David Alpay

David Alpay (born October 6, 1980) is a Canadian actor, musician and producer, known for playing Mark Smeaton in The Tudors.

David Alpay
Born (1980-10-06) October 6, 1980 (age 39)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
NationalityCanadian
CitizenshipCanadian
Alma materUniversity of Toronto
OccupationActor, musician and producer
Years active2002–present

Early lifeEdit

Alpay was born in Toronto, Ontario, and prior to his first film role, he was studying at the University of Toronto

CareerEdit

Alpay played the character Danny in the political comedy Man of the Year, starring Robin Williams.

FilmographyEdit

TelevisionEdit

Year Series Role Episodes
2004 Wild Card Jack Episode 1
2005 Kevin Hill Donnelly Episode 1
Slings and Arrows Patrick Episode 5
2007 Billable Hours Roderick Stelmakie Episode 10
2008 The Tudors Mark Smeaton Season 2
2009 Dollhouse Seth Episode 1
2011 Flashpoint Xavier Dodd Episode 17
Fairly Legal Eric Episode 9
2012 The Borgias Calvino Season 2
2012-2013 The Vampire Diaries Professor Atticus Shane Season 4
2013 Royal Pains Conductor Season 5
Perception Dario Donati Season 2, Episode 6: "Defective"
Drop Dead Diva Frank Season 5, Episode 10: "The Kiss"
2014 The Lottery James Lynch Season 1
Motive Ian Weaver Season 2
2015–2016 Quantico Duncan Howell Season 1
2016 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Chad Miller Episode: "Heightened Emotions"
2018 Suits David Fox (3) episodes
2018 Impulse Daniel Episode 3
2019 Castle Rock (TV series) Augustin Season 2, Episode 7

FilmEdit

Year Film Role Notes
2002 Ararat Raffi Theatrical film
2005 Whiskey Echo Dr. Carlo Scanchelli Television film
Sabah Mustafa Theatrical film
Anniversary Present Lonnie Dobbs Television film
Martha Behind Bars Douglas Faneuil Television film (CBS)
Burnt Toast Bill Television film
Category 7: The End of the World Billy Chamber Television film (CBS)
2006 Man of the Year Danny Theatrical film
2007 All Hat Paulie Stanton Theatrical film
Closing the Ring Chuck Theatrical film
2008 Inconceivable Mark Theatrical film
2009 Ten for Grandpa Narrator Television short
Unstable Woody Monroe Television film (Lifetime Movies)
2015 Ice Sculpture Christmas David Television film (Hallmark)
2016 They're Watching Greg Abernathy Theatrical film
Sleigh Bells Ring Alex McCord Television film (Hallmark)
2017 Prodigals Wesley Theatrical film (play adaptation)
The Mistletoe Inn Zeke Television film (Hallmark)
2018 Birdland Tom Kale Theatrical film

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