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Facts of David Sitler

Birth NameDavid Sitler
Birth CityNew Jersey
Birth CountryAmerica
Gender IdentityMale
Marital StatusMarried
SpouseCarolyn Popp
Height183 cm
EducationKutztown University of Pennsylvania, The Catholic University of America
FilmographyPlant,Let the Right One In,Little America
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David Sitler is an American tv/film and theatre actor. He has been in over 160 plays on National Tours, Broadway, and Off-Broadway.  

He has worked at Boals, Winnett and Associates, Irish Repertory Theatre, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Theatre Under The Stars, Chenango River Theatre, and many big theatres over the course of his career.  

Similarly, as a tv/film actor, Sitler is known for his appearance in movies and tv shows such as Plant, Let the Right One In, Little America, Girl Boxer, Red Dead Redemption II, and others.  

So, what is David Sitler's age and height? He is married-who is his wife? How much is his net worth? We have all the details of his personal and professional life.  

What Is David Sitler's Age And Height? 

David Sitler was born and raised in Jersey City, New Jersey. There are no accurate details on his date of birth; however, according to the sources, he is in his 60s

He has six brothers whose identities have not been revealed to the media, and the actor is very private and rarely talks about his family life. 

His listed height is 6 feet, or 183 cm

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New york-Based American tv/film and theatre actor David Sitler

Regarding his education, David attended a local school and high school. He reportedly fell for a thatch while playing the front of a cow in second grade during his school play. 

Similarly, as a freshman in his high school years, he was into football and wrestling, which changed in his sophomore year when he got the chance to act in one of his school's plays, and he has never looked back since then. 

Sitler enrolled at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania in 1975 to study communications, but he was more interested in acting, and within a year, he transferred to Franklin & Marshall College, majoring in BA, English, and drama. He graduated in 1979.  

The same year, the actor joined The Catholic University of America to study for an MFA, which is a terminal degree that provides advanced specialized training in acting. He graduated in 1983.

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Theatre Credits 

David Sitler got his first professional experience in theatre shortly after his high school graduation when he got the chance to play in the Fulton Opera House Summer Rep production of 1776, featuring Patrick Hines as Ben Franklin. 

Similarly, during his time at Kutztown State College, he was cast in his first college production, "La Mama." 

Later, in order to work closely with his first director, Hugh Evans, David transferred to Franklin and Marshall College, where each summer he honed his skills at the Fulton Summer Repertory. 

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David Sitler at one of his theatre performances. 

Following graduation, Sitler decided to make his Broadway debut as Stephen in LINE at the 13th Street Theatre. 

Following his acting path, he moved to New York City and has not looked back since. 

Here are his best theater roles so far:

Date: April 3 – 21, 2002 
Play: Betrayal 
Role: Robert  
Place: Penobscot Theatre Company, Tennessee Repertory Theatre (March – April 5, 2003) 

Date: May 2 – 22, 2005 
Play: The Exonerated 
Role: Gary Gauger 
Place: Florida Studio Theatre 

Date: February 28 – March 19, 2006 
Play: Of Mice and Men 
Role: Slim 
Place: Virginia Stage Company 

Date: 2007 
Play: A Wonderful Life 
Role: Mr. Potter 
Place: Surflight Theatre, Beach Haven, NJ 

Date: February 6 – 23, 2008 
Play: In the Belly of the Beast 
Role: Jack Abbott 
Place: Florida Studio Theatre 

Date: January 28, 2010 
Play: The Last Castrato 
Role: Perosi 
Place: Judson Memorial Church 

Date: June 24 – August 8, 2010 
Play: The Tempest 
Role: Prospero 
Place: Illinois Shakespeare Festival

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David Sitler as Lou in Speed Of Darkness

Date: July 16 – August 8, 2010  
Play: The Merry Wives of Windsor 
Role: Robert Shallow 
Place: Illinois Shakespeare Festival 

Date: July 28 – August 13, 2011 
Play: Hamlet 
Place: The Drilling Company's Shakespeare in the Parking Lot 

Date: February 15 – April 15, 2012 
Play: Beyond the Horizon 
Role: James Mayo 
Place: The Irish Repertory Theatre 

