Best known for his roles as a goofy, callow youth in films like Spring Break, Splash, Total Recall, and Turner and Hooch, David Knell is a veteran in the industry with a career that spans over three decades. He appeared on Broadway in his teens in Liz Swados' "Runaways" before making his screen debut in "Life on The Mississippi," playing the young Mark Twain. Over the years David has performed in countless television series and commercials, in regional theatre around the country, and often works behind the scenes as an editor, camera operator, and assistant director. In this episode of Still Interested, Ben and Jackson discuss the man, the myth and the legend that is David Knell, through the lens of Paul Verhoeven's 1990 film: Total Recall.
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