David "Davey" Jaworski is a character in the 1982 film Grease 2.
He is portrayed by Leif Green.
The youngest, smallest, most awkward of the T-Birds. Fresh faced and curly-haired, he was kind of a male version of Dolores, but not as spirited and cocky, and he had to work harder than the other T-Birds at appearing `cool'. He was also a year younger than the rest of the T-Birds because he got put up a year in Grammar school. He was also a follower, but being a year younger than the others, it was hard to catch up.
As Davey wasn't as financially `gifted' as his compatriots, he was the only T-Bird who was bereft of his own motorized transportation, therefore had to ride in Goose's motorcycle's side-car. He wore the same style of leather jacket as Johnny, but a red-white plaid shirt, and reddish-tinted cycling goggles.
Despite Davey's desire to be seen as `cool', he actually showed more common sense than his compatriots, who were overconfident in their Talent Show abilities. He saw that they needed a load of practice.
Of course, like the other T-Birds, he was overconfident in the ways of dealing with hoodlums like the Cycle Lords. At the Bowl-A-Rama, when the T-Birds went to fight Leo Balmudo, whom they thought was alone, they were outnumbered, and swiftly retreated.
Dolores informed him that Balmudo was `getting his face mangled' by the T-Birds. Davey burst through the doors of the Bowl-A-Rama, ready for a fight... or at least assist in some way, blurting out, "Hey, where is that rat-face, Bal..muu..??" And then saw that he was surrounded. Before Balmudo could mangle Davey, Lone Rider zoomed in and saved him.
Ultimately, Davey finally got himself a girlfriend, Dolores Rebchuck.