David Haack (pronounced Hawk) is an American actor, musician, and voice over artist. He began his acting career in Los Angeles with recurring appearances in the hit Disney show, "Hannah Montana" (2006-2008) and with a role in the John Erick Dowdle directed horror film "The Poughkeepsie Tapes" (2007). He was also cast in a recurring role in the FOX pilot, "The Apostles," which also starred Meghan Markle and Shawn Hatosy (2008). These opportunities led to appearances with Billy Ray Cyrus on "Good Morning America" (2008) and "Soaptalk" (2008) as a featured musician, and a supporting role in the feature film "Flying By" (2009) starring Cyrus, Oscar winner Patricia Neal, and Heather Locklear.
David appeared as the lead actor in a full length feature film for the first time in "Make Love Great Again" (2019) where he played a struggling musician who falls in love with a grad student on a student visa from Mexico. The politically driven love story premiered on all HBO Platforms in May of 2019. Haack also has multiple songs he wrote and performed in this film, as well as being the lead actor. This followed his appearance as a guest star in "Criminal Minds Beyond Borders" in an episode directed by Larry Teng (2016).
David appeared in the hit show, "The Goldbergs" in the "Animal House" episode (2019), and his voice can be heard in many commercial campaigns, television shows and films.
He is also a film composer, earning his first credit when he composed the score to the short film, "Kaleidoscope" (2020) in which he also stars and is a producer.
Haack has multiple albums available on Apple Music, Spotify, and many other digital platforms. Haack and his band toured and appeared as an opening act to Billy Ray Cyrus on various tour stops as well.