David Oneal

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oooh, orphan 'David John Oneal (June 27, 1971 – ) is an American director, producer, writer, on-camera host and video editor best known for his documentary company( Extinct Attractions ) that chronicled Disneyland and theme park history. His videos were eventually archived at The Disney Studios and he worked with Roy Disney on creating these films as well as other notable people like Art Linkletter, Neil Patrick Harris, and John Stamos as well as numerous Disney Imaginners such as Bob Gurr, Alice Davis, X Atencio, and voice talents like Katherine Beaumont and Thurl Ravenscroft

He is also well known for his YouTube series called That Drone Show and International Drone Day ( a worldwide day where over 150 team captains in all corners of the world celebrate drones. A film called The Drone Invasion tells the story of this worldwide day was directed by David Oneal and stars world-famous hypnotist Anthony Cools.

David owns a digital marketing and events company called Wildly Creative Marketing. The company produced the first ever broadcast and social media for the Vuzix CES 2017 Drone Racing Cup, the International Drone Expo Racing Cup as well as the SoCalMaker Drone Racing Cup. David hosts the Interdrone Drone Film Festival held every year in Las Vegas and has done so since 2015. His company also produces the Drone Light Show. That features 30 drones being controlled by one operator.

David was also a producer and on camera host on national cable network Wealth TV. David's created a series called Notes from the future, as well as a series about Super Cars, theme parks, exotic hotels, and yachts. David Oneal did the first 3D television broadcast from the consumer electronic show (CES) 2011 in Las Vegas.

He was also an episodic television editor working on the finishing of major prime time network series in the late 1990s and early 2000s. David worked on shows such as Friends, Walker Texas Ranger, Suddenly Susan, Sabrina the teenage witch, and the NBC crime drama Profiler. IN 2000, David Oneal delivered the first all digital cut that was finished on an Avid Symphony System.

Career

Early Career

David's first job was at a McDonald's in 1987 in Seal Beach, Ca. He was living in a foster home at the time and worked at the drive through window