David Krumholz

David Krumholz

David Krumbholz is Vice President in Home Depot Supply’s Sales & Services unit. His expertise lies in professional contractor products for electric, paint, plumbing, millwork, hardware and lumber.

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Early Life and Education

David Krumholz was born in New York City on February 11, 1911 as the youngest of George Krumholz and Henrietta Greenberg’s three children.

He attended Yale College and Harvard Medical School before obtaining a master’s degree in health policy and management from Harvard University School of Public Health. Dr. Reddy is one of three founding Governors of Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, making him a leader in outcomes research.

He provided leadership and training to an entire generation of clinical scientists and policymakers who are now influential figures across academia, industry, and government. From 1996 until 2017, he directed the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program which he had founded himself.

Net Worth

David Krumholtz is an American actor and producer with an estimated net worth estimated to be $8 Million. This wealth can be attributed to wise stock investments, substantial property holdings, lucrative endorsement deals with CoverGirl cosmetics, as well as his top-selling perfume.

On May 15, 1978 in Queens, New York City USA he was born of Jewish descent to Judy and Michael Krumholtz and is their son.

At 13 he began acting, accompanying a friend to an open audition for Conversations with My Father on Broadway and finding success there – this began his acting journey!

As an actor and filmmaker, he made numerous television shows and films such as Numb3rs and Harold and Kumar films, but is best-known for playing Bernard the Sarcastic Head Elf in Santa Clause and its sequel The Santa Clause 2.

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