David S. Cass Sr.

David S. Cass Sr.

actor, stunts, director

David S. Cass Sr. was born on Mar 21, 1942 in USA. David S. Cass Sr.'s big-screen debut came with McLintock! directed by Andrew V. McLaglen in 1963. David S. Cass Sr. is known for Streets of Laredo directed by Joseph Sargent, James Garner stars as Captain Woodrow Call and Sissy Spacek as Lorena. The most recent award David S. Cass Sr. achieved is Western Heritage Awards. The upcoming new movie David S. Cass Sr. plays is Hometown Hero which will be released on Apr 01, 2017.

Cass began his career in the motion picture industry as an extra - but soon he was alternating between acting parts and stunt work. The stunt work eventually prevailed and Cass went on to become one of Hollywood's top stunt co-ordinators and Second Unit Directors. This led to his producing several films which, in turn, led to first-unit directing.Dave has co-produced Miramax Films' Texas Rangers: La revanche des justiciers (2001); a trio of Burt Reynolds' TV movies titled Hard time - Coup dur (1998), for the TNT network - writing one episode, and directing another, Sans compromis (1999). He has also co-written several other films including Au service de Satan (1972) and Hard Ground (2003). Dave was the director of The Hallmark Channel's mini-series, Johnson County War (2002), another take on the infamous Wyoming cattle wars, this one an adaptation by Larry McMurtry. Cass has directed two Gentle Ben TV movies, plus Night of the Wolf (2002), starring Anne Archer and Robert Urich, for Animal Planet.And from Hallmark, again, David directed a city girl/country boy love story, Amour des villes, amour des champs (2003), which garnered the highest ratings ever for a Hallmark Channel TV Movie.

  • Birthday

    Mar 21, 1942
  • Place of Birth


Known For


2 wins & 0 nominations

Western Heritage Awards
Television Feature Film
Winner - Bronze Wrangler
Television Feature Film
Winner - Bronze Wrangler

Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows