David Herman Biography
David Herman is an American actor, comedian and voice actor who is widely known for his voice-work in Bob’s Burgers, Brickleberry, Futurama, King of the Hill, OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes, and Roy Horn in Father of the Pride.
Herman was also an original cast member on MADtv and played Michael Bolton in Office Space.
David Herman Age and Nationality
Being born on February 20, 1967, David is currently 55 years old as of 2022. Since he was born in New York,United States, he is of the American nationality and of White ethnicity. His birth/zodiac sign is Pisces.
David Herman Height and Weight
He stands at an estimated height of 6 feet 4 inches(193cm) and an average weight of 110 kilograms(242 pounds).
David Herman Family
He was born into a Jewish family in New York City and raised in Washington Heights, Manhattan.
David Herman Wife|Kids|Divorce
He was married to Christi Campbell after dating her for some time. However, they later on divorced. The couple has one child and his/her name is not yet mentioned.
David Herman Education
In 1987 he graduated from the Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts. Afterwards, he attended the acting program at SUNY Purchase. More details will be provided soon.
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David Herman Career
Herman was among the nine original cast members of MADtv when the series debuted in 1995, he was one of the few cast members who came to the show with an established acting career.
When he was continuing with his voice work on King of the Hill he came across the script for Office Space for which Hill creator Mike Judge had specifically written the Michael Bolton part with Herman in mind.
David Herman Net Worth
As of 2023, Herman has an estimated net worth of around $3 Million.
David Herman Movies
- Best Fiends: Fort of Hard Knocks
- Best Fiends: Baby Slug’s Big Day Out
- Best Fiends: Boot Camp
- Best Fiends: Visit Minutia
- Bad Milo
- I Know That Voice
- Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder
- Futurama: The Beast with a Billion Backs
- Futurama: Bender’s Game
- Bee Movie
- Futurama: Bender’s Big Score
- The Lather Effect
- Kicking & Screaming
- Fun with Dick and Jane
- Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the Thirteenth
- Dude, Where’s My Car?
- Table One
- Monsignor Martinez
- Olive, the Other Reindeer
- Office Space
- Kirk and Kerry
- Lost Angels
- Born on the Fourth of July
David’s Interview about his book
David Herman’s Selfie-Interview on his book “W.W. and C.C.”
Interviewer: You are an Israeli so what is your connection with Shakespeare?
David: Well, although I have lived in Jerusalem Israel for the past 52 years I come originally from London and am very attached to my English cultural and literary roots which includes Shakespeare of course and so after all these years of admiring the Bard of Avon and his dramatic works I found myself writing about him and his unknown play.
Interviewer: Many books have been written about Shakespeare and his works so what is so special about yours and why is it mind-blowing?
David: Well it’s because it’s the first one to describe in detail the discovery of what actually was his last, lost, and hitherto unknown play. It’s something that Shakespeare enthusiasts and scholars would have given their eye-teeth for. And now here it is in black and white on the printed page of my 30,000-word as yet unpublished book. But the most mind-blowing thing is that Shakespeare in fact based this drama on the life and times of no less than the immortal hero of discovery, Christopher Columbus and in fact called the play “Admiral Columbus and his New World”. This is an incredible revelation.
Interviewer: Why is it so incredible?
David: It’s because almost the last person one would have expected Shakespeare to make the hero of his drama was the man who owed all his loyalty, support and success to the sovereigns of Spain, the land of the Spanish Armada and the biggest enemy of Elizabethan England. However, in my book Shakespeare’s letters explain in great detail the reasons for his choice.
Interviewer: It sounds quite incredible, hard to believe. In any case most people are convinced that Cardenio was Shakespeare’s last play .
David: Most experts seem to agree that in fact it was not at all by Shakespeare, and in any case the language is not at all of Shakespearean quality. And the famous Elizabethan actor and colleague of Shakespeare Richard Burbage is said on his deathbed to have mentioned a play by Shakespeare beginning with C. If not Cardenio then that only leaves Christopher Columbus. And you will see in the passages from the play in my book, the verse and imagery were pure Shakespearean in quality and depth.
How Special is The Book
Interviewer: What else is special about your book?
David: I think the quality of the writing and the accuracy of the historical background. After all, it took me the best part of ten years to write and live with. And when I finished I could not believe that I had had the temerity and ability to write such a work. In fact, one leading editor friend called it “a marvelous idea and one that is particularly well executed.”
Interviewer: Is this your first novel?
David: No, it’s my third. Back in the 1980’s when I was the pioneer publisher of English teaching newspapers for the Israeli school system and a regular exhibitor at the Jerusalem International Book Fair I wrote a book called Bestseller, based on my experience as a publisher in Israel, which in fact was the first ever novel set against the background of the Jerusalem International Book Fair.
Then some years later I wrote a hilarious seriocomic novel called the Golden Eggs of Sacraments, about the first man in recorded history to lay real golden eggs.
Interviewer: So what are your plans now?
David: To find a good and visionary publisher. This is a golden opportunity for any major publisher, and also the fact that the novel is ideal film material which offers a unique starring role to play the roles of the hero Douglas Parsons and of his lady love, the world authority on Shakespeare’s plays, Professor Anne Cornwall.
Interviewer: And how will an interested publisher be able to judge the quality and uniqueness of the work?
David: Very simple. He will write to me at my email address email@example.com and I will then send him an introductory synopsis and the first chapter of the novel. If that captures his interest I will then immediately send him the full 30,000-word text.
Last Updated On:9th March 2023