Previous unpaid speaking roles
- UK Cockney
- UK English
- UK Posh
- UK Scottish
- USA Southern
March 2018. Auditioned as improvised Australian Hero Alistair "Walt" McKenzie VC 4th Queensland Light Horse Artillery for University of Suffolk Department of Digital Film Production.
April 2018. Arthur in "Arthur," by Oliver Mackinlay. A short film for UoS Digital Film Production first year students practical examination.
March 2019. Filmed "Spectre" acting as the Homeless Man with the University of Westminster Film School, Directed by Lenny Spriggs-Cheverton.
April 2019. Filmed "Take Your Staples and Shove it" acting as the ruthless business owner Wilfred Prescott. For the University of Suffolk Digital Film.
April 2019. Filmed "Backfire" acting as Dr Aaron. For the University of Suffolk Digital Film.
May 2019. Murray Goldfleck in "The Patcher" with the London Film School Masters students, directed by Maya Wills.
June 2019. Polish Police Chief Commissioner in 'Ivan' an independent film from Roland Oliver Director, footage awaited.
September 2019. The Old Junkie in 'Bloodstream' an independent film from Shaoqi Hu Director, footage awaited.
October 2019. The Pope in 'Lazer-Pope' an independent film from Arthur Studholme & Cosmo Wellings, footage awaited.
November 2019. Justin Gilmore Wig Maker in 'Liz and Finn Buy a Wig' in B&W, with the London Film School, Directed by Shezah Salam.
December 2019. Winston Ainsworth in 'Mind the Gap' with Screenspace students Directed by Daniel Pietruszewski .
March 2020. Jack in 'At Bay' with UAL London College of Communication students Directed by Madelaine Harris.
September 2020. Fred in 'Petals' from award winning Director Laerke Charlotte Olsvig.
September 2020. Fitz in 'Jurassic Island' from Rebecca Matthews Proportion Productions.
September 2020 Albert in 'The End of the Tunnel' from Pietro di Bari of the MetFilmSchool.
'David gave a wonderful performance as Murray in my film 'The Patcher'. He was open and honest throughout the process which made creating the character together a real joy'.
From Maya Wills Director 'The Patcher' London Film School.
'David is very self aware as an actor being critical enough of his own performance to full embody the character. This resulted in a transformation into the mean and unsympathetic CEO Wilfred Prescott that seemed effortless on screen. He managed to project Prescott's snobbishness through well timed mannerisms that suited the comedic genre of the film very well'
From Bethany Clarke Director 'Take Your Staples and Shove It'.
'David was an enthusiastic actor who took every challenge in his stride. On a tough and fast paced location shoot he didn't grumble and was always ready for the next take. He was always analysing the character to better his performance and worked well with his fellow crew members.
From Madelaine Harris Director 'At Bay'.