David Walton stars as Pete, an easygoing, charming contractor with a few skeletons in his closet in NBC's comedy "Bent."
Walton, a Boston native, started acting in high school but began his formal training at Brown University. He studied at The Actor's Center as well as The British American Drama Academy.
Shortly after moving to New York City, Walton was quickly cast in a Naked Angel's production of "One Day on Wall Street." His commendable performance caught the attention of an executive who cast him in the series "Cracking Up," starring alongside Jason Schwartzman, Molly Shannon and Christopher McDonald. Since then, he has starred in several television series including "The Loop," "Heist," as well as "Quarterlife" and "100 Questions." He was last seen starring in the comedy "Perfect Couples."
On the big screen, Walton's most recent film successes include "Fired Up," and Steve Antin's "Burlesque," where he played the love interest of Stanley Tucci's character.
During his down time, Walton is a golf, tennis, hockey and backgammon addict, and he currently resides in the Los Angeles area.