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David Gallagher Biography

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David Gallagher
Birthdate: February 9, 1985

David Gallagher: Picture Perfect

When David Gallagher was just 18 months old, he snagged his first modelling job in a print ad. Gallagher then went on to do a bunch of TV commercials for companies like Burger King, Wonder Bread and Walt Disney World.

David Gallagher's Big Break

His big break happened when David Gallagher was eight and he landed the role of Mikey in the movie Look Who's Talking Now. The flick starred John Travolta and was the third film in the popular, '80s Look Who's Talking movie trilogy. David Gallagher later starred with John Travolta again in the film Phenomenon.

David Gallagher Finds 7th Heaven

David Gallagher's breakthrough role was landing the part of Simon Camden on the WB TV show, 7th Heaven. 7th Heaven is set in the fictional town of Glen Oak, and is about all the troubles and traumas facing the large family of the town's minister. David Gallagher was only 11 when the show began. Now, seven seasons later, his character, Simon Camden, has gone from being a goofy kid to a 17 year-old hottie.

David Gallagher - Did U Know?

  • David Gallagher scored a 1210 cumulative on his SATs.
  • One of David's younger brothers, Killian Gallagher, suffers from Autism and David is a big supporter of the charity, CAN-Cure Autism Now.
  • David Gallagher drives a yellow Plymouth Prowler.
  • Simon Camden's GF in the 2003 season is played by Ashlee Simpson, kid sister to popstar Jessica Simpson.
  • David Gallagher has decided that 2002-2003 will be his last season on 7th Heaven.

    David Gallagher Says...
    "My most embarrassing moment from the show was having to wear those too-small candy cane pajamas for the Christmas episode. That was horrible. My friends didn't cut me any slack about it, either."

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    i've seen the movie with him in it named Secert or aka Can You Keep A Secert?
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