After opting out of Fine Arts (the supplies were too expensive) and an 11th-hour switch from full-time English studies (the Harry Potter books were, sadly, still years away), David Ingram ultimately graduated from McMaster University’s theatre program and began his career in Toronto. An eventual stint in theatre, including Talking Camel's acclaimed production of Someone Who'll Watch Over Me, was followed by roles in such television series as Doc, Starhunter, Queer As Folk and G-Spot.
He landed his first feature playing the lead role of Victor in the award winning Canadian super-hero fantasy Sidekick. Shortly after moving to Vancouver four years ago, David landed the first role he auditioned for in the television feature Time & Again. He continued to win lead and co-starring roles in such hit series as Stargate, Supernatural, and Smallville. Most recently Ingram played a supporting role in the thriller Faces in the Crowd, a feature film by French director Julien Magnat which is scheduled for release in 2011. Despite opting to be an actor versus an academic, author or artist, it turns out he can still read and is a decent painter.