David Costabile

TV Actor

David Costabile was born in Washington, D.C., District of Columbia, United States on January 9th, 1967 and is the TV Actor. At the age of 56, David Costabile biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, TV shows, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 9, 1967
United States
Place of Birth
Washington, D.C., District of Columbia, United States
56 years old
Zodiac Sign
Film Actor, Stage Actor, Television Actor
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David Costabile Career

Costabile has appeared on Broadway in Manhattan Theatre Club's revival of Translations in 2007, the musical Titanic in 1997, and The Tempest in 1995. In 2005, he appeared as Launce in The Two Gentlemen of Verona as part of the Public Theater's Shakespeare in the Park. For Caroline, or Change, the Drama Desk Award–winning musical by Tony Kushner and Jeanine Tesori (2003–2004), Costabile workshopped and performed in the original production and its Broadway transfer.

Costabile is best known for his recurring television roles on The Wire (as Thomas Klebanow, managing editor of The Baltimore Sun), Flight of the Conchords (as Doug), Damages (as Detective Rick Messer), Suits (as Daniel Hardman, former senior partner of the law firm of Pearson Hardman), and Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul (as Gale Boetticher). He is currently starring as Mike "Wags" Wagner in the Showtime production Billions.

Costabile also appeared in season six of The Office, as a banker sent from Sabre to evaluate Dunder Mifflin, and in the House episode "Changes" as a limousine driver. During the second series of Franklin & Bash, he guest-starred as a senior partner of the Infeld Daniels New York office, investigating Franklin and Bash because of a complaint filed against them by a former client. He had a minor guest star role in a season 3 episode of The Good Wife, playing the defendant's lawyer in a lawsuit against Lockhart and Gardner, and in a two episode story arc on BBC One's Ripper Street. Costabile also played Mr. Braddock, an attorney to the primary suspect in an episode of The Closer titled "Unknown Trouble", the first episode of season 7.

He has appeared in several television commercials, including ads for Microsoft and FedEx. In 2011, he appeared in Lie to Me as Dr. Mitch Grandon, the head doctor of a psychiatric institution in the Season 3 episode "Funhouse". In 2013, he appeared in Elementary as Danilo Gura, a custodian of a hospital in the Season 1 episode "Lesser Evils". Costabile appeared as Internal Affairs investigator Simon Boyd in the 2013 TV show Low Winter Sun. He appeared in Person of Interest in Season 1 as Samuel Gates. He appeared in The Blacklist in Season 2 as Dr. Linus Creel. He starred in the television series Dig.

In an April 2013 article about television, Wired magazine called Costabile "a performer who inhabits his characters so perfectly as to consistently be a fan favorite" and "one of the best things about" every television show in which he has appeared.

Costabile appeared in 2009's Solitary Man as Gary, the husband of Jenna Fischer's character. He played Jennifer Aniston's attorney in the 2010 film The Bounty Hunter. In 2012, he appeared in the film Lincoln as Republican representative James Ashley. In 2013, he appeared in Steven Soderbergh's film Side Effects as Carl Millbank and as Professor Horstein in Runner Runner. In 2016, he appeared as the Chief in 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi. In 2019 he appeared in The Dirt as Doc McGhee.


Mom says her son Ryan Furtado was killed by Peloton bike in his $4,000-a-month New York City apartment

www.dailymail.co.uk, September 7, 2023
A mother is taking home-exercise giant Peloton to court in a lawsuit over her son's gruesome 2022 death. According to a lawsuit filed in New York, Johanna Furtado says that her son Ryan was 'killed instantly' when his bike toppled on him as he used it for leverage when getting up from the floor as part of an exercise program. Johanna claims in the suit that the bike fell and sliced open an artery during the horrific accident that occurred in January 2022, just a week before his 33rd birthday.

Al Roker STUNS his Today co-hosts as he reveals he has filmed a secret cameo on hit TV drama Billions - as he shares sneak peek at his upcoming appearance on the show

www.dailymail.co.uk, September 1, 2023
The beloved weatherman, 69, spilled details of his upcoming role in the Showtime drama during Thursday's episode of the NBC program, with his co-stars Craig Melvin, 44, Dylan Dreyer, 42, and Sheinelle Jones, 45, all exclaiming that they had no idea of his secret project. Roker explained that he'll get the chance to display his impressive meteorology skills in the Billions episode - which is titled Hurricane Rosie and will see the father-of-three playing himself - during an on-screen conversation with David Costabile's character Mike Wagner.

PR expert says Peloton may not ride through storm after it recalls 2.2million bikes

www.dailymail.co.uk, May 13, 2023
Peloton went from being a 'lockdown darling item' to having to fight a number of PR battles, as a brand expert told MailOnline: 'I don't see how they can ride through this storm'. Despite once being considered a 'frontrunner' in the wave of fitness tech, customers may be put off by the latest PR disaster after it recalled more than two million of its exercise bikes over a safety hazard, PR and brand expert Mayah Riaz has claimed. 'It's too much to recover from,' Ms Riaz, who helps big brands and celebrities navigate big PR crises, told MailOnline.