David A.R. White Filmography
David A.R. White comes from a small town outside of Dodge City, Kansas. He moved to L.A. when he was 19 to pursue his acting career. Six months after moving to L.A., David landed a recurring role, playing the best friend of Burt Reynolds son on the hit CBS series "Evening Shade" for three years. David then went on to guest appearances on such shows as: Coach, Saved by the Bell, Sisters, Melrose Place and many others. In February 1999, David helped create, produce, and play the lead in the feature length film, "The Moment After". In 2000, David produced and played the lead dual roles in the theatrical film "Mercy Streets". In 2004 he produced and acted in "SIX: The Mark Unleashed" and the 20th Century Fox film "The Visitation". In late 2005, David and 3 others started Pure Flix Entertainment to produce and distribute Faith and Family films. In the first full year of the company, David produced and played the lead roles in "Hidden Secrets" and "The Moment After 2...the Awakening and produced "The Wager" starring Randy Travis. The following year, David took his first crack at directing in which he also wrote, produced and starred in "Holyman Undercover", which was based on his one man comedy show. David has continued producing and starring in many of the Pure Flix films over the last several years, and just completed starring in the GMC MOW/pilot for Brother White.