David O'Donnell launched his acting career at the tender age of 16. At the start of his acting career, O'Donnell appeared on television comedies like "Unhappily Ever After" (WB, 1994-99) and "Arli$" (HBO, 1996-2003). A few of his roles at the time were also in movies like "The Trigger Effect" (1996) with Kyle MacLachlan and the Harrison Ford smash hit action film "Air Force One" (1997). His work around this time also included a part on the TV movie "Made Men" (HBO, 1998-99). In the nineties and the early 2000s, he acted in the comedy "Eating LA" (1999) with Greg Lewis and "Thirteen Days" (2000). He also worked in television during these years, including a part on "Fantasy Island" (ABC, 1998-99). More recently, he tackled roles on "Punk'd" (MTV, 2003-2012) and "Las Vegas" (NBC, 2003-08). He also was featured in the TV movie "Magma: Volcanic Disaster" (Syfy, 2005-06). He also appeared in the Stephen Baldwin dramatic period piece "Faith of Our Fathers" (2015). O'Donnell most recently acted in the sports drama "The Squeeze" (2015) with Jeremy Sumpter. O'Donnell was married to Jennifer Aspen.