David Bagby is an American actor, comedian, and writer who is best known for his roles in popular films and television shows. He was born in Los Angeles, California on July 6, 1960.
Bagby had a passion for performing from an early age, and he started out as a stand-up comedian in the late 1970s. He quickly gained a following, and eventually appeared on television shows such as Saturday Night Live, The Larry Sanders Show, and The Tonight Show.
Throughout the 80s, Bagby continued to hone his comedic skills, appearing in a number of films including Beverly Hills Cop, The Last Boy Scout, and Clueless. He also had a recurring role in the hit sitcom Cheers.
In the late 90s, Bagby began to branch out into other genres, appearing in dramas such as The Virgin Suicides and The Last Picture Show. He also had a memorable role in the award-winning movie American Beauty.
Bagby continued to stay busy, appearing in films such as The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Knocked Up, and The Hangover. He also had a recurring role in the hit television show, Entourage.
In 2015, Bagby was cast in the critically acclaimed drama, Spotlight, which won him a Screen Actors Guild Award. He has also appeared in the popular television show, Ray Donovan.
In addition to his acting career, Bagby is an accomplished writer. He has written for television shows such as Parks and Recreation and The Office, and he has written several books, including The Actor's Life and My Life in Comedy.
David Bagby is an incredibly talented actor, comedian, and writer who has made a name for himself in Hollywood. His commitment to excellence, as well as his willingness to take risks, have made him a household name in the industry.