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DAVID WHITWORTH - ACTOR

David last appeared at GEST in The Woman In Black by Stephen Mallatratt and Susan Hill (2014).
His most recent theatre work includes The Wind of Heaven by Emlyn Williams at the Finborough Theatre. Other recent theatre work includes Skin (Old Red Lion), Lilies and Sweets (the Pleasance), A Day by the Sea (Southwark Playhouse), French Without Tears (English Touring Theatre), In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel (Charing Cross Theatre), Aladdin (Aylesbury, Milton Keynes and Bristol Hippodrome),  Sleeping Beauty (Waterside, Aylesbury).
David is an Associate of the Orange Tree theatre and among many productions going back to the 1970s are: French Without Tears, The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd,  The Thunderbolt, Mary Goes First, A Journey to London, Double Double, Trifles, Sauce for the Goose, King Lear, Magnificence.
David has a long association with the Open Air Theatre in Regent’s Park and appeared in Pride and Prejudice, Romeo and Juliet, Twelfth Night, Much Ado About Nothing, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Henry V, As You Like It, The Dark Lady of the Sonnets, Love’s Labour’s Lost and The Two Noble Kinsmen.
Other favourite jobs include Classical Studies by David K Barnes (Arcola), The Second Mrs Tanqueray (Rose Theatre Kingston), London Assurance (National Theatre), Wuthering Heights (Birmingham Rep and National Tour), The Mousetrap (St Martin’s Theatre). He is a regular member of the Read Not Dead company at the Sam Wanamaker theatre at Shakespeare’s Globe.
Films include: Love’s Kitchen, Little Dorrit.
TV includes: Alan Titchmarsh Show, The Bill, Nicholas Nickleby, Jasper Carrott, Big Deal, Poldark, Miss Jones and Son, Colditz, Z Cars, Coronation Street, A Family at War, Barlow, Armchair Theatre.