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David Winters Net Worth is
$1.1 Million

Mini Biography

As a kid and teen, David Winters acted in lots of tv shows and Broadway productions, like the initial line-up from the stage creation from the music “West Side Tale”, using the function of Baby John. In 1961, he appeared as A-Rab in the movie version of West Aspect Tale (1961), recreating the “Great” dance series, that was choreographed for him. With Carole D’Andrea, Jay Norman, Tommy Abbott, William Bramley and Tony Mordente, these were the just members of the initial Broadway Musical to become cast in the film. West Side Tale (1961) was the best grossing FILM that season and continued to gain 10 Academy Honours, including Ideal Picture. The feature set up David as a star. He begun to discharge music and acquired steady work performing. In 1964, he got a huge break being a Dance Choreographer for the Musical Film Viva NEVADA (1964), starring Elvis Presley and Ann-Margret. It became a significant hit, and several believe that it is the very best Elvis Presley film ever made. After these successes, he became perhaps one of the most sought-after Dance Choreographers. He was noticed regularly along with his dance troupe in main TV shows such as for example Shindig! (1964) and Hullabaloo (1965). To his job application, he added three even more Elvis Presley movies (Female Happy (1965), Tickle Me (1965), Easy Arrive, Easy Move (1967)), four movies with Ann-Margret (Kitten using a Whip (1964), Bus Riley’s Back Town (1965), Manufactured in Paris (1966), The Swinger (1966)), The T.A.M.We. Show (1964), and so many more tasks for film and tv. In 1967, he received what he has called his biggest honor, his Emmy nomination for the choreography of it Film Movin’ with Nancy (1967). This is the first-ever Emmy nomination to a choreographer in the category “Particular Classification of Person Accomplishments”. His nomination resulted in the creation from the Emmy’s “Exceptional Accomplishment in Choreography” honor, that he was nominated in 1970. It had been also in 1967 that David started to direct. His 1st assignments were for just two episodes from the strike display The Monkees (1966). Soon after he began generating, directing, and performing the choreography for star-studded Television Specials. Included in these are The Ann-Margret Display (1968), Ann-Margret: From Hollywood with Like (1969) (that he received his second Emmy nomination for dance choreography), Raquel! (1970), Once Upon a Steering wheel (1971), The Unique London Bridge Unique (1972), Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1973) (nominated for three Emmys), and Timex All-Star Golf swing Festival (1972) (which won the Peabody Honor and a Christopher Honor for David as its maker). David started to make and directing feature movies in 1975. His 1st work was the concert film Alice Cooper: Welcome to My Headache (1975). This got rave testimonials and is currently regarded as perhaps one of the most innovative rock shows available. Soon after he was hired to choreograph A Star EXISTS (1976), starring Barbra Streisand. It continued to earn the Academy Prize for best tune aswell as three various other nominations. In 1982 he produced, directed, wrote, and co-starred within the last Horror Film (1982), which he filmed guerrilla-style without permits through the Cannes Film Festival, and which continued to win many awards, like the Paris Film Festival Award, the LA Golden Scroll Award, as well as the Sitges Film Festival Award. In 1986, he produced the initial film about skateboarding Thrashin’ (1986), starring Academy Award Champion Josh Brolin, Sherilyn Fenn, and Chuck McCann. The film is significant for using in it’s soundtrack music with the Crimson Scorching Chili Peppers (who enjoy a occur the film), Great Young Cannibals, as well as the Bangles before their rise to popularity. Still today the film includes a big cult pursuing. The entire year after, he opened his own production company “Action International Photos” later on renamed “West Part Studios” which independently produced and distributed more than a 100 movies until the middle 1990’s. In the 2000’s, he directed Welcome 2 Ibiza (2003) which received the Bangkok Film Festival Audience Award. He also created the historic epic The Ruler Manufacturer (2005) which received numerous awards, and had a large theatrical launch in Asia. It had been distributed for House Video by Sony in america, and by Common far away. It was bought from thirty-six countries, rendering it the most effective Thai Film available. Lately, in 2015, David released his most recent strike film, Dancin’: It’s About! (2015) where he reconnected along with his unique passion for dance. The film celebrities winners and runner-ups from the successful Television shows So You Believe YOU ARE ABLE TO Dance (2005) and Dance with the Celebrities (2005). The film received the Wide Display Film Event for best movie director, greatest editor, and greatest score. It experienced a 90 days theatrical operate and, in Dvd and blu-ray and Blu-ray, was delivered in platinum amounts twice to main outlets through the entire USA.

