David Bortolucci

David Bortolucci


11/8/1979, Toronto, ON, Canada

Birth Name

David Pasquale Bortolucci



Also Known As

David Bertolucci
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He is the youngest of 4 children. His father, Luigi, died when David was just 3 years old and his mother, Giussepina, never remarried. David's career began in commercials and TV guest spots in Canada. He attended Ryerson University in Toronto, but dropped out in his final year,…more


Trivia and Quotes

  • Trivia

    • He is a citizen of Italy.

    • David is featured in the photo book "Perfect Face".

    • His first job as an actor was a "Coca-Cola" commercial when he was 16 years old.

    • He was raised in the "Jane and Finch corridor", an area in the suburbs of Toronto, Canada

    • David is pictured in the risqué photo book "Terryworld" - by famous fashion photographer Terry Richardon.

    • A victim of cyber stalking and Cybersquatting, and in 2007 he filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court against individual(s) who obtained and purchased the world wide web Domain rights to his name and then used the same sites to post fabricated, defamatory material about him.

    • His height is 5' 11" (1.80 m)

    • David Bortolucci met and became friends with Tobey Maguire on the FOX t.v. show "Great Scott!" in 1992. David also met and befriended Kevin Connolly (star of HBO's Entourage) on the same show. Kevin helped out his pal David by giving him work on his Indie directorial debut, The "Gardener of Eden" (which is produced by Tobey's good friend, Leo DiCaprio).

  • Quotes

  • David his "charm and his stalker"

    For people that are unaware of him. David it truly one of a kind. He has a charming quality, and he is "real" and "down to earth", his look is intense and mysterious. Which gives him a very captivating appeal, both on and off screen. I felt the need to write this, because I've recently been made aware that he is a victim of a stalker, who is totally obsessed with him. This loser of a human, apparently has nothing better to do than use the internet to stalk him. Anyway she has written many slanderous things about him online, which are horrible and untrue. Apparently it's so bad that he had to file a lawsuit. I'm here to say to the loser responsible , "I hope you get put in jail for your actions!"

    A friend and fan Forevermoreless
  • David Bortolucci is a bit part actor with a handful of guest spots on at least one noteworthy (as well as some forgettable) TV show over the span of his career over the past two decades.moreless

    David Bortolucci is a bit part actor who has had a handful of guest spots on at least one noteworthy (as well as some forgettable) TV shows over the past two decades.

    Although he has a certain physical look, his contributions to the small screen are minor and his parts are only a line or two. For example, as his character of a poker-playing friend on "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" in 1994, David Bortolucci (credited as David Bertolucci) delivers his line as he walks back to the poker table - and as he walks, he shakes his hand as he speaks - which looks like a deliberate device to help him remember his line. His second and final line "Save your dough for Friday night alright" is spoken too fast and said to a can of soda. Sharing the screen with the talent of Will Smith is something in itself, but overall, Bortolucci's performance was highly unremarkable and completely missable unless you had your eye out for him.

    Skip forward a decade with only one other show in-between, and Bortolucci is still a one-line guest star. On the short-lived series, The Lyon's Den, Bortolucci plays a well-dressed, mobster-type guy who gets to act "tough" in a short scene in a men's room. His most substantial TV role was a 1997 performance for Showtime's racy "Women: Stories of Passion." Bortolucci was able to put his training as a boxer to use, but the real emphasis of the show is sexual so therefore the viewers see more of him naked than anything else. Although his lines were more in number compared to his guest spots, his delivery throughout was forced and the drama overly emphasized. This highly-sexual, mature-audience-only episode showcased his physical attributes over any acting skills he may or may not have.

    David Bortolucci is one of the thousands of struggling actors who are barely getting by in Hollywood today. At 40 years old, one has to assume Bortolucci has missed the break that would catapult him over the threshold from "guest star" to "stardom". (2007)moreless