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ACTOR
David Dean Bottrell
Name David Dean Bottrell
Birth Place Kentucky
Years Active 1990-present

David Dean Bottrell (sometimes credited as David Bottrell) is an American actor, comedian, writer, and director.

BiographyEdit

To be added

On Criminal MindsEdit

Bottrell portrayed homegrown terrorist Chad Brown in Amplification.

FilmographyEdit

  • Fist (2014) as Dr. Avery (short)
  • Bones (2014) as Tripp Warshaw
  • American Koko (2014) as Sparrow
  • Hairapy (2014) as Kevin Q (4 episodes)
  • Mad Men (2013) as Preacher
  • Save Me (2013) as Brian
  • Justified (2013) as Alvin
  • The Strangely Normal (2012) as Prissy Dad (short)
  • The Watcher (2012) as Dr. Kramon
  • NCIS (2012) as Assistant Director of Operations Donald Linder
  • Holly's Holiday (2012) as Maitre D'
  • True Blood (2012) as Professor Kannell
  • Harry's Law (2011) as Pastor Darcy
  • Days of Our Lives (2011) as Al (6 episodes)
  • For Christ's Sake (2010) as Sam
  • Castle (2010) as Byron H. Singer
  • Bad Kitty (2010) as Man (short)
  • iCarly (2010) as Bob
  • Criminal Minds - Amplification (2009) TV episode - Chad Brown
  • Women's Murder Club (2007) as Oliver Duprix
  • Ugly Betty (2007) as Lawyer
  • Boston Legal (2006) as Lincoln Meyer (8 episodes)
  • Titus (2000) as Bobby (credited as David Bottrell)
  • Mad About You (1998) as Animal Handler
  • Dharma & Greg (1998) as Patron (credited as David Botrell)
  • Caroline in the City (1997) as Customer #2 (credited as David Bottrell)
  • Space: Above and Beyond (1996) as Monitor #2
  • JAG (1995) as McKissick
  • And the Band Played On (1993) as Man #3
  • Head of the Class (1990) as Chip

WRITEREdit

  • Everybody's Gay (2011) (short)
  • Available Men (2006) (short)
  • Kingdom Come (2001)

DIRECTOREdit

  • Available Men (2006) (short)

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