Known for movies



#Fact
1He is noted to be the first dance choreographer to be nominated in the history of the Emmys in the "Special Classification of Individual Achievements" category, before the "Outstanding Achievement in Choreography" category was created.
2Is the only American Actor to appear in the Sundance Film Festival Award winning film Teddy Bear (2012).
3Father of the Actor, Stuntman, and Model, Alexander Winters.
4David with Carole D'Andrea, Jay Norman, Tommy Abbott, William Bramley and Tony Mordente are the only actors in West Side Story, to have been cast in both the Original Broadway Show and the Motion Picture.
5David was the lead singer in a singing group with Paul Simon starting in 1957. He and Paul used to write songs together when David was in the Broadway show of West Side Story. The group was called "David Winters and the West Siders". Their records are still for sale on the Internet today under the name of "David Winters". They are circa 1961/1962.
6Known to have an attentive ear when it comes to choosing music in his films. In the film Thrashin' (1986), he used music by the Red Hot Chili Peppers (who play a set in the film), Fine Young Cannibals, and The Bangles all before their rise to fame. In his film The Last Horror Film (1982) he used a song by Depeche Mode for the opening credits, after hearing one of their early demos.
7David started his career in show business at the age of 13, acting and dancing in Broadway Plays, various NYC originated TV Series, and Movies.
8Had an eclectic career in show business as a producer, director, dance choreographer, and actor.
9Friend of Barbra Streisand, Elvis Presley, Ann-Margret, Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, Paul Newman, David Carradine, Cameron Mitchell, Robert Ginty, David A. Prior, Joe Spinell, Caroline Munro, Robert Davi, Gary Daniels, Kirk Douglas, Jerome Robbins, Robert Wise, George Chakiris, Rita Moreno, Frank Stallone, Russ Tamblyn, Natalie Wood, Christopher Plummer, Martin Landau, Burgess Meredith, John Wayne, Nancy Sinatra, Charlton Heston, Bob Hope, Alice Cooper, Tom Jones, Lucille Ball, and many more.

