David Huffman

David Huffman

Highest Rated: 85% The Onion Field (1979)

Lowest Rated: 0% Blood Beach (1981)

Birthday: May 10, 1945

Birthplace: Not Available

David Huffman was a supporting actor and an occasional lead, onscreen from F.I.S.T. (1978). He was married to casting director Phyllis Huffman. His life was cut short in 1985, when he was murdered by a thief.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Forget Me Not Executive Producer 2009
No Score Yet Witchcraft V: Dance with the Devil Cain 1992
No Score Yet Children in the Crossfire Actor 1984
No Score Yet Agatha Christie's 'Sparkling Cyanide' Stephan Farraday 1983
No Score Yet St. Helens David Jackson 1983
No Score Yet Jane Doe Actor 1983
No Score Yet Last Plane Out Jim Conley 1983
38% Firefox Captain Buckholz 1982
0% Blood Beach Harry Caulder 1981
85% The Onion Field District Attorney Phil 1979
No Score Yet The Winds Of Kitty Hawk Orville Wright 1978
73% F.I.S.T. Abe Belkin 1978
44% Ice Castles Brian Dockett 1978
No Score Yet Look What's Happened to Rosemary's Baby (Rosemary's Baby II) Peter Simon 1976
No Score Yet Eleanor and Franklin Elliott Roosevelt Sr. 1976
No Score Yet The Last of the Belles Actor 1974
No Score Yet F. Scott Fitzgerald and 'The Last of the Belles' Andy McKenna 1974
No Score Yet The Gun Actor 1974


No Score Yet Newhart
No Score Yet Remington Steele
Wilson Jeffries 1983
No Score Yet Trapper John, M.D.
Barry 1983
No Score Yet Testimony of Two Men
Harald Ferrier


Karl Hattinger says: At least you're tall enough to carry it. Married life's making me feel like an avocado with feet.

Jimmy Smith says: Mr. Brooks... I believe... I think that is something that rich white guys dreamed up to keep guys like me down. I honestly don't believe there is such a thing... such a feeling. Guilty? That's just something the Man says in court when your luck runs out.

LAPD Captain says: Any man who gives up his gun to some punk is a coward. Any man who does can kiss his badge goodbye, if I can help it. You're policemen. Put your trust in God.

District Attorney Phil Halpin says: Let 'em walk. If only I could send some lawyers and judges to the gas chamber.