David A. Yuzuk was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York and he always enjoyed being involved in athletics. He played high school and college football and has studied the martial arts. Leaving Brooklyn, he moved to South Florida where he has been working as a Police Officer for the last fourteen years. On his days off, he works on his various creative projects—writing, acting, and filmmaking.
As part-time actor David Danello, he has had speaking roles on TV shows like Burn Notice, The Glades, and America's Most Wanted. His movie roles include Miami Vice, U.S.S. Seaviper, House of Bodies, I Love Miami, Assumed Memories, and 5th of a Degree. He was nominated for Best Actor by the Miami Life Awards for his leading role as David Ross in 5th of a Degree.
David's passion for writing started with screenplays and he has IMDB credit as a co-producer and co-author of the film 5th of a Degree (as David Danello). 5th of a Degree is the winner of the 2012 Golden Ace Award at the Las Vegas Film Festival.
David has also written an illustrated children's book The Legend of the Smiling Chihuahua
Beachside PD is a series filled with tension, distinctive wit, and unforgettable characters,
If you are a police procedural series fan who prefers a dose of realism along with hard-hitting action, and savvy dialogue, it’s guaranteed you’ll be wanting more from this father and son writing team.
“Neil Yuzuk is a real novelist and David Yuzuk is a real cop. Fused together, they tell crackling good police stories filled with action, murder, and mayhem.”
Beachside PD is a series filled with unforgettable characters, action, suspense, distinctive wit, and intriguing romance. If you are a police procedural series fan who prefers a dose of realism along with hard-hitting action, and savvy dialogue, it’s guaranteed you’ll be wanting more from this unique father and son writing team.
From the authors of Beachside PD: The Reluctant Knight and Beachside PD: The Gypsy Hunter comes this thrilling prequel to the series, Beachside PD: Cities of Sand and Stone. A story of constant betrayal. If you are a reader who prefers realism along with hard-hitting action and savvy dialogue, then you’ll enjoy the third novel in the series.
For almost two decades Detective Lieutenant Robert M. Zaragossa has threaded his way through the secret world of the Gypsies, solving crimes from simple fortune-telling scams to the uncovering of counterfeiters, to the hunt for the murderer of a heroic war veteran. The crimes are real; so be prepared for the hot action of the hunt, as the bad guys are brought to justice.