Born in Bridgeport Connecticut on October 4th 1940, the third Son of William Gerald Boston and Maria Christina Fusco Boston. David's Father was an auto mechanic, and stock car racer. His Mother was a homemaker and factory worker. When he was two years old his Mother and Father separated, leaving David, his two Brothers and Sister to be raised by his Mother and her Italian family. David attended Bridgeport Public schools. At the age of sixteen he left school to join his Mother in the factory. His Brothers had also left school earlier to work and support the Family. At the age of seventeen David joined the United States Marine Corps, where he served honorably for four years. He saw duty overseas in Okinawa, as a Military Policeman. During a far east cruise he had duty as an SP, in Hong Kong, Formosa, Borneo, and the Philippines. Upon returning to the U.S. he was attached to the second Marine division were he saw action with the Navy Expedition force during the Cuban Bay of Pigs period. While serving in the Marines David Married his lovely Wife: Joyce Lucky Gillespy Boston, they have two Sons David and Thomas. David began his acting career at the age of forty nine, when in 1989, as a career police officer, he was hired as a technical advisor for the film "A walk with Death." he was approached by the film's director and asked to audition for the role of "Captain Noah Barnes," he did so and was cast for the part as a principal actor, given a contract, he then joined SAG, AFTRA, and AEA, thus beginning his professional film, theater and television career.
Name: David Boston
Known for: A Most Violent Year