David Fury

David Fury

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Birthday: Mar 5, 1959

Birthplace: New York, New York, USA

Most stand-up comics who graduate to success on the small screen typically wind up starring in a show that is designed to showcase their particular comedic perspective. But in the case of the New York City Brain Trust comedy troupe founder David Fury, he has managed to carve out an impressive career as a writer-producer of hit TV shows that have absolutely no connection to the funny bone. He first cut his teeth as a writer-producer on a pair of Joss Whedon shows: the sci-fi fantasy that follows a teenage girl bravely battling the forces of darkness in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Angel," a spin-off of "Buffy" primarily focused on the vampire Angel and his new life in Los Angeles. But it was his contributions in this capacity to the inaugural 2004-2005 season of the ABC-TV labyrinth "Lost" that brought him his finest hour of individual distinction, leading to a Writers Guild Award. From there, he quickly moved on to another masterpiece of serialized paranoia, "24," starring Kiefer Sutherland. Given Fury's pedigree and the fact that his wife, Elin Hampton, was a producer on the NBC-TV smash sitcom "Mad About You," a domestic romantic comedy about a married couple living in New York City, it would not be surprising if one or more of their three children eventually follow in the family's scintillating TV writer-producer footsteps.



No Score Yet 77% Chance Pizza Delivery Man (Character) - 2002


95% 94% The Tick Executive Producer 2019
No Score Yet 76% Magnum P.I. Writer 2018-2019
60% 79% Tyrant Writer,
87% 87% 24 Executive Producer,
2006-2007 2009-2010 2014
No Score Yet 94% Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog Newsman (Guest Star) 2008
88% 91% Lost Writer 2004-2005
No Score Yet 90% Angel Director,
1999 2001-2004
83% 92% Buffy the Vampire Slayer Mustard Man (Guest Star),
Executive Producer,