David Wilcox

David Wilcox

BornJuly 13, 1949
BirthplaceMontreal (city), Quebec, Canada
  • 6.4k
    Spotify

David Wilcox is a singer who was born in Montreal (city), Quebec, Canada on July 13, 1949. David Wilcox keeps a low profile on Spotify with only about 6,400 followers and a popularity score of 28 out of 100 as of 2018. His most popular track on Spotify is "Eye Of The Hurricane" from the album How Did You Find Me Here. Bull and Legends account for some of David Wilcox's recent TV credits.

David Wilcox Popular Songs

Popularity
28/100
Followers
6.4k
TrackPopularity
How Did You Find Me Here1
Eye Of The Hurricane
How Did You Find Me Here
How Did You Find Me Here2
Rusty Old American Dream
How Did You Find Me Here
How Did You Find Me Here3
Language Of The Heart
How Did You Find Me Here
Big Horizon4
Show The Way
Big Horizon
How Did You Find Me Here5
How Did You Find Me Here
How Did You Find Me Here
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As of 2018, David Wilcox has 6,400 followers and a popularity score of 28 on Spotify. How Did You Find Me Here is a popular album by David Wilcox. Notable tracks from this album include Eye Of The Hurricane, Rusty Old American Dream, and Language Of The Heart. Eye Of The Hurricane is the most popular track from David Wilcox, scoring 31 out of 100 on the popularity scale. Rusty Old American Dream and Language Of The Heart have popularity scores of 18 and 16, respectively. The Spotify popularity score is on a scale from 0 to 100 and reflects the number of times the song has been played and how recently it has been played.

David Wilcox TV Shows

TitleCreditYear
Bull
Bull
  • Screenwriter
  • 2016
Legends
Legends
  • Screenwriter
  • 2014
666 Park Avenue
666 Park Avenue
  • Creator
  • Executive Producer
  • Producer
  • Screenwriter
  • 2013
  • 2012
The Following
The Following
  • Screenwriter
  • 2013
Fringe
Fringe
  • Screenwriter
  • 2011
  • 2010
  • 2009
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As of 2018, David Wilcox has contributed to about 7 TV shows. Some of the most recent David Wilcox TV appearances include Bull, Legends, and 666 Park Avenue. In 2016, David Wilcox wrote for Bull. In 2014, he wrote for Legends and he created, executive produced, and produced 666 Park Avenue in 2013.

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