Ep. 61 | David Dean Bottrell
Actor/Writer David Dean Bottrell (Kingdom Come, JAG, Boston Legal...) joins us on The Matthew Aaron Show LIVE this Tuesday (10/18) evening starting at 8:30pm CT.
David will be discussing his career, his upcoming guest role on HARRY'S LAW which starts October 19th on NBC and his critically acclaimed one man show DAVID DEAN BOTTRELL MAKES LOVE which is returning to the stage in LA for 8 performances only starting November 16th.
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DAVID DEAN BOTTRELL is a multi-hyphenate. David is familiar to television audiences from his breakout role in David E. Kelley’s Boston Legal, playing the wonderfully psychotic “Lincoln Meyer”. He has enjoyed roles on many popular shows including Head of the Class, Caroline in the City, Dharma and Greg, JAG and most recently Harry’s Law, Castle, Criminal Minds, iCarly and a recurring role on Days of Our Lives.
Theater audiences have seen David on stage at Second Stage, the Public Theater, the Manhattan Punch Line and LaMama, as well as many prestigious regional theaters like New Haven’s Long Wharf Theater and the Actors Theater of Louisville (Humana Festival). Most recently, he was an original cast member of both the Los Angeles and New York companies of “Streep Tease”, and previously appeared on the Colony’s stage in 2009 in Wayne Liebman’s “Better Angels”.
In addition to his acting career, David has realized much success as a writer of many screenplays for studios such as MTV Films, Paramount Pictures and Disney Feature Animation, as well as the co-writer of Fox Searchlight’s 2001 mega-hit film Kingdom Come, starring LL Cool J, Jada Pinkett Smith, Loretta Devin and many other notable actors. His comedic POV column appears each month in Metrosource Magazine and he’s a regular contributor for the Huffington Post, where he blogs about his experiences in the entertainment industry, as well as his own popular industry Web site – PartsAndLabor – a must read for all middle class Hollywood.
As a director, he is currently directing a stage adaptation of Graham Greene’s much-loved novel “Travels with My Aunt” at the Colony Theater in Burbank, and directed (as well as wrote) the award-winning short comedy film, Available Men which screened at more than 130 film festivals.
Presently, David is the sole performer and writer of “David Bottrell Makes Loves”, which premiered at the Comedy Central Stage in May 2011 and continued its sold out run at Rogue Machine Theater in Los Angeles.
Bottrell is originally from Louisa, Kentucky and currently lives in Los Angeles.