|Birthdate:||July 25 1969|
|Birthplace:||Queens, New York|
David Bryan Woodside made his television debut in 1996, playing Aaron Mosley in the second season of "Murder One". That season also featured Tony Perez, Jack Kehler, Harry Lennix, Gregory Itzin, Glenn Morshower, Todd Jeffries, Missy Crider, Michael Massee, and Peter Onorati. He has also starred in "The Division" (with Jenny Gago and John Cothran Jr.), "Once and Again" (with Jeffrey Nordling and Ever Carradine), "Numb3rs" (with Navi Rawat and Peter MacNicol), "Romeo Must Die" (with Edoardo Ballerini), "Lie to Me" (with Currie Graham and Tim Guinee), and "Hawthorne" (with James Morrison and Hector Atreyu Ruiz).
He is also well known to TV audiences as Principal Robin Wood, Buffy's boss and son of a former slayer in the final season of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (with Harris Yulin).
Woodside has also starred in films like Scar City (with Jalil Jay Lynch), More Dogs Than Bones (with Robin Thomas), Flashpoint (with Billy Burke and Skye McCole Bartusiak), Something More (with Burke again), The Law and Mr. Lee (with Bill Smitrovich), Easy (with Vincent Angell), and First. (with Reiko Aylesworth).
Woodside received his BA from State University of New York at Albany and is also a graduate of the Yale School of Drama's MFA program. Since 2011, he has been on VH1's Single Ladies.
Selected filmography Edit
- Easy (2003)
- Something More (2003)
- Romeo Must Die (2000)
- Scar City (1998)
Television appearances Edit
- Single Ladies (2011-present)
- Viva Laughlin! (2007)
- JAG (2004)
- CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2004)
- Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2002-2003)
- CSI: Miami (2002)
- Once and Again (2002)
- The Division (1999)
- The Practice (1997)
- Murder One (1996)
- Master Illusionists: 24's Special Effects Make-Up, Season 6 DVD