Charlie David has been a host for E! Television, NBC, OutTV, here! TV, Pink TV, EGO, and Life Network on such shows as F.Y.E! (2000), Spy TV (2001), Bump! (2004) (2005-2011) and Crash Test Mommy (2004) (2004-2005). He has been the subject of a documentary on the Learning Channel and has appeared as musical guest on VH1, BBC, CBS's The Early Show, and dozens of radio shows.
Charlie's writing has been featured in National Youth Ambassador and BoyCrazy! Magazines. The latter culminated in a guest appearance on NBC's The Other Half (2001) with Dick Clark, Danny Bonaduce, and Mario Lopez. Formerly in a rock band; okay, actually it was a boy band, Charlie opened for Destiny's Child, Pink, Snoop Dogg, Rick Springfield and The Black Eyed Peas.
Charlie's writing has been published by Instinct, V-Rag, National Youth Ambassador, Adventure Women, Outlooks and BoyCrazy! magazines and AfterElton.com. The Cold Reading Series in Vancouver, Canada awarded Charlie 'Best Feature Screenplay' for Mulligans and 'Best Short Screenplay' for Narcissus. As an author Charlie has written three books
Boy Midflight, Mulligans and Shadowlands.
In 2005 Out Magazine recognized Charlie in the 'Out 100' at their gala in New York. In 2007 the Philadelphia Film Society awarded Charlie with their Rising Star Award. In 2008 the Festival del Sol in Gran Canaria awarded their Best Male Actor Award to Charlie and the male cast of A Four Letter Word.
A love of storytelling led Charlie to start Border2Border Entertainment Inc., a production company whose film credits include Mulligans, Beyond Gay: The Politics of Pride, Judas Kiss, I'm a Stripper and Positive Youth. He was also an associate producer on his travel series Bump!, which shot 120 episodes around the world, garnered a Hugo Television award and two nominations. Border2Border Entertainment's films have been licensed to Showtime, Super Channel, HBO Canada, MTV/LOGO, Sundance Channel, The Movie Network, Movie Central, Encore Avenue, Out TV, as well as working with international distribution partners in Australia, New Zealand, Germany, France, the UK, Ireland, the Netherlands, Poland, Singapore and Taiwan.
He is a graduate of the Canadian College of Performing Arts and his current passions include motorcycle cruises, high adrenaline encounters with wildlife and sports. He resides in Montréal, Canada when he's not living out of a suitcase.