David Gibson

SAG-AFTRA
Actors Equity
PREV
NEXT
gender
Male
eyes
Blue
hair
Blond
height
5'7"
weight
160 lbs

film

Ocean’s Eight
Supporting
Warner Bros / Smokehouse Pictures / Gary Ross, dir.
Live Love
Supporting
Civil Films / Amazon / Rob Levy, dir.
Hedda Needs Help
Lead
Cannes Film Festival / Lisa Baron, dir.
Brooklyn in July
Supporting
Official Selection at 31 film festivals, winning 17 awards / Bob Celli, dir.
The Suit
Supporting
Garden State Film Festival / Dave Conte, dir.
Bed Bugs & Company
Supporting
Cannes Film Festival / Serena Dykman, dir.
The Seamstress
Lead
Florida Film Festival / Federico Spiazzi, dir.
Unfinished
Lead
CUNY Film Festival / JP Pacca, dir.
Church
Lead
Big Apple Film Festival / Steven Bodossian, dir.
Discretion
Lead
Dusty Film & Animation Festival / Cody McAvey, dir
Stillman’s Portrait
Lead
Post-Production / Joshua Davy, dir.
Thom & Gerry
Supporting
Cannes Film Festival / Nate Hapke, dir.
Sore Eyes
Lead
Big Apple Film Festival / Evan Wood, dir.
The Exam
Supporting
Fusion Film Festival / William Speruzzi, dir.
Gregory and Jane
Lead
Clermont Film Festival / Clare Sackler, dir.
Bolder
Lead
Queens World Film Festival / Joseph Rishe, dir.
Glass House
Supporting
Northern Virginia Film Festival / Nicholas Giuricich, dir.
In Loving Memory of Uncle Harold
Supporting
Williamsburg Film Festival / Lily Van Leeuwen, dir.
Little Lion
Lead
Brooklyn Film Festival / Alex Morsanutto, dir.
The Dumping Fields
Supporting
Brooklyn Film Festival / Juliana Puyo, dir.

tv

Bull / S2.E207
Guest Star
CBS / Amblin Television / Laura Belsey, dir.
The Americans / S5.E505
Co-Star
FX / TVM Productions / Noah Emmerich, dir.
Billions / S2.E211
Co-Star
Showtime / Showtime Productions / Karyn Kusama, dir.
The Breaks / S1.E101
Co-Star
VH1 / Atlantic Pictures / Rashaad Ernesto Green, dir.
Quantico / S2.E206
Co-Star
ABC / ABC Studios / Hanelle M. Culpepper, dir.
Life Coach
Lead
GAIA TV / Leticia Akel Escárate, dir.
Léa
Supporting
KQED TV / Connor Simpson, dir.

special skills

David Gibson graduated from Boston University’s conservatory theater program, moved to New York City, and began finding immediate success in TV and radio commercials. From 1975 to 2010, he was employed as a national spokesman and voiceover announcer, proclaiming the supposed "miracles" of everything from Alphabits to Wonderbra's in hundreds of TV and radio advertisements, as well as being the promo-voice for various programs on the ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, HBO and SHOWTIME television networks.

After raising two children from a voiceover career and sending them off to college, David returned to the world of legit acting. In the last several years, he has appeared in over forty films, some of which have won awards at various film festivals.

David now splits his time between New York City and New Mexico.