David Haack (pronounced Hawk) is an American actor and musician. He has appeared in films, television shows, commercials, and voice overs as an actor, and has multiple songs he wrote and performed placed in films. David began his acting career in Los Angeles with recurring appearances in the hit Disney show, "Hannah Montana" and with a role in the horror film "The Poughkeepsie Tapes". He also booked a recurring role in the FOX pilot, "The Apostles". These opportunities led to appearances with Billy Ray Cyrus on "Good Morning America" and "Soaptalk" as a featured musician, and a supporting role in the feature film "Flying By" starring Patricia Neal, Billy Ray Cyrus, and Heather Locklear. David works consistently as a voice over artist as well, having booked multiple national and regional spots for television and radio, as well as theatrical and ADR work. David has also been writing and performing as a musician since he was a teenager, and has released 3 full length self produced albums - "Not So Far", "Who Am I", and "Heart & Soul". He is a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, and performed many aspects of each album himself, along with engineering many of those recordings. Most recently, David appears as the lead actor in the upcoming film "Make Love Great Again" where he plays a struggling musician who falls in love with a grad student on a student visa from Mexico. The politically driven love story is currently in the film festival circuit. David has multiple songs of his own in this film, as well as being the lead actor. He has also recently worked on the pilots "Cypher" and "Moderately Put Together."