David Latham is an editor working in television. He began his career in the 1980s, editing eight episodes of the action adventure series "The A-Team" midway through the series' run, in 1985 and '86. The show co-starred George Peppard and Mr. T, of "Rocky" fame. In 1989, Latham began his next modest gig, editing seven episodes of the youthful undercover cop series "21 Jump Street</b, the show that helped launch Johnny Depp's rise to stardom. Then in 1991, Latham landed his first major editing post, on the massively successful syndicated beach babes series, "Baywatch." Latham worked on 69 episodes of the series, until 1999, and also edited three video spinoffs of the show. After editing a Chuck Norris project--"The President's Man," a 2000 TV movie--Latham landed his next big gig in 2001, on the hit terrorism crime drama "24." He edited 67 episodes of that successful Fox show, earning two Emmy nominations-for Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series-in 2003 and 2005, before winning the award in 2006.