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David Lewis

Full / Real Name: David Fouts
Born: 04 August 1976 (46 years old)
Gender: Male

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David Lewis is a Canadian actor best known for his roles as Walt Lawson in the 1999 film Lake Placid; and as Richard Allen on the television horror series Harper's Island, in 2009.






Television Roles

Show

Character

Ethan Ross

Brian Bauer

Mitchell

Mitchell

Richard Allen

Sergeant Gavin Saunders

Sergeant Gavin Saunders

Cameron Balinsky

Cameron Balinsky

Professor Ludensky

Math

Curtis Connor

Dr. Vickers




LATEST ARTICLES

Die Put 2 Teasers - August 2022

Back! A first look at what to expect when Die Put returns to eExtra once Die Binnekring ends.


Scandal! Teasers - September 2022

Javas crosses a line, detective Dintle investigates and "off-limits" becomes a turn on.


New on TV today: Wednesday 10 August

Netflix builds you an Instant Dream Home as Curiosity investigates Super Slime.


New on TV today: Tuesday 9 August

Gentleman Jack returns on M-Net and I Just Killed My Dad drops on Netflix.


Generations: The Legacy Teasers - September 2022

Hottness alert! An unexpected kiss leaves two friends shocked and bewildered.


A Touch of Love Teasers - August 2022

Kosi has evil plans to steal kidneys. Human ones. #Gulp


New on TV today: Monday 8 August

Catch the Roast of Khanyi Mbau on Comedy Central or peer into Afrimaxx on Home Channel.


New on TV today: Sunday 7 August

The Executives premieres on SABC1 and SABC2 tells the story of Manche, The African Saint.


New on TV today: Saturday 6 August

The only new show tonight is the return of DJ Zinhle: The Unexpected on BET.


Naked and Afraid South African on Carte Blanche (7 August)

He went on a reality show and now he's moaning about it. #RealityLow Also coming up on Sunday...

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