David Giardina is a filmmaker, singer and model originally from Connecticut and now living in Manhattan, NYC. He began making films when he was 12. The same year David began acting with such companies as Oddfellows Playhouse, Company 1 and the Alliance Theater. He later graduated from Hofstra University with a major in theater. In nyc David pursued his professional acting career appearing on stage, film and tv including "As the World Turns", "New York's Most Wanted" "Commander USA" and After School specials for ABC and CBS. Giardina was the assistant director on the feature "Messenger" and co-wrote and directed the feature "House of Monster" - an homage to the classic movie monsters. David wrote/directed and produced the feature "Taffy Was Born" which won several film festival awards including Best Director and Audience Choice for Best Feature. Last year his short film "Through The Woods" was chosen to screen at the Big Apple Film Festival and the NoHu Film Festival.
David is also a crooner of classic American pop songs. He has performed as a soloist with various orchestras including the Robert Lawrence Orchestra, the Todd Sullivan Orchestra and pianists including Mark York, Mark Janus and Paul Bisaccia. Venues have included the world famous Rainbow Room, the Algonquin Hotel and command performances at the United Nations. For more information or to book David please visit here: www.davidgiardina.com