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David Krumholtz

Knowledge Identifier: +David_Krumholtz


David Krumholtz

American actor best known for playing Professor Charlie Eppes in the television series Numb3rs add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1978.

Countries: United States (56%), New York (16%), United Kingdom (12%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Edward Burns, Julia Stiles, Joss Whedon

Linked to: Arizona State University, CBS, TV Guide, Jews




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David Krumholtz was born in 1978 add something


"Big Shot" was a true story based on the Arizona State University basketball fixing scandal of the early 1990s add something


For his role in "Mikey", David was nominated for a 1993 Young Artist award add something


In 1994 Krumholtz co-starred in his first television series, "Monty", with Henry Winkler; the show lasted only a few episodes add something


In 1999 David starred as Michael Eckman in the popular teen movie "10 Things I Hate about You" with Larisa Oleynik, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Julia Stiles, and Heath Ledger add something


10 Things I Hate About You - Costume designer Kim Tillman designed original dresses for Larisa Oleynik and Julia Stiles as well as the period outfits for Susan May 1999 Pratt and David Krumholtz


It was the role of Yussel that brought Krumholtz to the attention of actor and filmmaker, Edward Burns, who cast him in the 2001 independent movie, "Sidewalks of New York" add something


His first role as a leading man was in the 2002 romantic comedy "You Stupid Man", playing opposite Milla Jovovich add something


In 2004 Krumholtz reunited with Edward Burns for the independent film "The Last Hold-Outs" add something


Additionally, he is known for his role as "Mr. Universe" in the 2005 film "Serenity" add something


In 2005 he finally found television success with the CBS series "Numb3rs" add something


In September 2005, he was seen in Joss Whedon's science fiction film "Serenity" as "Mr. Universe", a hacker and information broker add something


Rob Morrow - From 2005 to 2010, he starred with David Krumholtz and Judd Hirsch in "Numb3rs" on CBS


Although never released theatrically in the United States, "You Stupid Man", directed by Edward Burns's brother Brian Burns, was released on DVD in 2006 add something


Most recently, in early 2006, Krumholtz's 2003 film "Kill the Poor" screened in New York City at IFC Center and across the country on Comcast's On Demand cable service add something


"Numb3rs" was officially cancelled by CBS on May 18, 2010 add something


On May 22, 2010, Krumholtz married actress, Vanessa Britting, at The Plaza Hotel in New York City; they had been engaged since July 2008 add something


In September 2011, Krumholtz was diagnosed with thyroid cancer and began a radioactive iodine treatment three months later add something


Mr. Popper's Penguins (film) - Popper's Penguins"' is a 2011 American comedy family film distributed by 20th Century Fox, directed by Mark Waters, produced by John Davis, written by Sean Anders, John Morris and Jared Stern with music by Rolfe Kent and starring Jim Carrey, Carla Gugino, Madeline Carroll, Maxwell Perry Cotton, Angela Lansbury, Desmin Borges, Philip Baker Hall, Dominic Chianese, Clark Gregg, Ophelia Lovibond, Jeffrey Tambor, David Krumholtz with Frank Welker and James Tupper


In 2012, Krumholtz was cast opposite Michael Urie in CBS' comedy tv series "Partners" but the show was cancelled after six episodes add something


At the end of January 2012 was diagnosed cancer-free add something


Melanie Lynskey - In 2013, she starred alongside David Krumholtz in "Teddy Bears", which was described as "smart" and "poignant" by The Hollywood Reporter


They have a daughter, Pemma Mae Krumholtz, who was born in 2014 add something


In 2016, he provided the voice for Kareem Abdul Lavash in the adult animated film "Sausage Party" add something