David Sidoni

Biography: The David Sidoni story is that of a California beach kid who loves theater. While he is humble and somewhat shy when discussing his accomplishments, I am not. I'm more than willing to brag for him. He's an amazingly talented guy, versatile beyond belief and has a wonderful attitude towards it all. He started out playing "Peter Pan" as a 16 year old at Disneyland (that's quite a day job, wouldn't you say?!) Post-High School, David appeared as an extra in the film Colors and of course landed the role of "Pie Eater" in the cult Disney film Newsies. For Nickelodeon, David was of course a star of the well loved TV series Roundhouse and then went on to work with Nickelodeon to host shows such as Bing! (10 episodes) and U to U:on the Road (4 specials).
David has done a lot with Nickelodeon; correspondent work ranging from the Olympics to the Presidential Elections, he co-hosted The Big Help two years in a row as well as The Kids's Choice Awards, helped out Youth Service of
The David Sidoni story is that of a California beach kid who loves theater. While he is humble and somewhat shy when discussing his accomplishments, I am not. I'm more than willing to brag for him. He's an amazingly talented guy, versatile beyond belief and has a wonderful attitude towards it all. He started out playing "Peter Pan" as a 16 year old at Disneyland (that's quite a day job, wouldn't you say?!) Post-High School, David appeared as an extra in the film Colors and of course landed the role of "Pie Eater" in the cult Disney film Newsies. For Nickelodeon, David was of course a star of the well loved TV series Roundhouse and then went on to work with Nickelodeon to host shows such as Bing! (10 episodes) and U to U:on the Road (4 specials).
David has done a lot with Nickelodeon; correspondent work ranging from the Olympics to the Presidential Elections, he co-hosted The Big Help two years in a row as well as The Kids's Choice Awards, helped out Youth Service of America, participated in Stand for Kids rallies... The list goes on. Outside of Nickelodeon, David's done commercials for Pepsi. David has appeared on Beverly Hills, 90210 and General Hospital. He was a Russian dancer in Michael Jackson's video, "Black or White." David is partial to basketball, and got to take part in the NBA Celebrity Slam Dunk contest at the Arizona Stay in School Jam in 1995. David also played at T.J. Martell's Rocker Soccer Celebrity Match on ESPN2, July 9, 1994. T.J. Martell is a charity for cancer and AIDS research. In 1995, he judged the Miss Teen USA pageant on CBS. David hosted the CBS kids' game show, Wheel of Fortune 2000 for a season in 1997 and then he went over to the Disney Channel to host the game show Mad Libs in 1998. You can catch reruns of Wheel 2000 on the Game Show Network. David has been working on and off with the US Postal Service in their entertainment division, producing and performing in videos for kids. He directed and starred in a kids video for the Census Bureau. He would also frequently speak at Orange County elementary schools and at Orange County High School of the Arts. After a stint living in New York City, David is now back in LA. David is currently working from behind the scenes to produce new television projects in a style similar to Roundhouse He also recently filmed a video pilot for Six Flags Magic Mountain that is an MTV TRL type show which will eventually be played in the California Theme Park as well as on the web.
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