Appeared in a viral campaign for Verizon with James Franco. See a clip here.
Had a callback with Woody Allen for his next film after auditioning for longtime Casting Director Juliet Taylor.
Shot "Rainbow Ruthie," an indie pilot cast by Josy Rodriguez of Bowling/Miscia.
Shot a role in "Nights with Emily," starring Molly Shannon and directed by Madeleine Olnek (premiered three films at Sundance).
Shot a Guest Star role in an episode of Kate Simmons' webseries "Sublet."
Acted in Nylon Fusion's "This Round's On Us" opposite a world premiere by John Patrick Shanley (Directed by Ivette Dumeng)
Shot the short film "Taxi: 2016"
Readings at Dixon Place and The Playground Experiment.
Performed in the 10-minute play, "30 Seconds to Trump"
Public workshop of "Project Dolly," an EST/Sloan Commission, at The Barrow Group (Directed by Lee Brock and Jon Marans)
"The President Plays" at Urban Stages (Directed by Alex Dmitriev)
"Plant and Her" - Nylon Fusion Theatre Co. (Directed by Christopher Randolph)
"ISIS in Hollywood" - Rule of 7x7
Shot a commercial for CUR Music, a new music-streaming app.
Plays at The Shelter, Theatrelab, 13th Street Rep, The Playground Experiment, and more.
Fall / Summer 2015
Performed in "A Comedy of Tinders" with the Shelter NYC.
Play readings at Primary Stages, The Barrow Group, Abingdon Theatre, The Playground Experiment.
Shot a role in "The Layovers," a new TV pilot.
From November 6-21, David appeared in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead at the Gene Frankel Theatre, NYC.
Acted in a new play opposite Margaret Ladd for Nylon Fusion Theatre Company.
Appeared in a new play by Lia Romeo at Rule of 7x7 at The Tank.
Perfomed in a staged reading at The Actor's Temple, and readings on Cape Cod, Abingdon Theatreo Co., and more.
Shot two short films. Details coming soon!
Starred opposite Michael Pemberton ("Veep," "Damages") - in BROKEN, directed by Daisy Walker ("Jersey Boys," Keen Co.)
- "Meyers was superb in playing the maniac who murdered seventeen [people]" - Peter Filichia (TheaterMania, NJ Star Ledger)
- "A brave, timely, and thoughtful drama" - amNY
"Let You Help You" premiered at SOHO Interational Film Festival in May 2015.
Shot a role in Flatbush Luck, a low-budget SAG feature film.
Readings at Abingdon Theatre Co., Playground Experiment, Montclair Shakespeare, and more.
Acted in The Barrow Group 48-Hour Film Festival, and with The Astoria Performing Arts Center PlayMaking series.
Peformed in "Solo Show" - a spoof of one-man shows with off-Broadway's Project Y. Read a review.
Appeared in in "Moving Pictures" - a new play produced by Nylon Fusion Theatre Company (picture at right).
Readings at Project Y, Abingdon Theatre Co., NYU's MFA Screenwriting Program, and more
Called back for numerous feature films and national commercials.
Starred in RED at the Payoment Performing Arts Center on Cape Cod.
Cape Cod Times: "David Meyers ... is a perfect compliment. He is by turns sycophantic and challenging, scared and belligerent, innocent and worldly wise..." "a feisty force to be reckoned with."
Appeared in "LoveSick" with off-Broadway's Project Y Theatre Company.
Shot a pilot for Cooper James (producer of the Jamie Foxx Show). View a clip HERE.
Performed in “Theater Masters” 2014, a festival of new plays in NYC adjudicated by Robert Lupone.
Readings at Provincetown Playhouse, Abingdon Theatre Co., Project Y, and more.
Shot roles in the webseries Below the Line, Mr. Right, and Freelancers Daily.
Tongue in Cheek Theater produced "Solo Show."
Performed a real (and crazy) rant from Amazon.com: Click Here.
Appeared in "Screen Trek" - which aired at the Loews at Lincoln Center. Watch here.
Shot projects for Adobe Software and an industrial for a Fortune 500 company.
Shot a Nissan commercial, which aired extensively in New York and New Jersey.
Played "Ari," the real-life counterpart to Jesse McCartney’s character in Campus Life - directed by Catherine Scorsese.
Performed in Alice in Wonderland for off-Broadway’s Abingdon Theatre Company.
Appeared as Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at The Drama Bookshop Theatre with Snorks and Pins Productions.
Shot lead roles in short films "Nice Guys" and "Gangster Noir."
Performed in a reading of "The Nutcracker” starring Broadway’s Lillias White.
Had three different one-act plays procued in three states in October 2013.
Played “Claw” in “You Don’t Have to Hide Your Food, Danielle” with Nylon Fusion Theatre Co.
Shot a two-day Industrial for “Project Innocent Heart.”
Performed in a staged reading at Dreamcatcher Rep - an Equity theatre in New Jersey.
Shot a role in the webseries Nepotism.
2012 and Beyond
David appeared in “A Christmas Carol” at the Tri-State Actors Theater, a professional Equity theatre in New Jersey.
David played “Archie the Jester” in “Fool Me Twice” with Nylon Fusion Theatre.
David played the leading role in “Flipper,” a new play by Charles Borkhuis. (Crest Theatre Company).
David shot an episode of the Travel Channel’s “Mysteries at the Museum” as Thomas Edison.
Watch David in “Mel Gibson’s Maccabee Movie - Leaked Auditions” HERE.
Check out the “Pink Slime Infomercial,” which David wrote and starred in.
David appeared as Demetrius in an outdoor production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream from July - August 2012.
David was called back by half of the theatres at the New Jersey Combined Professional Auditions.
David recently shot three projects for the Graduate film programs at NYU and Columbia.
David wrapped shooting the lead role of “Lucas” in Group Therapy, a low-budget indie.
David just shot the leading role of “Timothy” in a Columbia MFA short.
David just shot a paid role in the Internet short “The Haunted Apartment.”
David performed The Comedy of Errors in March 2012 with What Dreams May Co.
David performed in Subway Stories at New York's Duplex Cabaret for Turnstyle Theatre Company in 2011 and 2012.
David appeared in productions of All in the Timing, Romeo & Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and many others in New York City.
Actor - Writer - Quirky Human Being
David in "Moving Pictures."
David fell in love with performing after seeing Peter Pan when he was 5 years old.
He's now a professional actor and writer (though he took a brief detour to work at the White House – really, he did).
"The eight member cast collaborates beautifully to make this a strong and consistently illuminating ensemble effort." - Talkin' Broadway
"There is also a bit of slapstick, mainly in the character of Alfred (David Meyers, also doubling as the ridiculous Polonius), who can never quite get his cues correct." - StageBuddy.com