Raised in Guam before moving to California, David's first experience with matchmaking was when he appeared as a dater on Season 3 of The Millionaire Matchmaker. After the show, David caught the "love bug" and began setting up friends and launched his website 'Finding Cupid,' a blog about gay and straight relationships. The blog’s successes eventually helped spin 'Finding Cupid' off into a radio show and podcast. Before his matchmaking career, David studied journalism and wrote for several national publications including The Huffington Post, YourTango.com and Frontiers Magazine Los Angeles. A romantic at heart and part of a successful long-term relationship, David loves weddings, romantic comedies and often refers to himself as a "Romance Enthusiast!" Now in his sophomore year in The Millionaires Club, David has been climbing the ranks and learning as much as he can about the matchmaking business from his mentor, Patti Stanger. As Patti’s veteran team member, David brings not only the gay man's dating perspective, but also a confident stride as he handles all the clients.
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