David David has worked as an actor and director in New York City beginning in 1984. A graduate of the Acting Program at the SUNY at Purchase, he became the artistic director of the Shooting Gallery Theater in New York City in 1992. There he led a company of more than 60 actors while overseeing a director’s program as well as a writing workshop. As an actor, Troup has appeared in many plays, including the role of Nick in Arthur Penn’s revival of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf and the title role in a 1997 national tour of Cyrano de Bergerac. In 2000 he was accepted as a lifetime member of the Actors Studio in New York City. David has appeared in ERT’s Private Lives, Occupant, Gaslight, The 39 Steps, Trip to Bountiful, 1,000 Words and 3 Chekhov Vaudevilles. He has also appeared in and directed ERT’s Love Letters, The Man Who Came to Dinner, Conversation at Midnight and The Eight: Reindeer Monologues. David also directed ERT's 84 Charing Cross Road. He also appeared in two Northport Music Theatre productions: The Big Bang and Five Course Love.