Although not a household name, American actor David Starzyk has amassed an impressive list of credits. His first role came in the 1993 low-budget exploitation film "Madame," where he had a supporting role. His next significant part was a recurring role on the now-forgotten Corey Feldman sitcom "Dweebs." Other guest roles in the '90s came on the sitcom "Home Improvement" and the drama "Felicity." He had two recurring roles during the 1999-2000 TV season: one on the beach-set cops show "Pacific Blue" and another on the Kirstie Alley show "Veronica's Closet." In the 2000s he was a doctor on several episodes of "The Young and the Restless" and made a single appearance on the cult hit "Lost" in 2005. Beginning in 2010 he started a recurring role on the female-centric sitcom "Hot in Cleveland." His film appearances have tended to be in low-budget features like the drama "Erosion" in 2005 or straight-to-video offerings like the cheerleading sequel "Bring It On: Fight to the Finish" and the thriller "Haunted Echoes," in which he co-starred with Sean Young.