David Pittu
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Actor, a writer, and director David Pittu, also known as David Jonathan Pittu, is American. David Pittu has a net worth of $1.5 million as of 2022.

David Pittu has made numerous film and television appearances. In the television series “House of Cards” and the movie “True Story,” he played “Dr. Saxon” and “Marcus Lickerman,” respectively.

He has performed in numerous plays and musicals as a theatrical artist and has received two “Tony Award” nominations. He is renowned for his flawless narration of challenging audiobooks, including “The Goldfinch,” for which he received two “Audie” Awards.

Bio, And Education

David Pittu, who was born on April 4, 1967, will be 55 years old in 2022. In Fairfield, Connecticut, he was born and reared in an upper middle-class household. He is Christian and belongs to the American nationality.

He attended a local, private school in his town for his elementary schooling. After that, he enrolled himself at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, where he earned his degree in 1989.

He entered the NFAA’s Art Recognition Talent Search in Drama while still in high school and made the finals because he had desired to work in the entertainment industry since he was a teenager.

Name David Pittu
Full Name David Jonathan Pittu
Net Worth $1.5 Million
Date of Birth 4 April 1967
Age 55 Years Old
Birth Place Fairfield, Connecticut, United States
Currently, Live In Fairfield
Profession Actor, Writer, and Director
Debut Film: Submission (2017)
TV Series: Uncoupled (2022)
Years Active 1995 – Present
Famous Role Marcus Lickermann in TV Series True Story (2015)
Nationality American
Religion Christian
Hometown Fairfield, Connecticut
Zodiac Sign Aries
School/High School Local Private School in Fairfield, Connecticut, United States
College/University New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, United States
Education Qualification Graduate

Relationship Status, And Family

James T. Pittu and Margaret Dimitrescu are David Pittu’s parents. James T. Pittu, who served as a soldier in World War II, was David Pittu’s father.

Margaret Dumitrescu, who worked as a homemaker, was David Pittu’s mother.

He is an only child. David Pittu is his parents’ only child.

David Pittu doesn’t currently have a spouse. He is not in a relationship or engaged. Concerning any of his prior relationships, there is no proof.

Father Name James T. Pittu
Mother Name Margaret Dumitrescu
Brother Name
Sister Name
Marital Status Unmarried

Body Structure

David Pittu is a youthful, attractive, intelligent, and dashing man with a charming and dashing demeanor. He has a muscular rhomboid body type, an excellent set of physical measurements, and a robust, appealing physique.

He stands approximately 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighs 67 kilograms. His eyes are a stunning and hypnotic scorching brown hue, and he has short, fashionable dark brown hair.

Height (Approx) in centimeters: 179 cm
in meters: 1.79 m
in feet inches: 5’ 9”
Weight (Approx) in kilograms: 67 kg
in pounds: 147 lbs
Eye Colour Brown
Hair Colour Dark Brown


After completing his formal schooling, David Pittu began his career. He has written and starred in the musical play “What’s That Smell” and appeared in the comedy-drama “Is He Dead.” In 2017, he will be acting in “Submission.”

He has appeared in “National Tour of Jason Robert Brown’s Parade” and “LoveMusik,” a musical production in which he played “Bertolt Brecht.” He also performed in “Thee I Sing,” “Bells Are Ringing,” and “It’s a Bird.. It’s a Plane.. It’s a Superman” staged concert productions by Encores! In addition to these, he has appeared in several plays and musicals.

The Knick, Made in Jersey, Halston, The Plot Against America, Damages, The Good Wife, House of Cards, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, True Story, King Kong, Men in Black 3, and many more are just a few of his well-known television and film productions.

David Pittu is also a voice actor for audiobooks. The audio versions of books including “The Goldfinch,” “The Marriage Plot,” and “An American Spy” were read by him.