Date: February 7 – March 31, 2013 
Play: Donnybrook! 
Role: Father Finucane 
Place: The Irish Repertory Theatre 

Date: July 11 – 27, 2013 
Play: Cymbeline 
Role: Belarius 
Place: The Drilling Company's Shakespeare in the Parking Lot 

Date: June 12 – July 13, 2014 
Play: Butler 
Role: Major Cary 
Place: New Jersey Repertory Company 

Date: September 3 – 28, 2014 
Play: The Chosen  
Role: David Malter 
Place: American Stage Theatre Company 

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Theatre legend David Sitler

Date: April 10 – June 20, 2015 
Play: Guys and Dolls 
Role: Lt. Brannigan 
Place: Goodspeed Opera House 

Date: July 15 – August 28, 2016 
Play: Butler 
Role: Major Cary 
Place: New Jersey Repertory Company 

Date: November 25 – December 24, 2016 
Play: A Christmas Carol 
Role: Ebenezer Scrooge 
Place: Hanesbrands Theatre 

Date: March 25 – April 2, 2017 
Play: Yours, Anne 
Role: Otto Frank 
Place: Half Moon Theatre Company 

Date: September 29 – October 15, 2017 
Play: The Speed of Darkness 
Role: Lou 
Place: Chenango River Theatre 

Date: July 24 – 29, 2018 
Play: Gypsy 
Role: Pop Kringelein 
Place: Broadway Sacramento 

Date: October 27 – November 1, 2020, and February 26 – April 17, 2022 
Play: A Touch of the Poet 
Role: Patch Riley 
Place: The Irish Repertory Theatre 

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Ho! Ho! Ho! David Sitler as Santa Clause at one of his stage plays

Date: January 20 – 30, 2022 
Play: Other Desert Cities  
Role: Lyman Wyeth 
Place: Lean Ensemble Theatre 

Also, David Sitler was also part of Frost/Nixon (National Tour) with actors Swifty Lazar, Bob Zelnick, and Jack Brennan.  

They performed at the Civic Center of Greater Des Moines Main Hall, The Hobby Center Sarofim Hall, Wharton Center Cobb Great Hall, and many other ventures from September 30, 2008 – April 26, 2009. 

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David Sitler's Movies And TV Roles 

David Sitler made his television debut in 1998 with the short Tree Shade. In 2001, he appeared as Dr. Siewerth in The Twelve. 

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David Sitler as Father Abraham in The True Ones

Some of his television roles are listed below: 

TV ShowsEpisodesRoles
Law & OrderLossCourt Clerk
Zero HourHandsPlum Island Guard
Bobby’s Story: The VinePilotJudge Martin Davis
Space AvailableThe Yoga RoomPhilly
Little AmericaThe SilenceRoger
Hunters-King Lear Man
What Happened in SkinnerThanksgivingHorace Snell
Let the Right One In-Home Owner

Likewise, he is a well-known film actor, with some of his most memorable roles including: 

Ghetto DawgCarolina Cowboy
Harlem’s BeautyMichael
SynapseDr. Calbeck
Marvelous FishmanCircus Barker
Black Dog, Red DogMr. Martin
The Strange OnesMate Hiker
Red Dead Redemption IIJoseph Barnes (voice)
We Wanted ChildrenMason
The Bugs and the SlugsDarzon
Trench DreamsThe Major
In SessionDr. Eli Beck
Umbrella to KillPolitician
The Challenger-
Going My WayPaul
The True OnesFather Abraham

Likewise, regarding Sitler's upcoming roles, he is set to appear in films and TV series such as Chang Can Dunk, Going My Way, and Sixty Miles North. 

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Awards And Honors 

David Sitler has been honored with many awards for his tenure. He won the award for best actor in a play (Jack Henry Abbott in The Belly of the Beast, Florida Studio Theatre, Sarasota Magazine). 

According to Creative Loafing, he was nominated for best actor in a play for "Uncle Peck's How I Learned to Drive" at the Charlotte Rep Theatre. 

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David Sitler in The Bugs and the Slugs as Darzon

Also, he won the Arkansas Traveler Award, the FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award, the Boy’s and Girl’s Club Service Key Award, the Key to the City of Little Rock, Arkansas, and the City of West Chicago Department of Police's Citizen Award of Appreciation. 

