David Cubitt currently stars in the SyFy series Van Helsing and can also be seen opposite Naomi Watts and Oliver Platt in the feature film Shut In.
Recently Cubitt caught the eye of Roland Emmerich and was cast opposite Jonathan Rhys Meyers in feature film Stonewall having premiered at TIFF’s 2015 Gala Screening. He was also featured in Universal Pictures The Seventh Son alongside Jeff Bridges & Julianne Moore. David is most notably known for his leading role opposite Patricia Arquette in the hit NBC series, Medium.
Born in England to a Dutch mother and British father, Cubitt was six months old when his family moved to Vancouver. While attending university, he worked on a cable music video show called Night Vision, performing in comedic sketch segments. Cubitt describes this experience as “the beginning of [his] love affair with acting.” David studied acting full time until he was kicked out of theatre school having been told he “couldn’t act and would never work.” Soon afterward, Cubitt landed a leading role in the feature Alive directed by Frank Marshall, starring Ethan Hawke.
Alive helped spark Cubitt’s career and it wasn’t long before he landed a series lead role on the hit Canadian show E.N.G. Following David starred with Eric McCormack on Lonesome Dove for one season before he was offered the hit TV series Traders, during which time he won numerous Gemini Awards and Nominations for best actor.
After landing a development deal with CBS, Cubitt moved to Los Angeles where he landed the leading role of David Caruso’s brother in the series Michael Hayes.
David has had an extensive career in television including roles on A&E’s Bates Motel, Showtime’s Ray Donovan, ABC’s Once Upon A Time and Freeform’s upcoming series The Deep.
Additional film credits include Black Chicks a short written and directed by Neil Labute, Juggernaut directed by Daniel DIMarco and the comedy feature The Colossal Failure of the Modern Relationship with Enrico Colantoni.← BackNext →