David Gibson made his professional stage debut at the age of eighteen with the New Jersey Shakespeare Festival playing Jim Hawkins in Treasure Island. Several years later, he graduated from Boston University's Conservatory Theater program, moved to New York City and began finding immediate success in TV and radio commercials. From 1977 to about 2010, he was employed as a national spokesman and voiceover announcer proclaiming the supposed "miracles" of  everything  from  Alphabits  to  Wonderbra's in

hundreds of TV and radio advertisements, as well as being the promo-voice for various programs on the ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, HBO and Showtime television networks. After raising two children from a voiceover career and sending them off to college, David returned to the world of legit acting. In the last several years, he has appeared in over fifty films and episodic TV programs.