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Judge David Young on Y&R!; This Friday July 11th
Topic Started: Jul 9 2008, 12:22 AM (366 Views)
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From: We Love Soaps

Judge David Young on Y&R!




Justice hits the set of THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS as Judge David Young makes his acting debut on the show this Friday, July 11. Judge David Young will portray the character "David," a chiropractor who plays poker in a high stakes game along-side iconic characters Brad Carlton (Don Diamont), David Chow (Vincent Irizarry) and Skye (Laura Stone). Young is no stranger to television, as his successful half-hour court show, JUDGE DAVID YOUNG, was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in its first year and returns for a second season on September 8, 2008 in national syndication.

Young was born and raised in Miami (and lives there currently with his partner), served as assistant state attorney in Miami-Dade County under Janet Reno, and was re-elected twice as a Circuit Court judge there before leaving to hit the national airwaves. Among his more well-known cases is one in which he sent two America West pilots to jail in 2005 for attempting to operate a commercial airliner while intoxicated.

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