David Conrad is an American actor best known for playing the husband of Jennifer Love Hewitt on the television series Ghost Whisperer from 2005 to 2010. He also had recurring roles on Roswell and Boston Public.
AGE OF DAVID CONRAD
Conrad is 55 years old in 2022, he was born David Crawford Conrad on August 17, 1967, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States of America. David Conrad celebrates his birthday on August 17 every year.
DAVID CONRAD EDUCATION
He transferred from Swissvale High School to Kiski School, an all-boys preparatory school in Saltsburg, Pennsylvania, on a scholarship in the early 1980s. In 1985, he graduated from Kiski School. He studied history at Brown University and began acting while there. In 1990 he left Brown and worked as a carpenter, barista, and house painter.
DAVID CONRAD FAMILY
David was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is the youngest of three boys. David is the son of James Watson Conrad, engineer, and Margaret Clement Conrad, a librarian. His great-grandfather Frank Conrad was an electrical engineer.
He is the great-nephew of Martin Withington Clement, who was president of the Pennsylvania Railroad from 1935-1948, and great-nephew of Major General Charles M. Clement, commander of the 28th Division. David is originally from Swissvale, Pennsylvania. He grew up on the border of Edgewood, the two suburbs of Pittsburgh.
DAVID CONRAD WIFE
Conrad was in a relationship with Amanda Tosch from (2006 – 2007). He also dated Storm Large in October 2009. It is not publicly known whether he was officially married or had children.
NET WORTH OF DAVID CONRAD
David’s net worth is estimated between $1 million and $5 million. This includes its assets, money and income. His main source of income is his acting career. Thanks to his various sources of income, David has been able to accumulate good fortune but prefers to lead a modest life.
Conrad made his feature film debut in 1994 with a small role in Under Heat. He was cast as Leo Roth in the television series Relativity in 1996, but he was already committed to a Pittsburgh production of Tom Stoppard’s play Arcadia. Because the producers thought Conrad was the right fit for the role, production on the series was delayed to allow his work on the play.