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Overview (2)

Born in Hartford, Connecticut, USA
Birth NameDavid Walsh Naughton

Mini Bio (1)

David Naughton made his professional debut in the New York Shakespeare Festival's production of "Hamlet" in Lincoln Center starring Sam Waterston. Was cast as the lead singer/dancer in the "Be A Pepper" Ad campaign for Dr. Pepper. Starred in John Landis's classic horror film An American Werewolf in London (1981) which won Rick Baker his first Oscar. Also starred in Michael J. Fox's film debut Midnight Madness (1980), as well as the ski comedy Hot Dog... The Movie (1983). Played opposite Pam Dawber and the late Rebecca Schaeffer in My Sister Sam (1986) on CBS. Recorded the hit disco single "Makin It" and also starred in the ABC series of the same name, Makin' It (1979).

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Spouse (3)

Seann Sara Sella (1 August 2007 - 2009) (divorced)
Deborah Dutton (6 April 1985 - ?) (divorced) (2 children)
Denise Stephens (1977 - 8 August 1984) (divorced)

Trivia (6)

1979: His disco song "Makin' It" was used in the comedy film Meatballs (1979) that same year.
Younger brother of James Naughton and brother-in-law of Pamela Parsons.
Graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts.
Uncle of Greg Naughton and Keira Naughton. Uncle-in-law of Kelli O'Hara.
Has English and Irish ancestry.
Parents are Joseph and Rosemary Naughton.

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