David Smith

Biography
David began his career at West Yorkshire Playhouse and has since worked extensively in theatre at all scales – from work created for small scale venues with North Country Theatre (“Northanger Abbey”, dir Nobby Dimon) and Compass Theatre (“The Proposal”, dir Neil Sissons) to high-profile mainstream work for The National Theatre (“Danton’s Death”, dir Michael Grandage) and the Donmar Warehouse (“Life is a Dream”, dir Jonathan Munby).

An excellent singer and classically trained guitarist, David is a proficient actor-musician, and equally experienced with the devising process as he is with a traditional script.

Most recently, David has worked predominantly on television and in film, with credits including “British Summer Time” (Channel 4), “Accused” (BBC), “Moving On” (BBC), “In The Club” (BBC), “Doctors” (BBC), “Five Days” (BBC), “Coronation Street” (ITV) & “Electricity” (Stone City Films). David recently completed filming a prominent role for an upcoming VR Game for a Bafta-winning immersive game developer – details to be announced in 2020.

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