David Smilow is a writer/actor who lives in upstate New York.  His professional writing career began in 1975, and he has been generating scripts for film, the stage and television ever since.  His TV work – specifically in daytime drama, where he served as a staff writer on One Life to Live, Guiding Light and As the World Turns - has garnered two Emmys and three Writers Guild Awards, while his short plays have received productions literally across the globe.  Most recent project: a prospective comedy series for television. As an actor, David’s appeared in New York productions ranging from Don DeLillo’s Valparaiso to Arthur Miller’s The Price.  Regional theater productions include, among others, Copenhagen, Tartuffe, The Tavern, Bill W. and Dr. Bob.  He is currently appearing in a production of Uncle Vanya in Woodstock, NY.