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dancin': It's On!2015producer
The King Maker2005producer
Devil's Harvest2003executive producer
Welcome 2 Ibiza2003producer
Rhythm & Blues2000executive producer
Fight and Revenge1997producer
Body Count1995producer
The Dangerous1995producer
Raw Justice1994executive producer / producer
Night Trap1993executive producer
Double Threat1993executive producer
Blood on the Badge1992executive producer
Armed for Action1992executive producer
Center of the Web1992executive producer
Cop-Out1991executive producer
Dark Rider1991executive producer
Maximum Breakout1991executive producer
The Last Ride1991executive producer
Presumed Guilty1991executive producer
Raw Nerve1991executive producer
Deadly Dancer1991executive producer
Firehead1991executive producer
The Bounty Hunter1990executive producer
Lock 'n' Load1990executive producer
White Fury1990executive producer
The Final Sanction1990executive producer
That's Action1990Video documentary executive producer
Invasion Force1990executive producer
Fatal Skies1990Video co-producer
Future Zone1990executive producer
The Lost Platoon1990executive producer
Shooters1989executive producer
Future Force1989executive producer
Born Killer1989executive producer
Time Burst: The Final Alliance1989executive producer
Rapid Fire1989executive producer
Deadly Reactor1989executive producer
The Revenger1989executive producer - uncredited
Jungle Assault1989executive producer
Order of the Eagle1989executive producer
Rage to Kill1988producer
Dead End City1988executive producer
Hell on the Battleground1988executive producer
Space Mutiny1988producer
Operation Warzone1988executive producer
Phoenix the Warrior1988executive producer
Death Chase1988executive producer
Night Wars1988executive producer
Code Name Vengeance1987producer
Deadly Prey1987executive producer
Mankillers1987executive producer
Killer Workout1987executive producer
Mission Kill1986producer
The Last Horror Film1982producer
Yoga Moves1982Video documentary producer
Racquet1979producer
Young Lady Chatterley1977producer
The Lisa Hartman Show1976TV Movie producer
Once Upon a Girl....1976executive producer
Alice Cooper: Welcome to My Nightmare1975producer
Linda Lovelace for President1975producer
Old Faithful1973TV Movie producer
Saga of Sonora1973TV Movie producer
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde1973TV Movie executive producer
Timex All-Star Swing Festival1972TV Special executive producer
Half the George Kirby Comedy Hour1972TV Series executive producer
The Special London Bridge Special1972TV Movie producer
Story Theatre1971TV Series producer
Rollin' on the River1971TV Series producer
The 5th Dimension Traveling Sunshine Show1971TV Movie executive producer
Once Upon a Wheel1971Documentary producer
Sonny & Cher: Nitty Gritty Hour1970TV Special producer
The George Kirby Show1970TV Movie executive producer
The Barbara McNair Show1970TV Series executive producer - 1 episode
The Darin Invasion1970TV Movie executive producer
Raquel!1970TV Movie executive producer
The Leslie Uggams Show1969TV Series producer
The Spring Thing1969TV Movie producer
The Ann-Margret Show1968TV Special producer
Lucy in London1966TV Movie co-producer

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Blame It on the Night1984choreographer
Diana1981TV Special choreographer / creative consultant
The Big Show1980TV Series choreographer
Roller Boogie1979choreographer - uncredited
The Star Wars Holiday Special1978TV Movie choreographer
The Island of Dr. Moreau1977creative consultant
Donny and MarieTV Series choreographer - 22 episodes, 1976 - 1977 musical production consultant - 1 episode, 1976
A Star Is Born1976choreographer
Alice Cooper: Welcome to My Nightmare1975choreographer
Alice Cooper: The Nightmare1975TV Movie choreographer
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde1973TV Movie conceived by
The Special London Bridge Special1972TV Movie choreographer
Raquel!1970TV Movie choreographer
Ann-Margret: From Hollywood with Love1969TV Special choreographer
The Spring Thing1969TV Movie choreographer
Monte Carlo: C'est La Rose1968TV Special documentary choreographer
The Steve Allen Comedy Hour1967TV Series choreographer
Movin' with Nancy1967TV Special choreographer
The Swinger1966choreographer
Lucy in London1966TV Movie choreographer
The Hollywood Palace1966TV Series choreographer - 1 episode
Hullabaloo1965-1966TV Series choreographer - 3 episodes
Made in Paris1966choreographer
T.J.'s1966TV Special choreographer
Billie1965choreographer
Tickle Me1965choreographer
Girl Happy1965choreographer - uncredited
Bus Riley's Back in Town1965choreographer
The T.A.M.I. Show1964Documentary choreographer
Pajama Party1964choreographer
Kitten with a Whip1964choreographer
Shindig!1964TV Series choreographer - 4 episodes
Send Me No Flowers1964choreographer
Breaking Point1964TV Series choreographer - 1 episode
Viva Las Vegas1964choreographer
The Ed Sullivan Show1948TV Series choreographer

