David has done work painting houses, making cappuccinos, and carpentry.
David's mother worked as a librarian at Carnegie-Mellon University and his father used to work as an engineer.
David worked at the Steel Valley Historical Society, interviewing steel workers and their families for an oral history project.
Finally finding success in series television with Ghost Whisperer, David found himself named one of TV's Sexiest Men by TV Guide in 2006.
Although on Ghost Whisperer David plays a paramedic, in real life his brother is actually a paramedic.
David is 6' 1" tall (1.85 meters).
David graduated of Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.
David played the role of Ryan Bradford in the 2007 movie Crazy based on the life of Hank Garland.
David played the role of Trap in the 2005 film The Wedding Crashers.
David is the voice in two Anime films. They are The Ghost in the Shell and The Street Fighter II: The Movie.
David appeared in his first major film role in 1995. He had a supporting role opposite Sigourney Weaver in Snow White in the Black Forest, which aired on Showtime in 1997 under the title Snow White: A Tale of Terror.
David debuted in a feature film in the 1994 Under Heat.
David had a recurring role as an FBI agent on Roswell.
Men of Honor, Return to Paradise, The Weekend, and Anything Else are among his feature film credits.
David loves doing theater and turned down film auditions for Deep Impact and Boogie Nights to pursue stage opportunities instead.
Though his wish was never granted, he petitioned the producers of Buffy the Vampire Slayer several times, hoping to appear as Buffy's nemesis on the show.
David Conrad: (On how he believes being a physical person helped his acting career) Every time you move, you give yourself away,... ...Unless you transform yourself on stage, you just end up playing yourself.
David Conrad: (On entering Juilliard) It was great,... ...They tore me down and built me back up. I went from boarding school to craziness and back to structure.
David Conrad: (On being emotionally worn out after graduating from college) I was so emotionally worn out all I wanted to do was ride my bike, 20, 40, 50 miles a day.
David Conrad: (On taking up acting at Brown University as an antidote to the discipline he had experienced in prep school.) I went to the theater department and auditioned with a scene from 'Our Town,'... ...I didn't know what I was doing. But I must have been doing something right, because they gave me the part. From then on it was pretty much downhill. I learned a lot of stupid things and did a lot of pretentious stuff.