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|Date Of Birth||December 1, 1975|
|Fact||Son, Henry Hornsby, with Emily Deschanel, was born on September 21, 2011.|
- 1 Who is David Hornsby?
- 2 Early Life and Education: Growing Up in Texas
- 3 Career Beginnings: ER, Pearl Harbor and Six Feet Under
- 4 Sustained Success: WWE Monday Night RAW, The Joe Schmo Show, The Mullets
- 5 A True Star: It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Alien vs. Predator: Requiem and More
- 6 Solidifying His Reputation: Bones, Ben 10, Fanboy and Chum Chum, Good Girls and More
- 7 Personal Life: How did David Hornsby and Emily Deschanel Meet? Do They Have Any Children?
- 8 Body Measurements: How Tall is David Hornsby?
- 9 Net Worth: How Rich is David Hornsby?
- 10 Social Media Presence
- 11 General Info
- 12 Family
- 13 Accomplishments
- 14 Social profile links
- 15 Quotes
- 16 Facts
- 17 Pictures
- 18 Movies
Who is David Hornsby?
Born on 1 December 1975, in Newport News, Virginia, under the archer’s sign of Sagittarius, David Hornsby is a 43-year-old American actor, producer and screenwriter. His most notable role as an actor was as Matthew Mara in “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”, a show which he also wrote and produced. A trained actor, David isn’t known for a particular part, but instead for his versatility, the ability to adapt to the demands of any role. His other notable accomplishments as an actor include “Pearl Harbor”, “Flags of Our Fathers” and “How to Be a Gentleman”. In the late 2000s, he achieved additional fame when it became known that he and actress Emily Dechanel were together. This, along with his hectic work habits, made him a true celebrity. Fans love his devotion and sense of humor, both as an actor and as a writer.
Early Life and Education: Growing Up in Texas
David was born into an American family in Virginia, however, almost immediately after his birth, the Hornsby family relocated to Houston, Texas. There is no available information about the names of David’s parents, nor about their vocations, a clear sign of professionalism, as he doesn’t want anything from his personal life interfering with his private life or career plans. As for his siblings, we do know that he and Bruce Hornsby are cousins. A famous multi-genre pianist and singer, Bruce is the recipient of three Grammy Awards, with the most significant being the 1994 Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Performance. He was also a member of The Grateful Dead in the 1990s. Young David looked up to his 21-year-older cousin, and decided to pursue a career in the arts as well. In 1993, after matriculating from an unspecified high school, he enrolled at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, and in 1998 graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Acting and Stage Performance. With his mix of talent and formal training, David was confident that he had what it takes to be a successful man in the world of show business. Only a year later, he was proven right.
Career Beginnings: ER, Pearl Harbor and Six Feet Under
Even though he loved comedy, David was unsure where to start in his career; he felt competent enough to play any possible role, but was afraid to fail. Thus, he took a relatively big risk by auditioning for the role of Strauss in “ER”. One of the more critically acclaimed romantic dramas in recent years, “ER” set the foundation for other popular shows such as “Private Practice” and “Grey’s Anatomy”. The show revolves around the personal and professional lives of the employees of County General Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. Even though it was a support role, David felt encouraged and more certain about his future. In 2001, he appeared in “Pearl Harbor”, which was also an important step when it came to building a reputation. He followed up with “Area 52”, “Born Loser” and “Family Affair”, however, his first major role came as he assumed the role of Patric in “Six Feet Under”. This was a defining part of his early career, and it all went uphill from there.
Sustained Success: WWE Monday Night RAW, The Joe Schmo Show, The Mullets
In an astonishing turn of events, David auditioned to be Denny Mullet in a 2003 episode of “WWE Monday Night Raw”, which turned him into an overnight sensation. This unexpected appearance was followed by the role of Steve “The Hutch” Hutchinson in “The Joe Schmo Show”, a long-lasting comedy series purposely made to resemble a reality TV show. David played his role perfectly, becoming known as an instigator, and earning the nickname “Asshole”. Afterwards came another great role, again in a comedy series. this time in “The Mullets”. Even though it didn’t last long, the show attracted a lot of attention due to its uncanny humor and a rather strange approach to conventional situations. With the role of Victor in “Center of the Universe”, he amassed even more fame, which was further augmented by appearances in “Threshold”, “The West Wing”, and as a voice actor in “The X’s” on Nickelodeon.
