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MICHAEL STAHL-DAVID (Rob) was born and raised in Chicago. He received his degree in theater arts from Columbia College in Chicago, where he also pursued a professional theater career working at such prestigious venues as the Steppenwolf Theatre (in the Tennessee Williams play "One Arm”) and the Goodman Theatre (in the Edward Albee play "The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?”), among others.

Stahl-David moved to New York in 2005, where he immediately began acting professionally, first as Peter in the Papermill Playhouse production of "The Diary of Anne Frank,” then as a series regular on the critically acclaimed NBC series "The Black Donnellys.” He hasn't stopped working since.

He recently completed the indie film "The Project” and, last fall, starred in the Roundabout Theatre production of J.T. Rogers' new play "The Overwhelming.”

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