......You were working in finance before you decided that you wanted to act. What made you want to be an actor?
I didn't know what I was doing. I was never one of those people who knew what they wanted to do right away. I was working in finance, but it really wasn't what I wanted to do. I didn't know acting was an option. When I was in college, I was in a bar and someone asked me if I wanted to go to the South Pacific for three months, and I was like, 'Absolutely!' That ended up being MTV's "Road Rules," so I did that, and it was really fun. I won some money on that show, and it allowed me to take some time before finding a job. That's when I started to get interested in theater, and it all went from there.
Are you still a fan of MTV?
I wouldn't say that I was ever a fan of MTV. I was a guy on MTV. I don't think I was ever in the demographic of people who watch MTV. I never really watched MTV, so I'm definitely not a fan of "Jersey Shore" or anything. Fame for fame's sake is never a good road to go down. For me, it was just a fun experience. I traveled around the world when I was 21 years old -- on somebody else's dime. It doesn't get any better.
"Grimm" airs Fridays at 9PM ET on NBC.
I don't watch MTV so wasn't aware he had ever been on one of their 'reality' shows. It would have probably lowered my expectations for "Grimm". However, I have been watching and enjoying the show. David does a good job and that is one seriously fine ass.
one of the most hottest, sexy, and fresh actors to come around in a long time. his slightly hair chest and incredible nipples are to die for. his face, smile, wow. he's got it all and as someone earlier said too - he actually is a good actor, brings a great peformance to his craft. hope he stays around and especially hope Grimm makes it for a while.
I was impressed too. I didn't know he was that talented as an actor. I heard the show is doing really well. Nick and Monroe's characters work well together. It's a great show. Plus it's nice to see a show not in New York of Chicago or Miami for a change.
The eye candy doesn't hurt at all either.
If you wanna see him in gay action. Check out his guest spot on grey's anatomy:
This was a very good scene. It was tender and emotional. I really like how Meredith played it. She could clearly sense the vibes but the look on her face as she was finishing up..that sly smile as if to say (Guys, I'm not even here. Do you your thing) I think she kinda put them at ease--well at least the patient who seemed to be paranoid. But I like how she stood there watching--almost in awe of two people who obviously loved each other deeply