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David James Elliott Biography and Wiki
David James Elliott is a famous Canadian actor who appeared in the television series JAG from 1995 to 2005, the film Police Academy 3: Back in Training in 1986, and the television series Street Legal and Knots after that. In 1986, he starred as Bill Nolan in the film Police Academy 3: Back in Training, and later as Bill Nolan in the television series Street Legal and Knots Landing.
David James Elliott Education
He attended Ryerson University in Toronto, where he graduated in 1982.
David James Elliott’s Age and Birthday
How old is David? Elliott is 62 years old as of 2022. He was born David William Smith on 21 September 1960 in Milton, Canada. He celebrates his birthday every 21st of September.
David James Elliott Height
Elliott the Canadian actor stands at a height of 6′ 4″ (1.93 m) tall. ALSO READ: Gretchen Rubin
David James Elliott Family and Parents
He was born David William Smith on 21 September 1960 in Milton, Canada. Smith is the son of office manager Patricia Smith (née Farrow) and heating and plumbing wholesale contractor Arnold Smith. He was the second of three boys born.
David James Elliott Wife | Relationship| Nanci Chambers
In 1992, he married actress, Nanci Chambers. She also played the ambitious Lt. Loren Singer in JAG. Stephanie Elliott (b. 1993) and Wyatt Elliott are their children.
David James Elliott NCIS: Los Angeles
Elliott as Harmon Rabb Jr., a Naval Captain transferred from the Judge Advocate General to the USS Allegiance. Elliot reprised his role from JAG in the American action television series NCIS: Los Angeles.
David James Elliott Impulse
He was cast as Bill Boone, a local car dealer who also traffics in drugs. He is Lucas and Clay’s father and Cleo Cole’s boss in the American science fiction drama streaming television series Impulse. Impulse follows Henrietta “Henry” Coles, a 16-year-old girl who discovers she has the ability to teleport but has no control over where she goes.
David James Elliott Career
He adopted the stage name David James Elliott after discovering another actor named David Smith. In 1986, he appeared in the film Police Academy 3: Back in Training, and later in the television series Street Legal, Knots Landing, and The Untouchables as Agent Paul Robbins. The following year, Elliott landed a recurring role on Melrose Place as Terry Parsons, as well as a guest appearance on Seinfeld as “Carl,” the anti-abortion furniture mover. Elliott landed the role of naval aviator-turned-JAG lawyer Harmon Rabb, Jr. in the NBC/CBS television drama JAG in 1995, a role he would hold for ten years. His time on JAG came to an end with the series finale in 2005.
Elliott co-starred in the made-for-cable film Holiday Affair with Cynthia Gibb in 1996. This is a remake of Robert Mitchum and Janet Leigh’s 1949 classic Holiday Affair. Elliott appeared in the 2005 Canadian television film The Man Who Lost Himself, which was based on the true story of Terry Evanshen, a Canadian football player who was in a car accident and lost his memory as a result of severe head injuries. Nanci Chambers also played a doctor in this film. Elliott joined the cast of Close to Home (2005-2007) as Chief Deputy Prosecutor James Conlon in October 2006. He had a recurring role in the Canadian series The Guard in 2008. He appeared in the four-hour Sci Fi Channel miniseries Knights.
Elliott was cast as an Internet millionaire in Dan Garcia’s Terror Trap. Elliott also appeared in the 2010 film Dad’s Home as a widowed advertising executive who loses his job and becomes a stay-at-home father to his two children. Elliott took over as the male lead in the television series Scoundrels from Neal McDonough. Elliott was cast on CSI: NY in 2010 as FBI Agent Russ Josephson, a recurring role as Detective Jo Danville’s (Sela Ward) ex-husband, which he first played in January 2011. Elliott also co-starred on ABC’s comedy-drama series GCB in 2012 as Ripp Cockburn, the husband of Kristin Chenoweth’s character Carlene. Elliott played Dave Wooster in Mad Men (season in 2014. Elliott appeared as a guest star in the TV drama Scorpion in 2015.
David James Elliott’s Net Worth
James has an estimated net worth of 15 million dollars.
David James Elliott TV Shows and Movies
♦ 2020 – Spinning Out
♦ 2019 – NCIS: Los Angeles
♦ 2019 – The Kominsky Method
♦ 2018–19 – Impulse
♦ 2018 – Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey
♦ 2017 – Mom
♦ 2015 – Scorpion
♦ 2014 – Mad Men
♦ 2014 – Here’s Your Damn Family
♦ 2013 – Exploding Sun
♦ 2012 – GCB
♦ 2011 – CSI: NY
♦ 2011 – Truth Be Told
♦ 2019 – The Obituary of Tunde Johnson
♦ 2015 – Battle Scars
♦ 2015 – Trumbo
♦ 2014 – Stranded
♦ 2012 – Rufus
♦ 2010 – Confined
♦ 2010 – Terror Trap
♦ 2009 – Gooby
♦ 2008 – The Rainbow Tribe
♦ 2001 – The Shrink Is In
♦ 2000 – Stanley’s Gig
♦ 1997 – Clockwatchers
♦ 1988 – Night Friend
♦ 1987 – The Big Town
♦ 1986 – Police Academy 3: Back in Training
♦ 1986 – The Climb