David Carter was born and raised in Sacramento, California along with his loving family and four creative siblings.
After moving to Southern California, David began his associate’s degree at the Culinary Arts at The Art Institute of California: Inland Empire. During his studies he began performing with several local theatre companies.
He eventually moved to Los Angeles in December of 2010 to pursue acting professionally. While living in L.A., David worked as a production baker for Universal Studios and landed his first film role in "The Locals” a found footage indie thriller. He has been featured on TV shows such as “Not Safe” with Nikki Glaser and “Celebrity Name Game” hosted by Craig Ferguson.
He has also self-produced several projects. His short film “People Zoo” won best cinematography at The AT&T Create-a-Thon in March 2018, and was also the subject of PBS’s PSA for The Division of Adult Career and Education.
David Carter lives to create, loves to inspire, and encourages vibrational enlightenment.