David Stenbeck
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As the World Turns
Portrayed by: Chris Browning (1997)
Daniel Markel (1997-1998)
Keith Coulouris (1999-2000)
Duration: 1997-1999 & 1999-2000
First appearance: February 25, 1997
Last appearance: September 2000
Cause/reason: Death
Created by: Stephen Demorest
Mel Brez
Addie Walsh
Family: Stenbeck family
Other names: David Allen (former adoptive name)
Reid Hamilton (alias)
Gender: Male
Cause of death: Shot
Occupation: Lawyer
Residence: Oakdale, Illinois
Parents: James Stenbeck
(biological father, deceased)
Unknown woman
(biological mother, deceased)
Warren Allen
(adoptive father, deceased)
Marian Allen
(adoptive mother, deceased)

Siblings: Paul Ryan
(biological paternal half-brother)
Jordon Sinclair
(biological paternal half-brother)
Henry Coleman
(biological paternal half-brother)
Marital status: Single; at death
Grandparents: Unknown man
(biological paternal grandfather, deceased)
Greta Aldrin (biological paternal grandmother, deceased) </small>
Aunts & uncles: Ariel Aldrin
(biological paternal aunt)
Nieces & nephews: Jennifer Ryan
(biological niece, deceased)
Eliza Ryan
(biological niece)
Cabot Sinclair
(biological nephew)
Sven Coleman
(biological nephew, deceased)
Romances: Anne Nielson
(lovers, deceased)
Katherine "Kit" [Last name unknown]
Emily Stewart
Molly Peterson

David Stenbeck was a fictional character on the CBS daytime soap opera As the World Turns.

Actor History:Edit

  • Chris Browning (02/1997-05/1997)
  • Daniel Markel (05/1997-09/1998 & 10/1998-11/1998)
  • Keith Coulouris (02-1999-09/2000)

Other Information:Edit

  • Born December 23, 1963
  • Died September 29, 2000
  • Presumed deceased August 11, 1998 to September 21, 1998
  • Presumed deceased September 29, 1998 to September 9, 1999

Character History:Edit

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