David Dietz

David Dietz is an actor, writer, director, and veteran of interactive murder mystery, having previously appeared with the Cloak and Dagger Dinner Theatre and the Murder Mystery Players. With more than a decade of performance credits to his name, David he has also performed with companies such as the Pittsburgh Public Theatre, Open Stage Theatre of Pittsburgh, South Park Theatre, and the Stage 62 Players. He can also be seen in promotional spots for cable television and automotive dealers, among others, and he has leant his voice to radio ads for the likes of Atria's, Station Square, and the Pittsburgh Sports Museum. Additionally, David can be seen in an ever-increasing number of independent films such as The Underwood Company, alongside MMW's Randy Oliva and Chris Bondi, Doing Therapy,  End Game, Die Laughing, and Strange Girls. David also recently wrote, directed, produced, and edited his very own feature film, Indemnity, which he also stars in. Holding a bachelor's degree in Communications Management from Robert Morris College (augmented by a minor in theatre from Indiana University of Pennsylvania) David is perpetually astonished that people are so willing to pay him for essentially making a complete ass of himself!


last updated May 15, 2008