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I love being around cool, fun guys, so I've always enjoyed talking to gay men. Maybe it's because I'm an inherent flirt, but it just feels very natural.

I love being around cool, fun guys, so I've always enjoyed talking to gay men. Maybe it's because I'm an inherent flirt, but it just feels very natural.

I think what's most fun is playing someone who's sort of selfish and in a lot of ways unlikeable, but there's this really big heart underneath it that you get little glimpses of. ---->>>

The first movie that made me cry was 'Dead Poets Society.' That one gets me. 'O Captain! My Captain!' That moment kills me. ---->>>

Chemistry's a funny thing. It can be instantaneous, but it helps when you know someone. ---->>>

I graduated from Brown in 2001, moved to New York, and spent a year and a half just looking up 'Backstage' magazine auditions and grinding. ---->>>

I grew up around a lot of feminine energy. ---->>>

It's funny how when your kids get sick, they get even cuter when they have a stuffed nose and they mouth breathe. ---->>>

My family took me to church when I was like 4 years old, and I had to be in a pageant, and I was playing Jesus. ---->>>

My wife likes the hockey smell because it's the smell of a warrior. ---->>>

Teasing was big in my family, and there is a wonderful way to tease and make people feel more loved. ---->>>

I love tennis. I've played it my whole life. Loved it since the age of three. I had an injury, so from the age of 13 to 24 I didn't play much. Then when I moved out to L.A., there were so many tennis courts that I rekindled the love. ---->>>

I'd play the same character for ten years if the words and the moments that I'm playing are authentic. ---->>>

At one point, I was seriously considering playing Huck Finn in a production in Northern Maine in the dead of winter. ---->>>

That's what I like about acting. You don't know where you'll be in year. ---->>>

Boston has a lot of European qualities to it, and one of them is the charm of its above-ground trollies. ---->>>

Boston is so laced with jerseys that you can be dressed head to toe in team apparel and no one will look twice. ---->>>

Everybody claims they have relatable, connectable characters, but those claims often aren't true. ---->>>

Everyone can write jokes and makes things clever.

Everyone can write jokes and makes things clever.

From the age of 4 or 5, I loved to make people laugh. ---->>>

Hockey on roller skates is like MMA in a bounce house: the elements are there, but the medium makes the whole thing ridiculous. ---->>>

I actively avoided responsibility for as long as I possibly could. ---->>>

I always try to be cautiously optimistic. ---->>>

I am not a man in decent shape. ---->>>

I definitely had a wild phase. ---->>>

I had no idea how to make it as an actor. But I knew I wanted to. ---->>>

I have a psychology degree, but I was a real theater rat. ---->>>

I kind of go where the wind blows, and TV has just been how I make a living so far. ---->>>

I like to think everyone is pretty weird but they don't show it. ---->>>

I lived in Koreatown for five years, and I lived blocks away from about seven karaoke bars. ---->>>

I love Boston, and at some point, my plan is to have a home back there. ---->>>

I love Jim and Pam at 'The Office.' ---->>>

I played the guitar in ninth grade. My sister's friend went on a semester abroad, and she left the guitar at our house for nine months. ---->>>

I think me having kids is helpful. It opens up a new little area of your heart. ---->>>

I think people always respond to real moments. ---->>>

I'm not jaded yet. I'm still at the point where, if someone comes up to me with great energy, I'm happy to meet them. ---->>>

I've always felt like I've been in good shows. ---->>>

I've been in a talent show, yeah. They are terrifying. The most nerve-wracking experience of your life, I'd say. ---->>>

If you do good work, you start to make a name for yourself and things can come around. Weird little happenstances happen. ---->>>

If you don't know how to play hockey, learn. If you quit, get back out there. ---->>>

In TV, you may think your character's one thing for two episodes, and then the third episode it could be something different. ---->>>

It's always the most fun to play that guy who, like, doesn't have a filter - that really speaks exactly what they're feeling. ---->>>

It's just nice to be employed.

It's just nice to be employed.

It's so hard to make a comedy pilot and have a cool idea. ---->>>

My first series, I wouldn't even know where to get a clip of it. It was called 'Cracking Up.' It was on 'FOX' in 2004. ---->>>

My wife is a very talented singer. She sang a lot on 'Roswell,' and I am embarrassed to sing around her. ---->>>

People only see you as your last role, so it's hard to break out of that. ---->>>

Public perception is obviously important to an actor's career. ---->>>

The first season of a show is kind of like an extended pilot. You're only really on the map if it goes a second season. ---->>>

The idea of doing a tennis movie is truly unbelievable to me. Well, first of all, they don't really exist. ---->>>

There are a lot of techniques for developing a character.

There are a lot of techniques for developing a character.

There's a lot of young actors and people who have success very quickly who kind of expect it or don't have the experience to really appreciate it. ---->>>

To be perfectly honest, I've gotten attention from gay men for a long time. ---->>>

When I watch a comedy that's just hitting you over the head with jokes constantly, some really hit, but if they miss, you're like, 'Eh.' ---->>>

With a lot of comedies, the characters go on a journey, and they come back, and they're the exact same people. ---->>>

Being on stage was all about the palpable energy of a rapt audience hopefully buying into a life onstage. The immediate connection with the audience was the best part for me. The camera is not as fun, but your work is preserved forever. There's immortality to it. ---->>>

I have straight married friends that other friends think are gay, and I have gay friends who don't throw that vibe at all. I know there's a full range out there, but I feel that gay men who aren't flamboyant are underrepresented on-screen. ---->>>

I think a lot of guys you see - there seems to be this thing where you can have all the fun in the world, but in the end of the day, there's no one to share it with. ---->>>

I'm trying to think how I impressed my wife. We had an on-stage kiss, and I really went for it. Because I liked her. Usually you can get away with it being just technical, but it was a problem when I ended up kissing my wife on the set. I'd say I stopped acting and kissed her on set. ---->>>

In this fragmented world, with such short attention spans, you've got a couple of episodes to make an impression. And if you don't, you start to lose your audience in a big way. ---->>>

Jason Katims creates truly relatable three-dimensional people you fall in love with right away. Jason always puts a lot of heart into what he does. He has a way of touching your emotional core in a life-affirming way. And he's a great show runner. ---->>>

Just because you get a show and it gets on the air doesn't mean jack. It certainly means that you'll be considered for stuff, but you've got to fight and claw to get every job. ---->>>

Once I started working as a professional actor, it was like, 'Bye-bye waiting tables, bye-bye bartending, bye-bye all the cliched jobs actors do.' But after a year of not getting work, there's this really difficult conflict, like, 'Do I have to go back to being a waiter when people recognize me from a show?' ---->>>

Sports movies are a genre that I really respond to, but they can be done really poorly and really fall short. The good ones are just so good and inspiring and make you feel good. ---->>>

When a character does something appalling but you still want to root for them, I find that the most exciting challenge to play, if you can pull it off. You're not supposed to like it, but you can't help it. ---->>>


Nationality: American
Born: 10-28, 1978
Birthplace: Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Occupation: Actor

David B. Walton (born October 27, 1978) is an American actor. He is known for his role in the television sitcom Cracking Up (2004), as Liam Connor. He has starred in several television programs, including the drama series Heist (2006), and on the NBC comedies Perfect Couples (2010–2011), Bent (2012), and About a Boy (2014–2015) (wikipedia)