David Denman

David Denman currently plays Roy Anderson, fiancé of receptionist Pam Beesly's and Dunder Mifflin warehouse crew member, in the NBC comedy series "The Office."
Denman is continually cited for his stand-out performances on stage, screen, and television. In film, Denman recently co-starred in the Screen Gems remake of "When A Stranger Calls," and in the independent features "Fan Boys," starring Dan Fogler, and "If I Had Known I Was A Genius," starring Whoopi Goldberg, Sharon Stone and Pink.
His film debut was as the deaf tight end in "The Replacements," starring Keanu Reeves and Gene Hackman. Additional credits include "Out Cold," "The Singing Detective," and Tim Burton's "Big Fish," starring Ewan McGregor.
His television, credits include USA Network's movie of the week "The Perfect Husband: The Laci Peterson Story," with Dean Cain, "Without A Trace," "Bones," "Crossing Jordan," "C.S.I Miami," "The X-Files," "E.R.," "Arliss," as well as in recurring roles on the UPN series "Second Time Around," and, most notably, as "Skip" the Demon, on "Angel." Additionally, Denman has been seen in the NBC Miniseries "The 60's," produced by Lynda Obst, as well as in the TV movie "A Vow to Cherish," with Ken Howard, Barbara Babcock, and Ossie Davis.
A Southern California Native, Denman's high school classmates include "Hustle and Flow" writer/director Craig Brewer and "Munich" actor Omar Metwally. He attended the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco and received his B.F.A. from Juilliard School in New York. After years of training and numerous summer stocks, he returned to Southern California to follow his dream of working in film and television.

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