David is an Associate Artist of the Royal Shakespeare Company and a Member of the Fight Directors Association of Great Britain.
American Assassin, Effie, The Bank Job , Act of God, Foolproof, The In-Laws, Live From Baghdad, Sabotage, Wing Commander, A Perfect Murder, Sunday, Deadly Voyage, Executive Decision, The Lucona Affair, Big Foot and the Hendersons, When the Whales Came, Iron Eagle, Gulag, Hunchback of Notre Dame, Song for Europe (Channel 4 - Best Actor Award, RTS Awards), Falcon and the Snowman, The Last Innocent Man (HBO - Best Actor, Ace Awards), Red Monarch (Channel 4 - Best Actor Award, Marseilles Film Festival) and A World Apart (Working Title - Best Actor Nomination, BAFTA).
The Price (West End) Pinter Season – The Collection (West End), The Importance Of Being Earnest (Vaudeville Theatre), The Last Confession (World Tour), Long Day's Journey Into Night (Apollo Theatre), All My Sons (Apollo Theatre), Complicit (The Old Vic), The Last Confession (West End and Chichester Festival Theatre), Once in A Lifetime (Royal National Theatre), Man and Boy (West End and No. 1 Tour), The Play What I wrote (West End), Amadeus (West End, London and Broadway), Saturday, Sunday, Monday (Chichester Festival Theatre), George in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at Aldwych Theatre (won Critic's Circle Award, nominated for Best Actor Evening Standard and Olivier Awards), What a Performance (Plymouth Theatre Royal and Queens Theatre), Oleanna (Royal Court and Duke of York's - Best Actor, Royal Variety Club), Timon of Athens (Young Vic - Best Actor, Evening Standard Awards) and Separation (Hampstead Theatre and Comedy Theatre - Olivier nomination for Best Actor). David has also acted extensively in the Regional Theatres including Liverpool, Birmingham, Chester, Exeter, Edinburgh Festival, Chichester Festival. An Associate Artist of The Royal Shakespeare Company he has played Iago in Othello, Shylock in The Merchant of Venice, Caliban in The Tempest, Bolingbroke in Richard II, Angelo in Measure for Measure (all nominated for Olivier Best Actor Awards).
His Dark Materials (BBC One), Press (BBC One), Capitaine Marleau and Sang et Lumiere (Canal+), Urban Myths: The Dali & The Cooper (Sky Arts), Peter Pan Goes Wrong (BBC), Doctor Who (BBC), Decline & Fall (BBC), Agatha Christie's Poirot (ITV Productions), Great Expectations (BBC 2), Richard II (BBC 2), Hidden (Origin Pictures/BBC One), Going Postal (Sky), Agatha Christie's Poirot (ITV Productions), Diverted (TV film Shaftesbury Films/Big Tree Productions), Agatha Christie’s Poirot (ITV Productions), Maxwell (BBC TV), Dracula (BBC TV), Flood (Power), Agatha Christie’s Poirot (Granada TV/A & E Television Networks), A Bear Named Winnie (Powercorp Prods.), Agatha Christie’s Poirot (Granada TV/A & E Television Networks), Henry VIII (Granada TV), George Carmen QC (BBC), NCS: The Series (BBC), The Way We Live Now (BBC), Murder In Mind - ‘Teacher’ (BBC), NCS: Manhunt (BBC), Victoria & Albert (BBC & A& E), Agatha Christie’s Poirot (Carnival Films in association with A&E Television Networks), RKO281 (HBO), Seesaw (LWT), Solomon (Lux & TNT USA), Moses (Lux & TNT USA), Secret Agent (BBC), Agatha Christie's Poirot (LWT - Best Actor nomination, BAFTA), Separation (BBC), Bingo (BBC), Once in a Lifetime (BBC), Cause Celebre (Anglia), Ulysees (LWT), Playing Shakespeare (LWT), Blott on the Landscape (BBC – Best Actor, BAFTA), The Life of Freud (BBC - Best Actor, RTS Awards) and The Muse (BBC).
The Kreutzer Sonata (Best Actor Award), Never Been Kissed in the Same Place Twice, Ironhand, First Night Impressions, The Merchant of Venice, Richard II, Debussy, Gorky on Tolstoy/Gorky on Chekhov, Wilkie Collins - Rich Pickings, The Shout, Rosenberg in the Trenches, Life of Chekhov and most recently the composer William Byrde in To Preserve the Health of Man (BBC Radio 3).