David and the rest of the crew of Lost shared the Writer's Guild of America award for a dramatic series in 2006.
David was nominated for an Emmy for "Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series" for his work on Lost in 2005.
The same year, he and the rest of the Lost crew shared the award for "Outstanding Drama Series."
David still hopes to become a comedic actor, and has managed (despite Joss Whedon's dislike of writer cameos) to appear in a few episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel.
David wrote a story for the anthology graphic novel, "Tales of the Slayers." His piece was titled, "Glittering World."
David's wife, Elin Hampton, is also an established writer with a number of TV credits.
David's mother was a model for pulp novel covers.
David did the voice of Jock as well as a lot of other voice-over work for the film "Raiders of the Lost Ark." The clearest voice-over line he has in the film is the voice of the pilot in Indy's getaway plane who tells him, "That's just my pet snake, Reggie."
David was nominated for an Emmy for his writing on the first season episode of Lost entitled "Walkabout."
David Fury: I forever characterize myself as an out of work actor with writing as my day job.