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Known For Acting

Known Credits 26

Gender Male

Birthday 1965-03-13 (55 years old)

Place of Birth Kitchener - Ontario - Canada

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Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

David Orth (born March 13, 1965) is a Canadian actor. Orth was born and raised in Kitchener, Ontario. His most notable role was as Edward 'Ned' Malone in the TV series The Lost World, which was shot in Australia. He played this part from 1999 until 2002. During the shooting of The Lost World, he purchased a home in Australia and soon after met his wife there. Orth voiced Blizzard in Iron Man: Armored Adventures. He has also starred in Beyond Reality, The Ray Bradbury Theatre and in the episode "Scarecrow" on the CW's horror/drama series Supernatural. He has hinted that although he enjoys his acting career, he would like to become a director in the future, "I'd like to work toward both producing and directing. Directing really interests me as it does many actors".

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