David Durand

Beloved child actor David Durand started his entertainment career at the tender age of ten. Durand began his acting career with roles in such films as the George Bancroft dramedy "Ladies Love Brutes" (1930), the drama ... Read more »
Born: 07/27/1920

Filmography

Actor (15)

The Life of Jimmy Dolan 1932 (Movie)

George Lewis (Actor)

Bad Sister 1930 (Movie)

(Actor)

Boys' Reformatory (Movie)

Knickles (Actor)

East Side Kids (Movie)

The East Side Kids (Actor)

Golden Gloves (Movie)

Gumdrop Wilbur (Actor)

Innocents of Paris (Movie)

Jo-Jo (Actor)

Keep 'em Slugging (Movie)

Bingo (Actor)

Ladies Love Brutes (Movie)

Joseph Forziati (Actor)

Off the Record (Movie)

Blackie (Actor)

Probation (Movie)

The Kid (Actor)

Rich Man's Folly (Movie)

Brock Trumbull Jr. (Actor)

Silver Dollar (Movie)

Mark (Actor)

Son of the Border (Movie)

(Actor)

Streets of New York (Movie)

Spike (Actor)

Viva Villa! (Movie)

Bugle Boy (Actor)
Art Department (3)

Problem Child 1990 (Movie)

(Storyboard Artist)

The Fly II 1989 (Movie)

(Storyboard Artist)

Runaway 1984 (Movie)

(Storyboard Artist)
Visual Effects & Animation (1)

Runaway 1984 (Movie)

robot design (Mechanical Special Effects)
Other (1)

Short Time 1990 (Movie)

production illustrator (Production)

Biography

Beloved child actor David Durand started his entertainment career at the tender age of ten. Durand began his acting career with roles in such films as the George Bancroft dramedy "Ladies Love Brutes" (1930), the drama "Bad Sister" (1931) with Conrad Nagel and the John Darrow drama "Probation" (1932). He also appeared in the western "Son of the Border" (1933) with Tom Keene, "The Great Jasper" (1933) and the crime drama "The Life of Jimmy Dolan" (1933) with Douglas Fairbanks Jr.. His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like the drama "As the Earth Turns" (1934) with Jean Muir, the Ralph Morgan drama "Little Men" (1934) and the action picture "Viva Villa" (1934) with Wallace Beery. He also appeared in "Wednesday's Child" (1934), "Boys' Reformatory" (1939) and "Streets of New York" (1939) with Jackie Cooper. Durand continued to exercise his talent in the forties through the nineties, taking on a mix of projects like "Golden Gloves" (1940) starring Richard Denning, "Runaway" with Tom Selleck (1984) and "Infiltrator" (CBS, 1986-87). His credits also expanded to "The Fly II" (1989) starring Eric Stoltz and "Problem Child" (1990) starring John Ritter. Durand more recently worked on the Dabney Coleman dramatic comedy "Short Time" (1990).

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