David is a classically trained British comic actor and writer from London currently based in Los Angeles.
He was awarded a DADA scholarship to attend the prestigious Bristol Old Vic Theatre School (2001-2003) and worked for over a decade in a variety of a theatrical and on-screen productions both in London and internationally before moving to Los Angeles in 2015.
In the US, David can currently be seen in the new network comedy Making History on FOX and in Criminal Minds, Beyond Borders on CBS. On the Big Screen David can be seen as Texan prison guard Joe Williams in feature film The Meanest Man in Texas co-starring alongside Mateus Ward and Jamie McShane.
Back in the UK David co-starred in the the BAFTA nominated BBC drama The Last Hours of Laura K, and in the IMDb award-winning short film Cancer Hair by Gail Hackston and award winning short Will You Marry Me? produced by filmmaker and world-renowned photographer Rankin. His collaborations have also led him to the Cannes Film Festival with comedian Darren Walsh in short comedy Zombeef.
David’s comedy writing has been seen on the London comedy circuit in sketch show Zeus Pamphlet which was Elle Magazine’s “Top Picks” for The Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2011. He also co-devised comedy characters for Denmark’s No.1 show The Crazy Christmas Cabaret, in Copenhagen (2007-2009), which notably sells out to over 60,000 people per season. In 2014 he began developing his first children’s theatre project, Captain Pancake for the UK Stage and as of 2016 David is currently developing his first web-comedy pilot in Los Angeles – Losing My Accent stars himself and Olivier-nominated actor David Fynn.
David is also professional voice-artist, with an excellent array of accents and characters on demand. Complete with his own home studio his recent commercial credits include: Nicorette, Virgin Atlantic, Britain’s Got Talent, Cadbury, Pfizer, and Nestle.
See his 2017 Resume HERE