Acting CareerCharvet born in Lyon, France to Paul Guez and Christiane Charvet caught his big break in 1992 on the American television program Baywatch as Matt Brody. He was credited as David Charvet on the program, using his mother's maiden name rather than his actual family name. He remained on Baywatch for three full seasons, until 1995.Charvet also appeared as Craig Field on Melrose Place from 1996–98. Between 1995–99, he appeared in Seduced and Betrayed, Derby, Angel Flight Down and Meet Prince Charming. Charvet left acting in 1999 to concentrate on his musical career.After a musical career spanning around seven years, Charvet returned in 2006 to acting in a movie directed by Roger Christian called Prisoners of the Sun which was only completed and released in 2013. He also appeared in the film Green Flash also known as Beach Kings.In 2009, he took part in ABC's summer reality show The Superstars and came in third with his partner Lisa Leslie. In 2010, he was a contestant in the French reality show La Ferme Célébrités (French version of The Farm). The show was broadcast on TF1.Music careerAfter successful runs at Baywatch and Melrose Place in the 1990s, Charvet decided to return to France with a 5-album signed contract with Universal Music Group France as a recording artist. During a span of seven years, he released three pop rock studio albums with self-titled David Charvet in 1997, Leap of Faith in 2002 and Se laisser quelque chose in 2004. His materials catered for English and French language listeners for a wider spectrum of audiences. His debut single "Should I Leave", a bilingual hit in French and English reached Top 3 in France and also charted in Belgium and Sweden. His bilingual hit "Jusqu'au bout"/"Leap of Faith" also reached #6 in France followed by the bilingual "Apprendre à aimer"/"Teach Me How to Love" that made it to the french Top 20 and was a hit in Belgium, Switzerland and the Netherlands. Charvet sold over 2.5 million albums. He toured extensively throughout Europe and Asia, performing for packed arenas, writing music in the process. He collaborated with top songwriters such as Ty Lacy and Steve Power, and recorded duets with both Bryan Adams and Seal.InterestsIn June 2010, Charvet joined The Blue Seals, a non profit organization aimed at providing a rapid response to environmental emergencies, focusing on oceans preservation, and is member of its Board of Directors. The non profit works on raising awareness on the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, helping French company Ecoceane's ships designed to collect floating waste and hydrocarbons to take part in the cleaning.Personal lifeCharvet was born in Lyon, France. His father is the Tunisian Jewish businessman Paul Guez the founder of the Sasson brand of jeans in the 1980s. His mother, Christiane Charvet, is French. He was raised in a Jewish household.He won a green card through the Morrison visa lottery in the early 1990s. Until recently, Charvet lived in his native France, where he toured (among other parts of Europe) as a singer.Charvet and Brooke Burke (not to be confused with fellow Baywatch alum Brooke Burns) have two children together: a daughter, Heaven Rain (born January 8, 2007), and a son, Shaya Braven (born March 5, 2008). Brooke already had two daughters, Neriah and Sierra, from her first marriage to plastic surgeon Garth Fisher. David and Brook officially married on August 12, 2011 with Brooke announcing that she would be taking her husband's last name and be known as Brooke Burke Charvet and reside in California. On November 8, 2012, Burke Charvet announced she had thyroid cancer and underwent surgery. On December 12, 2012, she made another announcement that all cancer had been removed.