A True Star: It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Alien vs. Predator: Requiem and More
In 2006, David landed his most notable role to date, as Matthew “Rickety Cricket” Mara in “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”. His character is a defrocked priest who appears alongside the main cast from time to time, being the catalyst for many funny, but also important plotlines. His tenure in the show lasted a total of 12 years and 22 episodes – unbeknownst to most, David is one of the creators and main writers of this hit series. Although he didn’t appear as Cricket frequently, he became a fan favorite, and showcased his ability to steal the spotlight even in a lesser role. After his debut in “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”, he appeared in “Jake in Progress” as Ken, and in “Alien vs. Predator: Requiem” – albeit a small part, this was his first foray into Hollywood movies, and he proved himself more than capable to take on differing responsibilities. With several roles in lesser known shows and films, this period was very busy for David, as he was featured in “How to Be a Gentleman” and “Unsupervised”, both of which were novelty parts for this already seasoned actor.
Solidifying His Reputation: Bones, Ben 10, Fanboy and Chum Chum, Good Girls and More
Even though the 2000s were immensely successful for Hornsby, he refused to stop, and upped his ante even further. He appeared alongside his wife Emily Deschanel (more on their marriage later) in “Bones”, and was then the voice actor behind Fanboy in the animated hit TV series “Fanboy and Chum Chum”; he can be heard in over 30 episodes, which were all critically acclaimed. With this part, David realized how fun voice acting can be and decided to give it another try with “Sanjay and Craig” and “Ben 10”. This slight change of direction was nothing more than an expansion of his already extensive repertoire, showing the film industry just how talented he really is. His most recent works include “Idiotsitter”, “The Goldbergs” and “Good Girls”. Hornsby refuses to slow down even after 20 years of non-stop work. ‘I’m like a decathlete without the body’, said David of his hectic work schedule.
Personal Life: How did David Hornsby and Emily Deschanel Meet? Do They Have Any Children?
David met his future wife Emily Deschanel in 2007, when he accidentally attended a party organized by a mutual acquaintance. At first they were hesitant about starting something, but they quickly decided a calculated risk was the best idea. In 2010, their initial “risk” definitely paid off, as the two entered holy matrimony on 25 September. The couple said their “I dos” in front of a large number of family and friends in the picturesque Pacific Palisades area of Los Angeles. On 21 September, 2011, slightly before their one-year anniversary, Emily Deschanel gave birth to their first son Henry Lamar. Four years later, on 8 June 2015, their second boy Calvin was born. Emily is best known for playing the lead role in “Bones”, one of the best crime dramas in recent years. She is also the sister of actress Zooey Deschanel, who is also a famous actress.
Body Measurements: How Tall is David Hornsby?
David Hornsby is 5ft 10ins (179cm) tall, but his weight and other measurements are currently unknown. He has blond hair and blue eyes, with a “signature” beard. As of July 2019, he has no known tattoos or body modifications.
Net Worth: How Rich is David Hornsby?
According to several reliable sources, David Hornsby has an approximate net worth of $3 million, as of mid-2019, accumulated by assuming a large number of roles on a yearly basis. In addition to acting, David is also a producer, writer and voice actor, which certainly contributes to the opulence he lives in. If he continues working incessantly and adds new credits to his portfolio, we might see his wealth reach an eight-figure number in the foreseeable future.
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— David Hornsby (@HornsByDavid) March 7, 2017
Social Media Presence
Thanks to the ever expanding grasp that social media has on worldwide audiences, it is in the best interests of most celebrities to keep their fans informed about their activities and thus sustain and potentially increase their ratings and profit. David himself is no stranger to this popular trend, as his dedication to posting updates on his public profiles and engaging with his fans is at an all-time high. His Instagram page has 1,400 followers, while his Twitter account is followed by 25,000 fans.
