Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
David Orth is a Canadian actor.
Orth was born and raised in Kitchener, Ontario. [ citation needed ] Orth voiced Blizzard in Iron Man: Armored Adventures . He has also starred in Beyond Reality , The Ray Bradbury Theatre , the episode "Scarecrow" on the CW's horror/drama series Supernatural , and the two-part premiere of R. L. Stine's The Haunting Hour: The Series.His most notable role was as Edward 'Ned' Malone in the TV series Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World , which was shot in Australia. He played this part from 1999 until 2002, although his appearances in the final season his appearances were curtailed due to Australian tax laws. During the shooting of The Lost World, he purchased a home in Australia and soon after met his wife there.
He has also appeared on stage, including in Colin Thomas's Flesh and Blood in 1991.
He has hinted that although he enjoys his acting career, he would like to become a director in the future, "I'd like to work toward both producing and directing. Directing really interests me as it does many actors".[ citation needed ]
|2006||Boom Boom Sabotage||Todd / Carnie (voice)||Video|
|2007||White Noise: The Light||Dr. Serling|
|2008||On the Other Hand, Death||Peter Garritty|
|2009||Messages Deleted||Jeremy Potter|
|2013||Midnight Stallion||Brad Chaney|
|2014||If I Stay||Surgeon for Driver|
|2015||Fifty Shades of Grey||Savannah Hotel Waiter|
|1986||The Lawrenceville Stories||Beefsteak||"The Beginning of the Firm"|
|1986||The Campbells||Daniel O'Connor||"The Shiners"|
|1987||American Playhouse||The Uncooked Beefsteak||"The Prodigious Hickey"|
|1987||Night Heat||"Tell Me a Story"|
|1988||Double Standard||Mike||TV film|
|1988||Friday the 13th: The Series||Scott Thomas||"Vanity's Mirror"|
|1989||Friday the 13th: The Series||Vance Cassidy||"Demon Hunter"|
|1989||The Hitchhiker||Brian||"The Dying Generation"|
|1990||Friday the 13th: The Series||Tommy Betz||"Midnight Riders"|
|1990||The Last Best Year||Arthur Jr||TV film|
|1991||Le peloton d'exécution||Mazur||TV film|
|1991||My Secret Identity||"Trial by Peers"|
|1992||Beyond Reality||Young Nolan Randolph||"The Dying of the Light"|
|1992||The Ray Bradbury Theater||Benjy||"Great Wide World Over There"|
|1993||Class of '96||Prep School Friend||"Midterm Madness"|
|1993||The Hidden Room||Chuckie||"While She Was Out"|
|1994||RoboCop: The Series||Billy Sullvan||"Midnight Minus One"|
|1996||In the Fold||Mailman||TV film|
|1997||F/X: The Series||Chris||"Medea"|
|1997||Melanie Darrow||Rick||TV film|
|1998||Labor of Love||Tim||TV film|
|1998||Traders||MBA Student Fred||"Blood on the Floor", "Little Monsters"|
|1998||Mythic Warriors||Jason (voice)||"Jason and the Argonauts"|
|1999||Mythic Warriors||Jason (voice)||"Jason and Medea", "Castor and Pollux"|
|1999||Total Recall 2070||Air Safety||"Astral Projections"|
|1999–02||The Lost World||Edward 'Ned' Malone||Main role|
|2004||Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye||Tom Bell / Togo / Buddy's Owner||"Bad Hair Day"|
|2004||Mutant X||William Dennett||"No Exit"|
|2004||Blue Murder||Darren Carlyle||"Upstairs Downstairs"|
|2004||Degrassi: The Next Generation||Christopher||"Anywhere I Lay My Head", "Voices Carry: Parts 1 & 2"|
|2005||Stargate Atlantis||Captain Radner||"The Siege: Part 2"|
|2005||Devil Kings||Talon (voice)||Video game|
|2005||Smallville||Soldier with Megaphone||"Commencement"|
|2006||Falcon Beach||Uncle Steve Tanner||"Papa Was a Rolling Stone"|
|2006||The Collector||Ian Park||"The Media Baron"|
|2006||The Stranger Game||Charlie King||TV film|
|2006||The Evidence||Mr. Tanner||"And the Envelope Please"|
|2006||Fallen||Gym Teacher||TV film|
|2006||In Her Mother's Footsteps||Bobby Nolan AKA Robert Ellis||TV film|
|2007||The L Word||Mr. Wincorn||"Lesson Number One"|
|2007||Blood Ties||Jonah||"Post Partum"|
|2008||Past Lies||Marcia||TV film|
|2008||NYC: Tornado Terror||Pilot||TV film|
|2009||Iron Man: Armored Adventures||Donnie Gill / Blizzard (voice)||"Cold War", "Best Served Cold"|
|2010||Fringe||Trooper Pekarski||"Johari Window"|
|2010||R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour||Henry||"Really You: Parts 1 & 2"|
|2010||Shattered||Kirk Mitchell||"In the Dark"|
|2010||Human Target||Severenson Kleman||"The Other Side of the Mall"|
|2011||Fairly Legal||Ben Collins||"Priceless"|
|2011||Exposed||Warren Morrow||TV film|
|2011||Chaos||Harris||"Proof of Life"|
|2012||Inuyasha the Final Act||Shishinki||"A Complete Meido"|
|2012||Iron Man: Armored Adventures||Donnie Gill / Blizzard (voice)||"Hostile Takeover"|
|2013||Dangerous Intuition||Frank Fellows||TV film|
|2014||Once Upon a Time||NY Cop #1||"New York City Serenade"|
|2014||Cedar Cove||Judge Andrews||"Starting Over"|
|2016||Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak||Intel (voice)||Video game|
|2018||Llama Llama||Grandpa Llama (voice)||"Zoom Zoom Zoom"|
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