David Coburn stars as Rick Evers, the Re-Action News assignment editor, in Live Shot, the new, fast-paced ensemble drama series from RYSHER Entertainment for broadcast on UPN.
When he is not making appearances in series television and film, Coburn puts his voice to work as television's animated environmental superhero Captain Planet.
He has been seen on-screen as a series regular in the syndicated comedy Harry and the Hendersons, which was based on the hit feature film of the same name. As a child actor, he had recurring roles on One Day at a Time, Growing Pains and Diff'rent Strokes, and has more recently guest starred on such series as Martin, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Star Trek: The Next Generation, thirtysomething, 21 Jump Street and Who's the Boss?, to name just a few. He was also featured in a number of pilots.
On the big screen, Coburn has been directed by Oliver Stone in "The Doors" and Renny Harlin in "Born American." He was also featured opposite Jeff Bridges in "The Fabulous Baker Boys," and made his big screen debut in "The Jazz Singer."
He performed on stage while a student at UCLA, and with the Actors Stable Repertory in original productions of Ray Bradbury's "Kaleidoscope," and "Medicine for Melancholy" and J.P. Shanley's "An Italian American Reconciliation."
He was born on Halloween in Los Angeles, California.
Live Shot is produced by RYSHER Entertainment for broadcast on UPN.
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