David Costabile Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
David Costabile Net Worth $15 Million
David Costabile net worth: David Costabile is an American celebrity that has a net worth of $1.5 million. David Costabile was born in Washington, D.C. in 1967. The graduating from New York University’s MFA program in acting. He’s appeared on Broadway in productions of Translations, Titanic, and The Tempest. In 2008 he starred as Managing Editor Thomas Klebanow to the television series The Wire. From 2007 to 2009 he starred as Doug about the TV series Flight of the Conchords. Costabile had a recurring character in the show Damages from 2007 to 2010. Since 2012 he’s had a recurring part as Daniel Hardman about the TV series Suits. In 2013 he was nominated for A Web-Based Film & Television Award for Lincoln.
5' 9" (1.75 m)
Actor, Soundtrack, Writer
Gonzaga College High School, Tufts University, New York University
13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, Runner, Runner, Somewhere Slow, Side Effects, Lincoln, Henry's Crime, The Bounty Hunter, Solitary Man, Notorious, Afterschool, Prime, Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Isn't She Great
Born David Michael Costabile in Washington, D.C. He is the son of Mary and Salvatore Costabile.
Helped to create The New Bozena for the stage with Rainn Wilson (The Office (2005)), who he has been close friends with for many years.
Is an avid poker player.
Has a graduate degree from NYU where he also teaches.
Is a classically-trained singer.
Graduated Gonzaga College High School, Class of 1985.
His paternal grandparents were Italian. His mother is of three quarters Irish and one quarter German descent.
Soft , Gentle Voice
[discussing singing "Crapa Pelada" on Breaking Bad and his character, Gale Boetticher] The lyrics [of this song] are insane," says Costabile, whose Italian heritage and basic "restaurant Italian" helped seal the accent. The jazzy, scatty "Crapa," because of its demonically fast tempo, is also a bit of a tongue-twister. The lyrics tell a desperate story: "Crapa Pelada made an omelet and didn't give any to his brothers, oh-oh-oh." Ditto his brothers not sharing their omelet with Crapa. And there you have it. There was something so clear about how the song -- perfectly out-of-the-loop idiosyncratic -- fit that character, so it was very clear how it would go down," says Costabile, who shies away from calling his character prissy. "Gale is 'particular' about many things in the world and has varied tastes," he says, noting that Gale's apartment contains a pair of skis, a surf board and even a picture of him on Mt. Everest. "The physical world was fascinating to him and he wasn't going to be boxed in by anyone." Gale's singing "Crapa" pretty much nails that assessment.