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David Fury was an American television screenwriter and producer, best known for his writing work on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Lost, and 24. He grew up on Long Island (in Plainview) and is married to fellow screenwriter Elin Hampton. David's given surname was Shapiro.
He also made several on screen appearances. He sang "The Mustard" in "Once More, with Feeling" and appeared in "Reprise" and "Smile Time". His voice can be heard, with Marti Noxon's, singing about the mustard stain in Anya's musical flashback in "Selfless." He also appeared as a newscaster singing the first verse of "So They Say" with Noxon in Joss Whedon's Internet musical "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" starring Felicia Day and Nathan Fillion.
Episodes Written, Directed and Acted
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
- "Go Fish"
- "Bargaining, Part Two"
- "Life Serial" (co-written with Jane Espenson)
- "Once More, With Feeling" (as the "Mustard Man")
- "Gone" (also directed)
- "Selfless" (as the "Mustard Man")
- "Sleeper" (co-written with Jane Espenson)
- "Lies My Parents Told Me" (directed and co-written with Drew Goddard)
- "Just Rewards" (co-written with Ben Edlund)
- "Destiny" (co-written with Steven S. DeKnight)
- "You're Welcome" (also directed)
- "Smile Time" (as Gregor Framkin)
- "Power Play"