David made his directorial debut on his sister Patricia's show Medium.
He is 6 years younger than his wife Courtney Cox.
Formerly brother-in-law of Nicolas Cage.
He's one of the sons of Lewis Arquette. Grandson of Cliff Arquette. Brother of Richmond Arquette, Alexis Arquette, Rosanna Arquette and Patricia Arquette. Father of Coco Coco Riley Arquette. Husband of Courteney Cox.
Appeared in the episode The One with the Jam of Friends where his wife Courtney Cox has one of the leading roles.
During a 2002 episode of WWE RAW, he sat behind announcers Jerry Lawler and Jim Ross for the entire show while holding a sign reading "Former WCW Champion."
During his short run in WCW, Arquette used We're Not Gonna Take It by Bif Naked as his entrance theme.
He married Courtney Cox on June 12, 1999. Their first child, Coco Riley Arquette, was born on June 13, 2004.
His mother's Jewish ancestors originated from Russia and Poland.
He is in a rock band called EAR2000.
He got $5,000,000 for his preformances in the movie Eight Legged Freaks (2002).
Attended Mid-City Alternative school on the corner of Adams Blvd. and Arlington Avenue in the mid 1970s. His sister, Patricia Arquette, and brother, Richmond Arquette, also attended this school.
He played a character whose last name is Geller in Never Been Kissed (1999) and his wife plays Monica Geller on Friends (1994).
Owns the former booking chair from the West Hollywood Police Department which was sat in by a number of different stars when they were arrested, among them Hugh Grant. David has mentioned this to Hugh, and publicly offered to give the chair to him on Late Night with Conan O'Brien (1993) in October of 2003.
Since radio host Howard Stern continually referred to his wife as "Courteney Cock" in a 2000 interview, Arquette responded by calling the King of All Media "Howard Sperm".
Is the voice of Eddie Wachowski, a character in the EA Sports Big game SSX Tricky (for Playstation2, Nintendo Gamecube, Xbox).
He is 5' 11" (1.80 m) tall.
Jennifer Aniston is the godmother of his daughter Coco. Aniston was his wife's co-star in "Friends" (1994).
Courteney Cox: When David Arquette and I got engaged we started therapy together. I'd heard that the first year of marriage is the hardest, so we decided to work through all that stuff early.
David Arquette: (defending Jennifer Aniston) Jennifer is great. When her marriage to Brad ended, it was sad. I love Brad, he's a great guy but he did some stuff that hurt our friend. Finding out he was sleeping with Angelina was pretty much a surprise. They wouldn't have broke up if not for that. Did I ever see Jen cry? No, never. Not one tear shed. Those magazines, they take something and it's working for them so they play it out, but she's not really that sad about the whole thing. She's the greatest, she's such a sweetheart, she's so funny. I don't think Jennifer hates Angelina, I don't think it's like that. The way they depict it is completely wrong. She's a very strong woman, she's totally solid and she's just got a great attitude.
David Arquette: If anyone ever wanted me to do Broadway out there, poopshoot readers, please think of me.
David Arquette: I'm the creepy guy. I just slowly start getting creepier and creepier.
David Arquette: I guess I've always been a little goofy so I can't avoid that. I don't know. I'm getting older. At some point it's got to let up a little.
David Arquette: When you're just an actor, maybe not the top of the list guys, you get constant rejection and it's fun.
David Arquette: I'm not very self aware about my career. I probably should be more so. Just to be brutally honest, it's not like I have every movie at my fingertips. I can't get seen on a lot of pictures. So I like to take chances with first time directors and try to help with my name to put things together to help raise money for films that might not otherwise get made without me.
David Arquette: Men are taught to be womanizers and tough and all this sh*t that in reality isn't that important and in reality can screw your life up.
David: Kids today are smarter than we ever were. And they've got computers, too, which is awesome. They're scary to me.
David: I think God is a giant vibrator in the sky.
David: I like to mumble when I act, 'cause I think it's more realistic. For some reason, the impediment has given me the accent of a Mexican gangster.
David: I have a high-heel fetish. I love really beautiful women's shoes. To me, it's not weird. I can take it all.