|Full Name||David Hornsby|
|Date Of Birth||December 1, 1975|
|Profession||Screenwriter, Television producer, Voice Actor|
|Education||Carnegie Mellon University|
|Children||Henry Lamar Hornsby|
|Movies||The Layover, Boldly Going Nowhere, Pretty Bird, AVPR: Aliens vs Predator - Requiem, Christmas with the Kranks, Minority Report, Pearl Harbor|
|TV Shows||Fanboy & Chum Chum, The Joe Schmo Show, Unsupervised, How to Be a Gentleman, Jake in Progress, The Mullets, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Mission Control|
|1||[on his busy work schedule] I'm like a decathlete without the body.|
|1||Welcomed 2nd child - a boy - with wife Emily Deschanel in June 2015.|
|2||Los Angeles, California [November 2005]|
|3||Son, Henry Hornsby, with Emily Deschanel, was born on September 21, 2011.|
|4||David and Emily Deschanel are expecting their first child [March 31, 2011].|
|5||Son-in-law of Caleb Deschanel and Mary Jo Deschanel.|
|6||Brother-in-law of Zooey Deschanel.|
|7||Attended Carnegie Mellon University's School of Drama, graduating in 1998.|
|8||Related to singer-songwriter Bruce Hornsby.|
|New Girl||2016||TV Series||Ed Warner|
|Sanjay and Craig||2013-2015||TV Series||Tyson / Radley / Edwardo / ...|
|Fanboy & Chum Chum||2009-2014||TV Series||Fanboy / Fannihilator / Goat / ...|
|The Goldbergs||2014||TV Series||Kyle|
|Hello Ladies||2013||TV Series||Andy|
|Bones||2013||TV Series||Father Harrow|
|Ben and Kate||2013||TV Series||Matt Swan|
|How to Be a Gentleman||2011-2012||TV Series||Andrew Carlson|
|Boldly Going Nowhere||2009||TV Movie||Lt. Lance Brigsby|
|Dirt||2008||TV Series||Harold Beckman|
|Pretty Bird||2008||Kenny Owenby|
|Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem||2007||Drew|
|Random! Cartoons||2007||TV Series||Fanboy / Kid #2|
|The Other Mall||2006||TV Movie||Derrick Wellman|
|Flags of Our Fathers||2006||Louis Lowery|
|The Unit||2006||TV Series||Ricky|
|The West Wing||2006||TV Series||Fred|
|The X's||2006||TV Series||Brandon|
|Jake in Progress||2005-2006||TV Series||Ken / Kenny|
|Center of the Universe||2004-2005||TV Series||Victor|
|Christmas with the Kranks||2004||Randy Becker|
|Straight Eye: The Movie||2004||Short||Daryl|
|The Mullets||2003-2004||TV Series||Denny Mullet|
|Six Feet Under||2003||TV Series||Patrick|
|Family Affair||2002||TV Series||Handyman|
|Presidio Med||2002||TV Series||Daniel Folmsbee|
|Minority Report||2002||Pre-Crime Public Service Announcer|
|Area 52||2001||TV Movie||Spanish Soap Star|
|Pearl Harbor||2001||Flyer with Murmur|
|It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia||TV Series executive producer - 30 episodes, 2011 - 2016 co-executive producer - 25 episodes, 2009 - 2010 supervising producer - 13 episodes, 2008|
|Mission Control||2014||TV Movie executive producer|
|How to Be a Gentleman||2011-2012||TV Series executive producer - 9 episodes|
|Unsupervised||2012||TV Series executive producer - 10 episodes|
|The Other Mall||2006||TV Movie executive producer|
|It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia||TV Series 1 episode, 2009 written by - 25 episodes, 2006 - 2016 teleplay - 1 episode, 2007|
|Mission Control||2014||TV Movie|
|Unsupervised||TV Series creator - 13 episodes, 2012 written by - 11 episodes, 2012|
|How to Be a Gentleman||TV Series creator - 9 episodes, 2011 - 2012 written by - 3 episodes, 2011 - 2012|
|It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 3: Meet the McPoyles||2008||Video short writer|
|The Other Mall||2006||TV Movie|
|It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia||2007||TV Series story editor - 15 episodes|
|Unsupervised||2012||TV Series character designer - 9 episodes|
|The Other Mall||2006||TV Movie|
|Comic-Con 2010 Live||2010||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|WWE Raw||2003||TV Series||Denny Mullet|
|The Jamie Kennedy Experiment||2002||TV Series||Jonathan / Barton Gelding / David|
|20 to 1||2006||TV Series documentary||Steve 'The Hutch' Hutchinson|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia