David Greenwalt serves as executive producer on NBC's new drama series "Grimm."
Greenwalt was born and raised in West Los Angeles, California. He attended University High School, Los Angeles City College, University of California at Northridge, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in drama, English and education from Johnston College, University of Redlands.
With his partner, Jim Kouf, he wrote the movies "Class," "Secret Admirer" and "American Dreamer." He also served as director on "Secret Admirer."
He has written, produced and directed extensively in television.
Greenwalt's credits include three Disney TV movies - "Help Wanted Kids," "Exile" and "Double Switch" (all of which he directed); "PROFIT," which he co-created with John McNamara; "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" (executive producer, writer and director); "Angel" (co-created with Joss Whedon); "Miracles" and " Jake 2.0," and many other projects.