David was an actor in England for 30 years, working with the Royal Shakespeare Company, the National Theatre Company, in London’s West End and in innumerable TV series and films. He has appeared on Broadway twice and performed Shakespeare across the USA. During those 30 years, he worked with many of the greats of the British theater, including Laurence Olivier, Anthony Hopkins, Ian Mckellen, Judi Dench, Trevor Nunn and Nicholas Hytner.
He trained under John Barton and Cecily Berry at the RSC, and taught at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. He is an accredited Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voice Work. He currently teaches classical work in the Senior Acting Studio and voice and speech to the junior Acting majors. He has directed “The Philadelphia Story” and John Ford’s “Tis Pity She’s a Whore” for the Brind School and appeared as Dr. Wilbur Larch in the school’s production of John Irving’s “The Cider House Rules.”
In Philadelphia, David has performed professionally with the Arden Theatre Company, Walnut Street Theatre, Bristol Riverside Theatre, the Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre, 1812 Productions, Interact Theatre Company, People’s Light and Theatre, Lantern Theatre, the Wilma Theatre and the Philadelphia Orchestra.