Audie nominated performance of 2011 Caldecott winner “A Sick Day for Amos McGee,” David has recorded over 150 titles, including Children's, YA and Adult titles in all genres (Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Crime Thriller, Romance, and Non-Fiction). He specializes in character-driven fiction with a repertoire of accents from around the globe. His non-fiction titles (everything from Hegel's "Phenomenology of Spirit" to the "Selected Letters of Norman Mailer") have also been best ... sellers in their categories on Amazon. As a veteran stage actor, David appeared as Lumiere in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast on Broadway along with several National Tours, closing the show in New York in 2007, and as Dr. Dillamond in the Los Angeles and Chicago companies of Wicked and in hundreds of shows in regional theatres throughout the country. He is currently the Scrooge-in-residence at the Tony-winning Alliance Theatre each holiday season. He can be seen in recent feature films like The Founder, The Accountant, Captain America: Civil War and Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk. On television, his credits include “House of Cards,” “Nashville,” “Halt and Catch Fire,” the Nat Geo film, “Killing Reagan” and “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” for HBO. He records in his home studio in Atlanta.