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Giuntoli was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to Mary and David Giuntoli. His father is of Italian descent while his mother is of Polish and German descent.David Giuntoli was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and was raised in St. Louis, Missouri. He is the son of Mary and David Giuntoli. David was educated at St. Louis University High School and moved on to Indiana University Bloomington, where he graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in International Business and Finance. Giuntoli relocated to Los Angeles in 2007 to forge a career in acting, and joined the Echo Theater Company. His first television appearances, however, were on reality shows The Challenge (1998) and Road Rules (1995). Acting success followed with roles in, amongst others, Privileged (2008) and Eli Stone (2008). In 2011, Giuntoli was cast in the leading role of Nick Burckhardt in NBC's Grimm (2011).
Giuntoli was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to Mary and David Giuntoli. He father is of Italian descent while his mother is Polish and Austrian descent. He was raised in Huntleigh, a suburb of St. Louis, Missouri. He admits to not being very athletic as a child. After graduating from St. Louis University High School in 1998, he attended Indiana University at Bloomington, earning a bachelor's degree in International Business and Finance in 2002.
David Giuntoli returned to St. Louis after college. However, his heart was in being an entertainer instead of a career in finance, something his family realized early on as he always enjoyed making people laugh from a young age. Reconnecting with his high school theater teacher, he began taking acting lessons locally. His first career break came in 2003 when he was discovered by talent scouts for MTV and cast in the networks reality series Road Rules: South Pacific. The three-month adventure in the South Pacific and a subsequent appearance on the seventh season of Real World/Road Rules Challenge provided the resources to pay off his college debt and further cemented his decision to pursue acting as a full time career.
David Giuntoli is an American actor who is known for playing the part of Detective Nick Burkhardt in “Grimm” and now he’s a big part of “A Million Little Things.”Â He’s been popular since he first began his professional career as an actor. His performance in the NBC supernatural drama has gotten him a lot of positive attention from fans. His base of followers is growing steadily and there is a demand to know everything that can be shared about his personal and professional life, so here are 10 things that you probably didn’t know about David Giuntoli.
David Giuntoli spent four years of his life working towards a degree in International Business and Finance at Indiana University. He put time and money into earning his degree, but his heart really wasn’t in a career in finance. His deepest passion was to become an entertainer. He was fortunate that his family understood that from early on he was good at making people laugh. He returned back home to St. Louis with his degree in hand and visited his high school theater teacher to start acting lessons. This was in 2002 and by 2003 he would launch his new career as a professional actor.
David Giuntoli threw his hat in the ring for the title role of the new Superman movie “Man of Steel.” He auditioned for the part and he made it past the first wave to become one of the candidates who were seriously being considered for the role. He was close, but in the end, it was Henry Cavill, an English actor who ended up being cast in the role.
From 2011 to 2017, David entertained the audience with his interesting character in the 'NBC' fantasy police-procedural drama 'Grimm.' The series was about David’s character, Portland homicide detective Nick Burkhardt, who was told by his ‘Aunt Marie’ (played Kate Burton) that he was a ‘Grimm,’ a descendent of a line of hunters who fought supernatural forces. Nick’s love interest, ‘Juliette Silverton,’ was played by Bitsie Tulloch, who is now David’s wife. In addition to featuring in the series, he directed one of its episodes, titled 'Oh Captain, My Captain.' David was the first actor to be cast in the series.
David is married to his 'Grimm' co-star Bitsie Tulloch and has a daughter named Vivian. The two began their relationship on the sets of the show and got engaged before the show ended. Interestingly, their characters on the show shared an on-and-off relationship. The two got married in June 2017, in Montana. Their daughter was born in February 2019.