Famous People Named Dave
Take a look at famous people named Dave, such as Dave Matthews, Dave Thomas, and Dave Coulier.
Songwriter, Singer / 1962 -
British musician Dave Gahan is best known as the lead singer of electronic band Depeche Mode. His voice can be heard on the tracks "Suffer Well" and "Nothing's Impossible," among many others.
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profile name: Dave Grohl profile occupation: Songwriter, Singer
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profile name: Dave Thomas profile occupation: Entrepreneur, Chef, Television Personality
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profile name: Dave Chappelle profile occupation: Film Actor, Television Actor, Comedian, Producer
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profile name: Dave Matthews profile occupation: Musician
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profile name: Dave Brubeck profile occupation: Songwriter, Pianist
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profile name: Dave Gahan profile occupation: Songwriter, Singer
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