Likewise, David was part of two Tony Award-winning plays, An Inspector Calls (for best revival) and Frost/Nixon (for the national tour).

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How Much Is His Net Worth?  

Theatre and tv/film actor David Sitler as of November 2022 is estimated to have a net worth of $5 million.  

As per the sources, the average earning of theatre actors is $59,725 but the range typically falls between $49,218 and $72,922. Similarly, the average annual salary for Theater Actors in the US is $120791.

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David Sitler Net Worth 

Similarly, Sitler as a Hollywood star his reported annual salary is $100k. Also, n the USA, the average earning of an actor is $43k: the best-paid 25 percent makes around $60k, while the lowest-paid 25 percent earns $28k.  

Salary ranges can vary depending on factors like experience, talent, additional skills, and the number of years.

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Who Is David Sitler's Wife?  

David Sitler is married to fellow actor Carolyn Popp. On September 21, 1991, the couple married. 

The pair have also worked together on many stage plays. It has been three decades since their marriage, and they are still together, smitten in love, and going strong. 

On their 30th wedding anniversary, David shared a photo of their wedding day and wrote a heartfelt post thanking his wife for all of her love and support. 

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David Sitler and Carolyn Popp on their wedding day

He wrote:  

On a clear day…30 years ago Carolyn and I took our vows we had written in front of family and friends who traveled to NYC to celebrate our love for each other. Such a glorious day with so many pitching in and giving there best to make this day one we still celebrate. 

He further wrote: 

Thru the 30 years that vow and love have grown stronger. Thru thick and thin with many challenges along the way Carolyn has been and is the light that could not and should not be kept under a bushel basket and the world and I are better for all she has given and continues to give to see us thru those times we need that light and love that is so much of her being. 

David continued: 

This picture has been hanging in our bedroom all these year…Carolyn beaming in the dress she remade from her mom’s that her mom had made… as lovely then as she is today. The picture is bit faded from time but also richer in some ways…looking forward to the next 30 with you my love…my scene partner in life and art. Happy 30th anniversary Carolyn. 

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David Sitler and wife Carolyn Popp

As of 2002, they reside in their old house in Jersey City. However, there is no information about their possible children.

Actress Wife Carolyn Popp-Her Popular Movies And TV Roles 

Carolyn Popp is also a well-known theater actress. She made her stage debut at a young age in 1988 in The Hired Man at the INTAR Theatre in New York, NY, as Emily. 

Similarly, her stage roles and plays over the years are as follows: 

  1. Esther Bigelow in The Navigator at North Shore Music Theatre on September 1, 2006.
  2. The Comedy of Errors at The Drilling Company's Shakespeare in the Parking Lot from July 7 – 23, 2011.
  3. Reba Freitag in The Last Night of Ballyhoo at Hanesbrands Theatre in Winston-Salem, NC from October 19 – November 4, 2012.
  4. The Queen in Cymbeline at The Drilling Company's Shakespeare in the Parking Lot from July 11 – 27, 2013.
  5. Maudie Atkinson in To Kill a Mockingbird at Bay Street Theatre from November 5 – 29, 2014.
  6. Lady Capulet in Romeo and Juliet at The Drilling Company's Shakespeare in the Parking Lot, Bryant Park Shakespeare from July 17 – August 2, 2015.
  7. Linda Loman in Death of a Salesman at Bay Street Theatre from November 9 – 25, 2017.
  8. Fräulein Schneider in Cabaret at The Ivoryton Playhouse Foundation from August 7 – September 1, 2019.
  9. Mrs. Potts in Disney's Beauty and the Beast at Sitnik Theatre at Centenary College from November 29 – December 15, 2019.

She has also appeared in two television shows. Popp made her television debut in 2000 in Strangers with Candy as Claire Noblet. 

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Carolyn Popp as Schneider with John Little in Happy Times 

Similarly, in 2015, she co-starred with her husband in the TV show Plant as Bag Lady.  

Updated On Fri Nov 25 2022 Published OnMon Nov 21 2022 By riley

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