David Moscow





11/14/1974 , New York, New York, USA

Birth Name

David Raphael Moscow




David Moscow is an American actor from New York City, New York, who started his career in television when he was only 12-years-old. Born in 1974, Moscow appeared on two episodes of the prime-time hit comedy series, Kate & Allie, co-starring actress Jane Curtin, in 1986. The teenager would get his big break two years later after director Penny Marshall would cast Moscow in her award-winning film, Big, opposite Tom Hanks. His work on the motion picture put Moscow on the entertainment industry's radar of highly sought-out child actors. He would work in both film and television well into the early 90s, appearing on hit TV shows that include Living Dolls and Seinfeld. The actor took a break from the film industry to attend Columbia University. He returned to the silver screen in 1997, playing a supporting role in Morgan J. Freeman's crime drama, Hurricane. Soon after, Moscow would work steadily in film and TV well into 2012.