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Jo Hole Associates

Agent: Jo Hole Associates
Theatre, Film and Television: 020 7928 8231 / [email protected]
Commercials: 020 7928 8231 / [email protected]
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David was born in Durban South Africa and at the age of 12 migrated with his family to Australia. He has been living and working as an actor/Director in UK and locations throughout Europe, Middle East and Far East and the USA for many years and is currenly commuting between UK and Germany.

Highlights on stage have ranged from THE MADNESS OF GEORGE 111 at the National Theatre directed by Nicholas Hytner and SOMEONE WHO'LL WATCH OVER ME at West Yorkshire Playhouse (dir: John Dove) to TRUE WEST at the Donmar Warehouse (dir: Matthew Warchus) and musicals CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG and MARY POPPINS in the West End and touring internationally.

On screen David has worked with directors including Richard Attenborough, Brian Gibson and Alan Parker in a range of movies from CRY FREEDOM to ALI G IN DA HOUSE and FLAWLESS starring Demi Moore and Michael Caine.

David most recently starred in LEAR/CORDELIA for 1684 Theatre and Giles Cole's touching new comedy THE WEATHERMEN premiered at Brighton Festival. He has the title role in recently-released REG short film (dir: Alex Corbett Butcher).

Languages: English, Afrikanns, German
Nationality: British
Bases: London, Leipzig Germany
Links: David Henry - Voices
Featured Credits
Alfred in THE WEATHERMAN by GILES COLE (2017)
Brighton Festival
Reg in REG (2017)
Alex Corbet Burcher/PCB
Lear in LEAR/CORDELIA (2016)
Ben Spiller and Luie Ingham/1623 Theatre Company
Mr. Cheerybles (series regular) in THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF NICK NICKLEBY
David Innes Edwards/BBC2
Admiral Boom/Bank Chairman in MARY POPPINS
Richard Eyre/Cameron Mackintosh/Disney
Lord Scrumptious 2002-2005 in CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG
Adrian Noble/Palladium/EON Productions
Saul Kimmer in TRUE WEST
Mathew Warchus/WYP/Donmar Warehouse
Michael in SOMEONE WHO'LL WATCH OVER ME
John Dove/West Yorkshire Playhouse
Charles Fox in THE MADNESS OF GEORGE III
Nick Hytner/National Theatre