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dancin': It's On!2015Hal Sanders
Dragonwolf2013Brutus
Teddy Bear2012/IScott
Hanuman klook foon2008Stephan
Blackbeard2006TV Mini-SeriesSilas Bridges
Welcome 2 Ibiza2003Uncle Sam
The Last Horror Film1982Stanley Kline
Love on a Rooftop1967TV SeriesAugie
Out of the Unknown1966TV Series
The Crazy-Quilt1966
Burke's Law1965TV SeriesSpecial Agent James Martin
The New Interns1964Hood
Breaking Point1964TV SeriesFrank Boyd
Death at the Stock Car Races1964TV MovieRalphie Linden
Suspense1964TV SeriesRalphie Linden
Captain Newman, M.D.1963Patient (uncredited)
Perry Mason1963TV SeriesChick Montana
Take Her, She's Mine1963Lester (uncredited)
The Greatest Show on Earth1963TV SeriesTig
Stoney Burke1963TV SeriesLip
The Dick Powell Theatre1961-1963TV SeriesChino Inmate / Richie
Going My Way1963TV SeriesCharlie
77 Sunset Strip1961-1962TV SeriesJimmy Pope / Speed Minton
Bus Stop1961TV SeriesOmar Kelsey
The Detectives1961TV SeriesBilly Joe Temple
West Side Story1961A-rab
The Law and Mr. Jones1961TV SeriesShadow
The Last Angry Man1959Lee Roy (uncredited)
Naked City1958TV SeriesMarty Nemo
Rock Rock Rock!1956Melville
The Elgin Hour1955TV SeriesGlasses
Roogie's Bump1954Andy
The United States Steel Hour1954TV Series
The Web1953TV Series
Atom Squad1953TV SeriesCharles West
Mister Peepers1953TV SeriesWalter Murdock
Jimmy Hughes, Rookie Cop1953TV SeriesHenry Benaris
Lux Video Theatre1953TV SeriesStu Morgan
The Plymouth Playhouse1953TV Series
The Red Buttons Show1952TV SeriesRed's nephew
The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse1952TV Series
Campbell Summer Soundstage1952TV SeriesHerman
Love of Life1951TV SeriesSpike
Studio One in Hollywood1950TV SeriesTom Boyne
The Big Story1949TV SeriesBobby Dagoras

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dancin': It's On!2015
Welcome 2 Ibiza2003
Fight and Revenge1997
Rage to Kill1988
Space Mutiny1988
Code Name Vengeance1987
Thrashin'1986
Mission Kill1986
Girls of Rock & Roll1985Video
That Was Rock1984Video
Steadfast Tin Soldier1984TV Movie
The Last Horror Film1982
Racquet1979
Alice Cooper: Welcome to My Nightmare1975
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde1973TV Movie
The Special London Bridge Special1972TV Movie
Once Upon a Wheel1971Documentary
Raquel!1970TV Movie
Ann-Margret: From Hollywood with Love1969TV Special
The Ann-Margret Show1968TV Special
Where the Girls Are1968TV Movie
The Monkees1967-1968TV Series 2 episodes

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dancin': It's On!2015written by
Rage to Kill1988writer
Mission Kill1986
The Last Horror Film1982written by
Racquet1979story - uncredited

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Curb Your Enthusiasm2009TV Series performer - 1 episode
Hullabaloo1965TV Series performer - 1 episode
West Side Story1961performer: "Gee, Officer Krupke!" 1957 - uncredited

Music Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Roller Boogie1979stager: musical numbers
Easy Come, Easy Go1967stager: musical numbers

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Fluffer2001special thanks

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
That's Dancing!1985Documentary'West Side Story' dancer
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1970TV SeriesHimself
Monte Carlo: C'est La Rose1968TV Special documentaryDavid Winters
Movin' with Nancy1967TV SpecialHimself
Hullabaloo1965TV SeriesHimself - Performer
The T.A.M.I. Show1964DocumentaryHimself - Choreographer (uncredited)
Texaco Star Theatre1952TV SeriesHimself - Child Actor

Won Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
2002Audience AwardBangkok Film FestivalWelcome 2 Ibiza (2003)
1993Gold AwardWorldFest HoustonFantasy/HorrorNight Trap (1993)
1993Bronze AwardWorldFest CharlestonTheatrical Feature Film - DramaticRaw Justice (1994)
1972Christopher AwardChristopher AwardsTV SpecialTimex All-Star Swing Festival (1972)

Nominated Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
1970Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Achievement in ChoreographyAnn-Margret: From Hollywood with Love (1969)
1968Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsSpecial Classification of Individual AchievementsMovin' with Nancy (1967)

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