DAVID OSMOND by Michael Wharley
Photo: Michael Wharley
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70-72 Clifton Street, London EC2A 4HB
Phone: 020 7739 8865
E-mail: info@simonhow.com
WWW: www.simonhow.com
Height:5'7" (170cm)
Weight:10st. (64kg)
Playing Age:16 - 30 years
Eye Colour:Blue
Hair Colour:Blond(e)
Hair Length:Short


Stage Film Television Further Credits
2017, Stage, Tony Wendice, Dial M For Murder, Nottingham Playhouse and Tour, Karen Henson
2017, Stage, Gordon Whitehouse, Dangerous Corner, Nottingham Playhouse, Karen Henson
2017, Stage, Demetrius, Thisbe, Theatre Royal Stratford East and Tour, Roberta Zuric
2016, Stage, The Pianist/Various, Lady Chatterley's Lover, Sheffield Crucible/ETT, Phillip Breen
2016, Stage, Demetrius, Thisbe, Waterloo Vaults Festival, Roberta Zuric
2015, Stage, Dan, Night Must Fall by Emlyn Williams, Theatre Royal Nottingham, Jeremy Lloyd Thomas
2015, Stage, Richard Enfield, Jekyll and Hyde, Theatre Royal Nottingham, Nicholas Briggs
2014, Stage, The Captain, Each Slow Dusk by Rory Mullarkey, Pentabus, Elizabeth Freestone
2014, Stage, Stephen Carter/Luigi, Murder on Air, Bill Kenwright Ltd., Joe Harmston
2013, Stage, Prince Rupert/Various, Silly Kings (R&D), National Theatre of Wales, Jo Davies
2013, Stage, Bertie Buckwheat, Gilbert and Sullivan Abridged, Nick Brook Ltd. No. 1 Tour, Joe Harmston
2012, Stage, Young Ebenezer, A Christmas Carol, Northampton Royal and Derngate, Gary Sefton
2012, Stage, Jorgen, St John's Night by Henrik Ibsen, Jermyn Street Theatre, Anthony Biggs
2012, Stage, Michael Brown, Less Than Kind by Terence Rattigan, Guildford Yvonne Arnaud Theatre and Tour, Adrian Brown
2011, Stage, Bob, Humbug, Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Tim Baker
2011, Stage, Michael Brown, Less Than Kind by Terence Rattigan, Jermyn Street Theatre, Adrian Brown
2010, Stage, Sam Rodale, If I Were You by Alan Ayckbourn, Bill Kenwright Ltd., Alan Ayckbourn/Joe Harmston
2010, Stage, Edmund Timms, Lark Rise to Candleford, Bill Kenwright Ltd., Joe Harmston
2009, Stage, Fred/Young Ebenezer, A Christmas Carol, Sherman Cymru, Amy Hodge
2009, Stage, Horace, The School For Wives, Upstairs at the Gatehouse, Adrian Brown (FRINGE REPORT BEST PRODUCTION)
2009, Stage, Spend Spend Spend, Watermill Theatre, Craig Revel Horwood (TMA BEST MUSICAL)
2009, Stage, Dino, Saturday Night by Stephen Sondheim, Jermyn Street Theatre/Arts Theatre, Tom Littler
2008, Stage, Nephew, The Good Soul of Szechuan, Young Vic Theatre, Richard Jones
2008, Stage, The History Boys, National Theatre, Nick Hytner/Paul Miller
2008, Stage, Pagliacci, ENO at the London Coliseum, Richard Jones
2007, Stage, SATB by Meredith Oakes, Battersea Arts Centre, Annie Castledine
2006, Stage, Antigonus & The Clown, The Winter's Tale, Rose Bruford College, Thomasina Unsworth
2012, Feature Film, Michael (Lead), Trapped, Viewfinder Productions/Rialto Film AG, Philippe Weibel
2012, Television, Head Etonian, Alison Jackson Comedy Pilot, BBC Three, Alison Jackson
Further Credits
2017, Concert, Newspaper Boy/Foley, The Disappearance of Miss Bebb, Kalisher Trust Gala, Middle Temple Hall, Joe Harmston
2015, Animation, Lead Boyband Singer, Lego Friends "Hot Dog Song", Lego Group Ltd, Tim Ross
2015, Concert, Swan Williams/Foley, Send For Paul Temple, Kalisher Trust Gala, Middle Temple Hall, Joe Harmston (Starring Stanley Tucci)
2014, Radio, Russell Adams/Richard Pearson, The Meteor Man/War of the Worlds, Invisible Theatre/Hope and Anchor Theatre, Eve D'Alton
2014, Short Film, Rev John McKenny, Eastward Ho, Applecart, Peter Moreton
2014, Workshop, RABBIT PROJECT, Jermyn Street Theatre, Anthony Biggs
2013, Rehearsed Reading, Simon, Kindness, Goldhawk/BBC Radio 4, Peter Darney
2012, Workshop, D, Halves, Em-Lou Productions, Peter Darney
2010, Voice Over, Various, Pearson Education
2010, Rehearsed Reading, Manny, Acre Hill, Nameless Theatre, Steve Hubbard
2009, Commercial, Button Nose Ben (Featured), Vodafone - 360 "Nose", Stink, Brian Lee Hughes
2009, Radio, Dino - Stephen Sondheim's "Saturday Night", In Tune, BBC Radio 3
2008, Workshop, Riders to the Sea, ENO, Fiona Shaw
2008, Workshop, Macbeth, National Theatre, Carl Heap


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Standard, Cardiff, Cockney, French, Geordie, Liverpool, Northern, RP*, Welsh-Standard*
(* = Native/Fluent)
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Accordion*, Choral Singing*, Double Bass, Keyboards*, Organ, Piano*, Sight-Reading*, Tenor*
Performance:Actor-Musician, Comedy, Musical Comedy, Musician-Professional
(* = highly skilled)
Badminton, Golf, Skiing, Squash, Swimming, Tennis
Other Skills:Composer, Computer Literate


Rose Bruford College