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In 1994, Worth was among the featured guests at the first ConventioCon ExpoFest-A-Rama. During his ConventioCon appearance, Worth revealed (among other things) that when he was first hired as the writer/director of Warrior of the Lost World, the producers showed him an already-designed poster for the film and instructed him to create a movie around it. He also appeared on a DVD interview discussing that same film when the episode was officially released.
Worth later directed many low-rent to independent quality films as well as was the director of photography for many of them. He also was a second-unit director on occasion. His other credits include: Bronco Billy, Any Which Way You Can (both with Clint Eastwood), Innerspace (with Dennis Quaid), Bloodsport, American Tigers (with Joe Estevez), True Vengeance (with Daniel Bernhardt), The Prophet's Game (with Robert Ginty and Michael Dorn), the Shark Attack trilogy (with Casper Van Dien), McCinsey's Island (with Robert Vaughn), Time Lapse (with Dina Meyer) and House at the End of the Drive (with Lance Henriksen).
- David Worth at the Internet Movie Database