Originally from Middlesex, England, David can always remember being drawn to the stage and fondly remembers his first role, as one of the ugly sisters, at a primary school play. David continued acting throughout school and college and was a member of the London Borough Youth Theatre, where he played roles such as Eddie in Willy Russel’s Blood Brothers, Michael in Frank McGuinness's Someone Who'll Watch over Me, and Jimmy in John Osborne’s Don’t Look Back in Anger.
David took a break from acting – a rather long one – to study and pursue a career in psychology. After attaining an undergraduate degree and a masters he successfully gained a place on a doctorate course at Edinburgh University. After moving into his second-year, David dusted off his acting shoes with Threepenny Theatricals by playing Lob in J.M. Barrie's Dear Brutus. He is now very excited to be returning to Threepenny and cannot wait for you to meet Sergeant Penny in Agatha Christie's The Hollow.
When not studying or indulging his ego on stage, David spends his time sampling whisky and beer, exploring the countryside, and gaming (much to the chagrin of his partner).