He has blond hair, blue eyes, Caucasian, a red jacket with white sleeves, blue pants, and sneakers.
In All Dogs Go To Heaven 2Edit
David serves as the tritagonist of the film. He is a runaway boy under the care of Sasha La Fleur until the truth about his being away from home is revealed.
In The SeriesEdit
David has a smaller role in the show.
In "An Itch In Time"Edit
David receives a voice recorder from his dad on his birthday, as Charlie and Itchy bump into it with him on the streets the following morning. However, David shows off his new gadget in school, thus receiving detention. Charlie wants to give David a great birthday. Using David's voice recorder, Charlie creates an impromptu David look-alike with the voice recorder repeatedly saying mathematical equations and sneaks him out of detention.
In "Magical Misery Tour"Edit
David is the magician... again.
In "Miss Guidance"Edit
David has a minor role. He finds Charlie in the schoolyard and his friendly female classmate Alex in despair because she is looking for her science notes. After this scene, he is no longer seen until the big test.
In "History of All Dogs"Edit
David has to write a report on dogs though he finds them boring, so, as he is tired, Charlie (with help from Itchy) makes up a story about how dogs saved the world. Although he finishes, it turns out it is Saturday, so David decided to write his own report.
- David & Anne-Marie have never seen, nor even met each other before, but they might make a perfect couple together, someday.
- Many viewers of the second movie called David a poor replacement for Anne-Marie.
- David's voice sounds different from the episode "History of All Dogs." This is because his voice actor, Adam Wylie, was going through adolescence at the time.