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Toby Moraitis was the voice of reason in the Bay of Dante
Canadian actor of Polish origin, writer, director and producer, known primarily for the role of Toby Moraitis (Toby Moraitis) in the mystical American TV series Dante’s Cove, targeting the LGBT audience. In addition, David acted as host of several TV shows. Together with Derek James (Derek James) and Linda Carter (Linda Carter) Charlie owns the production company ‘Border2Border Entertainment’, which deals with television and film projects.
Charles David Lubiniecki (Charles David Lubiniecki) was born August 9, 1980 in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, and grew up in Yorkton. In high school, he performed with the band ‘Sask Express’. In 2002 Charlie graduated from the Canadian College of Performing Arts in Victoria, British Columbia (Victoria, British Columbia). He became one of the founders of the boy band called ‘4Now’ and played in the band on the piano. The band performed in Canada and the United States, including opening for teams such as Destiny’s Child and The Black Eyed Peas and singer Pink, and managed to release two studio recordings before the participants’ tracks ‘4Now’ dispersed in different directions. Derek James, who, incidentally, later played with David in the movie ‘The Mulligans’ (Mulligans, 2008), was also in this group.
After the breakup of the group, David became interested in acting and the profession of a TV presenter. He worked on channels E! Television, NBC, OUTtv, here! TV, Pink TV, EGO, Life Network and was the host show ‘F.Y.E!’ In 2002, ‘SpyTV’ in 2001, ‘Bump!’ In 2005-2012 and ‘Crash Test Mommy’ in 2004-2005. In 2005, he played in the Canadian mini-series ‘Terminal City’ and received supporting roles in LGBT films ‘A Four Letter Word’ (2007) and ‘Kiss the Bride’ (2008).
David earned a reputation as a heartthrob when he played Toby in ‘Dante’s Bay’, a mystical series in the Gothic style, which aired for three seasons in 2005-2007. The series became a cult in the gay community, and the number of its fans is growing – for a year they have been vainly hoping for a continuation of the series, but the channel is in no hurry to shoot the fourth season. Charlie played one of the main roles, Toby Moraitis, a young man who is in solid monogamous relationships with his boyfriend, whose role was played by Michael Gregory (Gregory Michael). According to him, this feature attracted him very much in the role of Toby, who was a kind of voice of reason in the show and a very devoted partner.
David wrote a novel and script, which was filmed the film ‘The Mulligans’, and played in it one of the main roles. The film premiered in May 2007 at the ‘InsideOut LGBT Film Festival’ in Toronto. This romantic drama explores the theme of what happens to people and their families when a young man and his friend’s father understand what they are pulling at each other. Roman, by the way, demonstrated that Charlie has a very uncommon literary talent and, of course, interest in the topic of homosexuality.
In 2010, David starred in the independent film ‘The Judas Kiss’ (Judas Kiss). He played the role of Zachary Wells, an exhausted director who returns to his alma mater, where he meets a young man and gets a chance to change his past full of difficulties in order to avoid an equally difficult future.
In 2012-2013, David was on the other side of the camera, becoming the producer of two documentaries, ‘I’m A Stripper’, in which he also acted as a screenwriter and director, and ‘Positive Youth’ – about young people living with HIV diagnosis . According to him, he made this film to give hope to those who are forced to live with HIV, and to let them know that they are not alone in their problems.
Not forgetting his gift, Charlie David continues to write and print. In addition to the Mulligans, he published the novel Boy Midflight and the collection of short stories Shadowlands, his most famous literary work to date.
In 2005, Charlie David was on the 100 Outstanding 100 ‘Out 100’ list from ‘Out Magazine’ magazine for his contribution to gay culture.

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