David's astrological sign is Aquarius.
David and his wife have been married for 43 years as of 2006.
David's wife is Claudeis Newman.
David wrote a play called Final Assault.
David received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the College of Communications and Fine Arts at Southern Illinois University, in May 1992.
David's first book, In and Out of the Shadows, is a career photo retrospective featuring a few of his poems.
David has written two volumes of poetry: My Mother's Autumn and Happenstance.
David played the only man (other than her husband) to kiss Olivia Walton during the entire run of The Waltons.
David named his son (Jamison Selby) after a character on Dark Shadows.
David's wife's nickname is Chip.
David serves on several nonprofit boards in Los Angeles.
David has directed numerous programs with youth.
David and his wife ran a summer Children's musical theatre in New York for ten years.
David is a member of the Cleveland Playhouse Hall of Fame.
David was honored as a distinguished alumnus of West Virginia University, in 1989
David has made several guest appearances around the state of West Virginia.
David worked with the Governor's Honor Academy.
David is an honorary member of the West Virginity University Creative Arts Center's Advisory Board.
David received his Ph.D. from Southern Illinois University.
David studied at West Virginia University.
David was born and raised in Morgantown, West Virginia.
David has three children.
David, as Joshua Williams on The Waltons, was the only character to kiss Olivia Walton other than her husband. A decade after his guest appearance on The Waltons, David would go on to appear as a regular cast member on another series created by Earl Hamner, Falcon Crest.