Robin Williams Tribute
The top professional impersonator of Robin Williams in the U.S., David is the impersonator of choice for movies, TV, advertisements and theater.
A clone of Robin in performance, sound, look and wit, he has performed at theaters, in movies, for conferences, at trade shows, and in television shows, including co-starring on NBC’s hit sitcom Community, ABC’s Next Best Thing, CBS’s Family Feud, NBC’s Access Hollywood, and NBC’s Last Comic Standing. He has appeared in the films, Just About Famous and The Reinactors.
He received the Las Vegas Best Actor Award in 2010 and the Best Comedian Award from the Reel Awards in Las Vegas–the Academy Awards for tribute artists. He has also received the Funniest Male Award from the Sunburst Convention in Orlando. Containing adult comedy and topics, but no vulgar language or material, the Robin Williams Tribute Show contains a Robin’s Classics mixed with David’s original material to create a unique show experience, often incorporating local events and references.
David is the most frequently requested Robin Williams impersonator for Film and TV in the U. S. An expert improvisational and stand-up comedian, David sets the standard by which all comedians and masters of ceremony are measured.
David Born appeared in Texas Chainsaw 3D, playing Gavin Miller which hit number #1 at the Box Office. He also had a guest starring appearance on In Plain Site for the USA Network appearing in 2 episodes, a Guest Starring appearance on The Lying Game for ABC Family and a co-starring role on Community for NBC playing a Robin Williams Impersonator.
He recently appeared in A Woman Betrayed with Sarah Lancaster and has completed 3 other films. Having worked with renowned film director Oliver Stone in the film W. along with Josh Brolin, David is also part of the Emmy, Golden Globe and SAG award-winning cast of Temple Grandin for HBO.
David just finished filming By Way of Helena, starring Woody Harrelson and Liam Helmsorth, due out in 2015. He played Professor Shanklin, a supporting role, opposite Emmy winner Claire Danes. On TV, David had a 2 year recurring role on the critically acclaimed NBC Series, Friday Night Lights, playing Dillon School Superintendent Paul Dunley working with Emmy Nominees/Winners Connie Britton & Kyle Chandler