David Fury

Biography: Perhaps best known as a writer for such cult series as Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Lost, David Fury began his show business career as an actor and then a stand-up comedian.

David grew up on Long Island, NY, and started out acting in stage productions such as "Cabaret," "The Fantasticks," and "Godspell." Later he took his love of the stage in a comedic direction, performing stand-up in such New York venues as "Catch a Falling Star," "The Comedy Cellar," and the famous "Improv." He also formed a comedy troupe called "Brain Trust," which won him a degree of critical acclaim as they went on to appear on The Tonight Show and Comic Strip Live. David started writing television scripts with his then girlfriend Elin Hampton. They worked together on a number of shows including HBO's Dream On and Steven Speilberg's Pinky and the Brain. Eventually David and Erin, now married, went on to separate projects. She took a job with the series Mad About You and he landed a job at Buffy
Perhaps best known as a writer for such cult series as Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Lost, David Fury began his show business career as an actor and then a stand-up comedian.

David grew up on Long Island, NY, and started out acting in stage productions such as "Cabaret," "The Fantasticks," and "Godspell." Later he took his love of the stage in a comedic direction, performing stand-up in such New York venues as "Catch a Falling Star," "The Comedy Cellar," and the famous "Improv." He also formed a comedy troupe called "Brain Trust," which won him a degree of critical acclaim as they went on to appear on The Tonight Show and Comic Strip Live.

David started writing television scripts with his then girlfriend Elin Hampton. They worked together on a number of shows including HBO's Dream On and Steven Speilberg's Pinky and the Brain. Eventually David and Erin, now married, went on to separate projects. She took a job with the series Mad About You and he landed a job at Buffy the Vampire Slayer where he rose quickly through the ranks, eventually becoming a Consulting Producer for Joss Whedon's spin-off Angel and later moving into the Co-Executive Producer slot for Lost. David's writing and production helped Lost to win the Emmy for "Outstanding Drama Series" in its very first season.
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David Fury's Scores

  • TV
Average career score: 75
Highest Metascore: 89 24: Season 5
Lowest Metascore: 64 Terra Nova: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 11 out of 11
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 11
  3. Negative: 0 out of 11
11 tv reviews
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd Pinky and the Brain: Season 2 Sep 7, 1996 Writer 10
86 Lost: Season 1 Sep 22, 2004 Writer 9.2
89 24: Season 5 Jan 15, 2006 Writer 9.1
tbd Angel: Season 2 Sep 26, 2000 Writer 8.9
tbd Angel: Season 5 Oct 1, 2003 Writer / Director 8.8
88 24: Season 1 Nov 6, 2001 Writer / Executive Producer 8.8
70 24: Live Another Day May 5, 2014 Writer / Executive Producer 8.6
75 Angel: Season 1 Oct 5, 1999 Writer 8.4
tbd Fringe: Season 4 Sep 23, 2011 Writer 8.4
72 24: Season 7 Jan 11, 2009 Writer / Executive Producer 8.3
67 Fringe: Season 1 Sep 9, 2008 Writer 8.3
78 Fringe: Season 5 Sep 28, 2012 Writer 8.2
tbd Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 2 Sep 15, 1997 Writer 8.0
79 24: Season 6 Jan 14, 2007 Writer 8.0
tbd The Inside: Season 1 Jun 8, 2005 Writer 8.0
67 24: Season 8 Jan 17, 2010 Writer / Executive Producer 7.9
tbd Angel: Season 3 Sep 24, 2001 Writer 7.7
tbd Angel: Season 4 Oct 6, 2002 Writer 7.6
tbd Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 3 Sep 29, 1998 Writer 7.3
tbd Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 4 Oct 5, 1999 Writer 7.2
64 Terra Nova: Season 1 Sep 26, 2011 Writer 6.2
tbd Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 5 Sep 26, 2000 Writer 5.2
tbd Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 6 Oct 2, 2001 Writer / Director 4.5
tbd Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 7 Sep 24, 2002 Writer / Director 4.4
tbd Dream On: Season 6 Jul 19, 1995 Writer tbd