David Moscow is an American actor son of Jon and Patricia born in the city of New York in the year 1947. He is a well-known personality playing the role of Josh Baskin in Big movies. The movie was all about a character that was turned into an adult by magic and the grown up person was Tom Hanks.
Later he got a role to play in Newsies in the year 1992. He got involved with another actress Kerry Washington in 2004 until 2007. He has a young brother named Lev who played extra in the Newsie and he is also a history teacher at Beacon School of New York City. Initially, then Moscow made the directorial debut in a psychological thriller called Desolation. Moscow initiated the Kickstarter in order to help the fun post production for the video reenactment of the Zoltar wish scene in the Big. The Kickstarter was able to raise over 70,000 dollars.
In recent times David Moscow also worked as a producer who produced the movies like The Hell Benders and Odessa. He engaged himself into Tic Tac Top Movie. Though he is not available on twitter he has over 600 followers on the Instagram account. His net worth is not yet disclosed online and he has no children.
Talking about his marriage, Moscow got married to Karen Riot and the wedding was in a city of Maine in Claremont Hotel. Not much of his colleagues were aware that he was in a relationship with his wife. Sadly due to some personal reasons, Moscow had a break up with Kerry and later he did not date any other woman which many people were concerned about. So when he announced about his wedding ceremony, everyone was startled and everyone wanted to heartily congratulate him.
His wife, Karen works in Radium One which is an advertising company and is not a very well known personality. The couple did not show up so well to the public.
His net worth is not exposed yet. He invests a huge portion of his free energy with others however he doesn't prefer to work on celebrity Main Street. He is convinced to make his appearance on Facebook as well. In time is hoping to raise up his popularity on Twitter.