Bio

DAVID CANTOR appeared on Broadway as Bobinet in La Vie Parisienne and covered the role of Che in Evita, later playing Che with the First National Tour on the West Coast. He appeared Off-Broadway for a year and a half as both Amshel and Nathan Rothschild in the critically acclaimed revival of The Rothschilds at Circle in the Square Downtown. Other credits include Vernon Gersch in They're Playing Our SongBenny, the comic lead, in a national tour of The Desert SongStanley Jerome in both Brighton Beach Memoirs and Broadway BoundSeymour in Little Shop of HorrorsBenedick in Much Ado About NothingTony Lumpkin in She Stoops to ConquerMatt in The Fantasticks in a special production directed by the show's creators, Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt; John Adams in 1776; and Charlie in Tintypes. Recent regional appearances include Henry Higgins in My Fair LadyFagin in Oliver!Ricky Roma in Glengarry Glen RossThe Old Actor in The FantasticksBuddy Fidler in City of Angels, and Richard Hannay in The 39 Steps. In addition, David has performed principal roles in all thirteen Gilbert and Sullivan operas in the USA, Great Britain, and Italy. He has been seen in both industrial and commercial films including Man in ProgressWorking Girl, Prince of the City, and So Fine, and television appearances include Madam Secretary, Grave Secrets, Six Degrees of Murder, Redrum, I’d Kill for YouI am HomicideAll My ChildrenLovingAnother World, and Ryan's Hope.