About David Oliver
Previously Oliver had been a regular on the soap "Another World". After the end of "A Year in the Life" he did TV guest spots and a busted pilot ("Protect and Surf" 1989) and appeared in several TV movies and miniseries ("If It's Tuesday, It Still Must Be Belgium" 1987, "Miracle in the Wilderness" 1991). Oliver's film career included a starring role in "Defense Play" (1988) and small roles in Derek Jarman's "Edward the II" and Jim Abrahams' "Hot Shots" (both 1991). He also appeared on the San Diego stage. Oliver's final stage work was in "Elegies: An AIDS Anthology".
|Terry Houlihan. survived him|
|Appeared two years in the NBC soap, "Another World"|
|Featured in the NBC miniseries, "A Year in the Life"|
|Appeared as a regular in the NBC series, "A Year in the Life"|
|First feature starring role in the thriller, "Defense Play"|