David Corcoran
David Corcoran began performing when he took an interest in

performance art while a student at the Museum School in Boston. In

1995 David spent the summer as an intern at the Peterborough Players

in New Hampshire where he had the role of Stanley in the musical

1940's Radio Hour. This led to roles as a member of Improv Boston

and performing New England Ghost Stories at The Peabody Essex Museum

in Salem Massachusetts. For the next several years in addition to

actor training David worked as a stage carpenter/painter, artist and

designer in Boston and New York.

In 2005 David began persuing acting full time. He has had lead,

supporting and background roles for film, television, commercials,

independent and student films including MTV, The Sopranos, CSI -New

York, Revolutionary Road, American Standard, Law and Order and

Cablevision. He lives in New York City.