David Solomon may refer to:
- David Solomon (TV producer), television director and producer
- David Solomon (writer), educator, scholar and writer
- David A. Solomon, technical consultant and author of books on Microsoft Windows
- David Solomon, sperm donor for the Suleman octuplets
- David Solomon, researcher and creator of the Solomon curve
- Dave Solomon (rugby) (1913–1997), New Zealand rugby footballer
- Dave Solomon (journalist) (1952–2011), Connecticut sportswriter and newspaper columnist
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2009-02-20) 1APK03 4.22 3 ... "Stage Fright" David Solomon Maurissa Tancharoen Jed Whedon February 27, 2009 (2009-02-27) 1APK04 4.13 4 ... "Gray Hour" Rod Hardy Sarah Fain Elizabeth Craft March ...
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... of the town of Providence, Arizona, David Solomon moved to New York City ... When his widowed mother Mary moved into his New York flat, David was forced to maintain the deception in fear that the truth would cause her a heart attack ... Thus, when he leaves for work, "Father David Solomon" is dressed as a priest on his way to his chapel, but in the elevator he switches to casual clothes which he wears as Lieutenant David Solomon aka "Soda" of the NYPD ...
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