One of David's brothers is black and his sister is Vietnamese.
David Anders said he has a knee fetish.
David's favorite color is "any variation of blue".
When David Anders decided to move to LA to advance his career, he signed up in the biggest of the 3 agencies that wanted he talent. Only when he moved to a smaller company, after a year of few auditions, he won the role of Mr. Sark in Alias - his career breakthrough.
David Anders joined all the stars of Alias in order to dub the new computer-game of the series.
David Anders' musical education includes: One year of private coaching, one year studying with the groundbreaking group The Second City, two years of studying voice, and one year of musical performance.
David Anders describes his role as young Knute Rockne in the world premiere of Rockne: The Musical as "an absolute honor".
David Anders' parents are called Dr. Tony and Jeri Holt.
David Anders has Blue eyes and Dark-Blonde hair.
David Anders most enjoys playing Golf. Recently he was playing in two Celebrity Pro-Am events at The Riviera and Malibu Country Clubs.
David Anders is a lot into sport. He teaches kids Tennis in Los Angeles in the summer, and plays Golf as much as he can.
David Anders appeared in September 2001 in The Source magazine in an ad of the rapper Canibus, Anders' double of Eminem.
David Anders graduated from Grants Pass High School, in Oregon, USA.
David Anders was accepted at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Pasadena, California, but decided to move to Los Angeles instead.
David Anders chose this stage name (dropped the last name Holt and used the middle name Anders) because there was already an actor called David Holt.
David Anders is 6' (1.83 m).
Interviewer: You were saying that it was extremely hot in your Heroes costume.
David: Oh, hotter than Saigon in '62. It was very, very hot. ...
It's like forty pounds of metal in like a 100 degree weather, running through a burning village to boot. It's become a second home…if home was some sort of special torture device.
David Anders: Ten years from now I want to be a successful working character actor who still loves what he does.
David Anders: (about working with Lena Olin) It was amazing! I'd been a fan for so long – I'd seen her in The Importance of Being Ernest. She was an absolute delight.