Talented, diminutive (3'1"), and engaging "little person" actor David Steinberg was born in 1964. David first started acting in college stage productions and received his professional training in the theater. Best known for his fine and appealing performance as Warwick Davis's loyal friend Meegosh in the enjoyable epic fantasy adventure "Willow," Steinberg's other film credits include "Love & Sex," "The Hebrew Hammer," "Agent One-Half," and "Transylmania." David made guest appearances on episodes of the TV series "Are You Afraid of the Dark?," "Charmed," "Ugly Betty," and "Zooey 101." Moreover, Steinberg acted in theatrical productions for the New York Shakespeare Festival, Baltimore's Central Stage, and the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis. He portrayed the lead elf in a performance of the Radio City Music Hall's Christmas Spectacular. David not only was featured in Baz Luhrmann's production of "La Boheme" in both New York and Los Angeles, but also acted in a Grammy Award-nominated national tour of "The Wizard of Oz." Steinberg moved to Valencia, California in 2004. David died at the tragically young age of 45 on March 15, 2010.
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