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David Walsh Naughton is an Irish-American actor.
David Naughton is best remembered for being a part of the famous ad campaign 'Be A Pepper' for the famous beverage company Dr. pepper.
David Naughton was born in West Hartford, Connecticut. David Naughton also appeared in one episode of 'Seinfeld' in 1989. David voiced the theme song for the show 'Makin' It'. He received worldwide fame with his role as David Kessler in 'An American Werewolf In London'.
David Walsh Naughton's net worth is approximately $4 million.
Details on the height of David Naughton are unavailable.
David Naughton is 5 ft 10 in (179 cm) tall.
As of 2022, David Naughton is 71 years old as he was born on February 13, 1951.
David Walsh Naughton was born on February 13, 1951, to Joseph Naughton and Rosemary Naughton, both of them teachers and Irish Americans. He also has a brother, James Naughton. Naughton's birthplace is in West Hartford, Connecticut, USA. David got his degree from the University of Pennsylvania. He also studied acting at The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.
David Naughton is married to Cheryl Naughton. The couple married in 2019 and is still going strong. Before Cheryl, David had been married thrice.
David Naughton got married for the first time in 1976 to Denise Stephens and the couple stayed together for seven years before parting ways in 1983. Thereafter, he started dating Deborah Dutton and the couple got married in 1985 and stayed together for almost two decades before calling it quits in 2005. Then David Naughton had a short-lived marriage with Seann Sara Sell that lasted for two years between 2007-2009.
Some of the famous movies that David Naughton has been featured in are 'An American Werewolf in London' as David Kessler, 'Not for Publication' as Barry Denver, 'Terror in the Aisles' as David Kessler, 'Brutal Massacre: A Comedy' as Harry Penderecki, Dick Cutler in 'Amityville: A New Generation', 'Wonderful Days' as Commander Locke Dr. Noah, 'The Adventures of Black Feather' as Professeur Byrd, 'Mirror, and Mirror III: The Voyeur' as Detective Kobeck.
His notable television appearances are Dr. Stole in 'Planet of the Apes', Brad in 'Basic Values: Sex, Shock & Censorship in the 90's', Scott Tracy, Virgil Tracy, and Additional Voices in 'Turbocharged Thunderbirds', Steven in 'Mystery Woman: Sing Me a Murder', Ambassador Kessler in 'Sharknado 5: Global Swarming', Professor Byrd in 'Out of the Wilderness', Paul Dinsman in 'Chicken Soup for the Soul', Chris in 'The Belles of Bleeker Street', and Ted Beckman in 'Goddess of Love'.
David Naughton has also played several minor roles in many other television shows. He is best known as the lead actor in 'An American Werewolf In London', a horror film.
The actor is most known for his role as the Pepper guy singing 'Be A Pepper' in the award-winning Dr. Pepper ad campaign.
David Naughton has had a keen interest in singing. Some of his songs have also been featured on Billboard charts.
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