Mr. White has been in the entertainment business since the age of 19, starring in television, films and producing his own films. He has received numerous award nominations and critical accolades.
David grew up in a small town outside of Dodge City, Kansas. His father was a pastor in the denomination of Evangelical Free Church. David became a Christian at the age of four. After high school, David went to Moody Bible College in Chicago for one year. There he received his first line in his first Christian Movie, Geronimo.
At 19, without knowing anyone, David moved to Hollywood and jumped right into the Entertainment business. Just six months after moving to Los Angeles, David landed a recurring role on Evening Shade with Burt Reynolds for four years. David then went on to guest appearances on such shows as Coach, Saved by the Bell, Sisters, Melrose Place, Martial Law and many others.
David’s love for the entertainment industry soon led him to producing. His first production, in which he also starred, was the award winning theater production, 77 Fever. In 1999, he produced and starred in his first feature length production, The Moment After. In 2000, he co-founded the production company Signal Hill Pictures. David produced and starred in Mercy Streets opposite Eric Roberts, Stacy Keach and Cynthia Watros. This movie received a theatrical release, opened in fifty cities across the United States and played in almost every country in the world.
In 2001, David was nominated for The Movie Guide Awards’ Best Actor for his work in Mercy Streets. His running mates were Mel Gibson in The Patriot, Denzel Washington in Remember the Titans and Will Smith in Bagger Vance. In addition, Mercy Streets was nominated for the Best Family Film Award.
In 2003, along with TBN, he produced and starred in SIX…the Mark Unleashed opposite Stephen Baldwin and Eric Roberts. The movie was released worldwide in June 2004. In 2004, David produced and starred in the thriller Ghost Soldiers opposite Viscellous Shannon (The Hurricane). This film is still in post- production.
In 2005, David’s Company partnered with Namesake Entertainment who produced the Frank Peretti film, The Visitation, that was released by 20th Century Fox. It stars Edward Furlong, Kelly Lynch and Martin Donovin.