David Warren Gibson
David Warren Gibson was born in Royal Oak, Michigan, the son of Sonja Würfel, a ballet dancer from Leipzig, Germany, and Samuel Warren Gibson, an American diplomat for the U.S. Embassy in Berlin and the Hague. He has one brother. His relatives moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota behind he was 3 years old. David attended Westwood Jr. High School and studied art at the Minneapolis Art Institute. He had his first solo do its stuff of paintings later he was 13 at the Theater in the Round. At the similar time, he worked once the Eleanor Moore Agency as a model for print ads. His family then moved to Dallas, Texas, where he attended Richardson High School. David acted in instructor plays and continued painting. He as a consequence studied dance in the evenings at S.M.U. After graduating from High School, his intimates moved to Houston, Texas, where David attended the University of St. Thomas and the University of Houston. He was as a consequence signed like a local male modeling agency be active print ads and runway sham for fashion shows. The Wilhelmina Modeling Agency invited him to come to N.Y. to sign taking into account them. David took the opportunity and moved to N.Y. where he studied acting once Susan Batson from the Actors Studio, and attended the Parsons School of Design.
David's first audition in N.Y. was for Bob Fosse (1978) who cast him in the Broadway show Dancin' , in which he performed for 17 months. Additional Broadway credits include Dreamgirls (1981), Sweet Charity (as Charley Dark Glasses) (1986), and Chicago (as Aaron)(1996–2003). David traveled past Liza Minnelli in the production By Myself (1983) performing in the two-man lawsuit directed by Fred Ebb. This work traveled throughout the U.S. and as well as appeared at the Apollo in London. Off-Broadway, David played Starbuck in The Rainmaker (1982) and Edmund in Long Day's Journey into Night (1982). He toured in Busker Alley (1994) as a lid to Tommy Tune.
He has played little roles, usually uncredited, in several movies, including The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas credited as "Aggie" (member of Aggie choir) (1982), Annie (1982), The Last Dragon"(1985), A Chorus Line (1985), Postcards from the Edge" (uncredited)(1990), Havana (Sailor) (1990), and Bugsy (1991).
Television specials include Julie Andrews' Invitation to the Dance where he performed in imitation of Ann Reinking (1980), and behind Diana Ross in her legendary concert in Central Park. (1983). He has performed numerous times upon the Tony, Emmy, and Academy Awards shows as capably as for Broadway on Broadway, in Times Square, and at The Kennedy Center Honors, performing in the same way as Bebe Neuwirth, Chita Rivera and the cast of "Chicago."
In 2006, David assisted upon the L.A. Opera's production of Manon under the music meting out of Plácido Domingo, with Anna Netrebko and Rolando Villazon.
In 2011, David was belong to director and choreographer for Fifty*Four*Forever with director Tommy Tune at the University of Miami.
David had his first solo exhibition of paintings at age 13 in Minneapolis. His paintings have been purchased by art collectors roughly the world. A folder of his perform was published by Left Coast Galleries in 2009.