David Dastmalchian

Movie Actor

David Dastmalchian was born in Kansas, United States on July 21st, 1984 and is the Movie Actor. At the age of 39, David Dastmalchian biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, and networth are available.

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Date of Birth
July 21, 1984
Nationality
United States
Place of Birth
Kansas, United States
Age
39 years old
Zodiac Sign
Cancer
Profession
Film Actor, Film Producer, Screenwriter, Stage Actor, Television Actor
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Education
DePaul University (BFA)
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Spouse(s)
Eve Leigh ​(m. 2014)​
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2
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David Dastmalchian Career

Dastmalchian began his professional career in the mid-2000s in Chicago, working on stage and in commercials. He has received acclaim for lead roles in Tennessee Williams's The Glass Menagerie and Sam Shepard's Buried Child at Chicago's Shattered Globe Theatre. He was involved with a number of Chicago theater companies and was an artistic associate at Caffeine Theatre.

His feature film debut came in the late 2000s, as the Joker's deranged henchman, Thomas Schiff, in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight. His portrayal of Bob Taylor in Denis Villeneuve's Prisoners received strong reviews. Richard Corliss of Time called Dastmalchian's performance "excellent – chatty, modest with some subtle telltale psychopathy" and The Guardian's Paul MacInnes likened his introduction as a new suspect to Kevin Spacey's entrance in Seven.

In March 2014, Dastmalchian was awarded the Special Jury Prize for Courage in Storytelling at the South by Southwest Film Festival. He wrote and starred in the feature film Animals, directed by Collin Schiffli. Ashley Moreno of The Austin Chronicle credits Dastmalchian's screenplay with "present[ing] an authenticity often lacking in films about drug abuse." Film Threat's Brian Tallerico similarly sings the praises of Dastmalchian's breakout performance, noting his ability to "capture that sense of self-loathing that comes through in the body language of an addict without overselling it."

Other feature film appearances include starring roles in the psychological thriller The Employer, the indie grindhouse hit Sushi Girl, the drama Cass (winner, San Diego Black Film Festival), Girls Will Be Girls 2012 (a sequel to the 2003 cult hit Girls Will Be Girls), Saving Lincoln, Virgin Alexander, Ant-Man, and Michel Franco's Chronic.

He has also appeared on television: as Simon on the Fox sci-fi series Almost Human, in the episode "Simon Says"; as a chess expert and murder suspect on the CBS forensics procedural drama series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation; and as Oz Turner on the BBC drama series Intruders. Other television appearances include the FX sitcom The League, the Showtime crime drama series Ray Donovan, and NBC's medical drama ER.

Dastmalchian portrayed DC Comics villain Abra Kadabra in seasons 3 and 7 of The Flash.

In 2017 he reunited with Denis Villeneuve when he appeared in Blade Runner 2049. The following year he reprised the role of Kurt in the Ant-Man sequel Ant-Man and the Wasp. In 2021 he appeared as Polka-Dot Man in The Suicide Squad, a character with whom he said he connected on a personal level due to the childhood bullying he suffered as a result of his vitiligo. Later that same year he appeared in his third Denis Villeneuve film when he portrayed Piter De Vries in Dune.

Dastmalchian is a comic book writer. He debuted his horror comic series Count Crowley in 2019 published by Dark Horse Comics.

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In "Boston Strangler" Trailer, Keira Knightley Hunts Down a Serial Killer

www.popsugar.co.uk, February 22, 2023
Keira Knightley is back in time once more — this time to a particularly scary period of history: the Boston Strangler, a serial killer who was feared as the Boston Strangler. The first trailer for the film "Boston Strangler" debuted on Feb. 21nd, and Knightly plays journalist Loretta McLaughlin, who was among the first to realize there was a connection between a string of murders. She's on her way to becoming the Boston Strangler, which would make her a serial killer. According to Biography, the Boston Strangler killed at least 11 people between 1962 and 1964. Albert DeSalvo, a man who was not arrested and was discovered dead in his cell in 1973, but later admitted to the murders when already in jail. He was the killer in 2013 as per New Scientist, DNA tests eventually established that he was the perpetrator.

At the Nerdist event for Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania, Kathryn Newton looks stunning in purple

www.dailymail.co.uk, February 18, 2023
Kathryn Newton made a stylish figure when she joined her co-stars and production staff at a screening for their latest film Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania. On Friday, the American actress, 26, looked stylish as she stepped out at the Nerdist fan gathering for Marvel at El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles alongside Marvel actor David Dastmalchian, who appeared in the first two Ant-Man films. Kathryn showcased her movie-star style in a purple form-fitting sleeveless jacket with a shawl over her right shoulder during the soirée.
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