DAVID OAKES

DAVID OAKES by James Joyce
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Artist's Website: www.davidoakes.co.uk
Location:London, United Kingdom
Height:6' (182cm)
Weight:12st. 5lb. (78kg)
Playing Age:26 - 35 years
Appearance:White
Other:Equity
Eye Colour:Hazel
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Mid Length
Voice Quality:Clear
Voice Character:Expansive
  

Credits:

David is currently shooting “You” in Rome and Dresden about the art of Raphael and Vassily Grossman, and earlier finished on the film adaptation of Tan Twan Eng's Booker Prize winning novel, "The Garden of Evening Mists". He was most recently seen on-stage in David Ives' two-hander "Venus in Fur" alongside Natalie Dormer and directed by Patrick Marber, reprising the role of Prince Ernest in ITV's "Victoria", and in the psychological thriller "Cold Skin" alongside Ray Stevenson.

Film Television Stage Rehearsed Reading Radio Short Film Further Credits
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Film
2018, Feature Film, Frederick, The Garden of Evening Mists, HBO, Tom Lin
2017, Feature Film, Friend, Cold Skin, Babieka Films, Xavier Gens
2014, Feature Film, Martin Prentis, Sins of a Father, Granite Films, Andrew Piddington
2013, Feature Film, Adrian, Love by Design, Solar Indie Junction, Michael Damien
2013, Feature Film, Sam Wainwright, The Death of Father Christmas, Stephen Wallis
2012, Feature Film, David Potter, [email protected], Agresywna Banda, Alessandro Leone
2011, Feature Film, Justin, Truth or Dare, Corona Pictures, Robert Heath
Television
2017, Television, Prince Ernest, Victoria (Season Two), Mammoth Screen / ITV / PBS, Lisa James Llarsson, Geoff Sax, Jim Loach, et al
2016, Television, Prince Ernest, Victoria, Mammoth Screen / ITV / PBS, Tom Vaughan, Sandra Goldbacher & Olly Blackburn
2015, Television, William Payne, The Living and the Dead, BBC, Sam Donovan
2015, Television, Jocelyn "Joss" Bixby, Endeavour, Mammoth Screen / ITV, Sandra Goldbacher
2013, Television, George Duke of Clarence, The White Queen, BBC / Starz / Company Pictures, James Kent, Jamie Payne et al
2013, Television, Kim Philby, Kim Philby: His Most Intimate Betrayal, BBC, Francis Whately
2012, Television, Victor Silver, Ripper Street, BBC, Andy Wilson
2012, Television, Bishop Henri, World Without End, Tandem / Scott Free, Michael Caton-Jones
2012, Television, Juan Borgia, The Borgias (Season Two), Showtime, Neil Jordan, David Leland et al
2011, Television, Juan Borgia, The Borgias, Showtime, Neil Jordan, John Maybury et al
2010, Television, William Hamleigh, Pillars of the Earth, Scott Free / Tandem Comms. / Muse Ent., Sergio Mimica-Gezzan
2009, Television, Ross Bonham, Trinity, ITV/Roughcut TV, Colin Teague & Stephen Woolfenden
2009, Television, George Cavendish, The Mind of a Tyrant, Red House Dox Productions/Channel 4, David Sington
2008, Television, Oswald Hennessey, Walter's War, BBC Television, Alrick Riley
2008, Television, Alfred Lord Tennyson (Episode 6), Bonekickers, BBC/Mammoth/Monastic, Iain B McDonald
Stage
2017, Stage, Thomas Novachek, Venus in Fur, Theatre Royal Haymarket, Patrick Marber
2015, Stage, Banquo, Trial of Macbeth, Noël Coward Theatre, Christopher Haydon
2014, Stage, Christopher Marlowe, Shakespeare In Love, Sonia Friedman / Disney / Cheek By Jowl, Declan Donnellan
2013, Stage, Darcy, Pride and Prejudice, Regents Park Open Air Theatre, Deborah Bruce
2011, Stage, Slasher / Bagshaw, Slasher & Crasher / Grimshaw, Bagshaw & Bradshaw, Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond, Henry Bell
2009, Stage, Hugh, All The Little Things We Crushed (World Premiere), Almeida Theatre, Simon Godwin
2009, Stage, Gregory Greenfinch, Duel in the Dark, Dog Ate Cake / Canal Cafe Theatre, Henry Bell
2008, Stage, Mortimer, Mary Stuart, Traverse Theatre, Edingburgh, Aida Karic
2008, Stage, Raleigh, Journey's End [DAILY TELEGRAPH Top Ten Play of 2008], Mercury Theatre Colchester, Tony Casement
2008, Stage, Davide, Old Vic New Voices: The 24 Hour Plays, Old Vic New Voices, Abdul Shayek
2007, Stage, Dumaine, Love's Labour's Lost, Shakespeare's Globe, Dominic Dromgoole
2007, Stage, Bedford/Pinckney, We The People (World Premiere), Shakespeare's Globe, Charlotte Westenra
2007, Stage, Orsino, Twelfth Night, Sam Wanamaker Festival 2007, John Hartoch
2006, Stage, Claudio, Much Ado About Nothing, RSC Young Person's Shakespeare, John Hartoch
2006, Stage, Hamlet, Hamlet, Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, Andrew Normington
Rehearsed Reading
2015, Rehearsed Reading, Knightley, Emma, Michael Fry
2015, Rehearsed Reading, Armanus, The Faithful Friends, Read Not Dead / Shakespeare's Globe, Martin Hodgson
2014, Rehearsed Reading, Ottavio, Duchess of Amalfi's Steward, Read Not Dead / Shakespeare's Globe, Martin Hodgson
2014, Rehearsed Reading, Lissius, Love's Victory, Read Not Dead / Shakespeare's Globe, Martin Hodgson
2014, Rehearsed Reading, Roberto, The Insatiate Countess, Read Not Dead / Shakespeare's Globe, Frances Marshall
2014, Rehearsed Reading, Subtle, Amends for Ladies, Read Not Dead / Shakespeare's Globe, James Wallace
2013, Rehearsed Reading, Ned Alleyn / Mercutio, Shakespeare in Love, Sonia Friedman Productions/Disney/Cheek by Jowl, Declan Donnellan
2013, Rehearsed Reading, Federico Garcia Lorca, Then I Realised I'd Been Murdered, Finborough Theatre, Daniel Burgess
2013, Rehearsed Reading, Duke of Sienna, Women Pleased, Read Not Dead / Shakespeare's Globe, Frances Marshall
2013, Rehearsed Reading, Scribble, Polly Honeycombe, Oxford Uni / J.Hodgson Theatre Research Trust, Colin Blumenau
2013, Rehearsed Reading, Merlin, The Birth of Merlin, Read Not Dead / Shakespeare's Globe, Martin Hodgson
2013, Rehearsed Reading, Cupid, Gallathea, Read Not Dead / Shakespeare's Globe, James Wallace
2013, Rehearsed Reading, Bentley, Half an Hour After Supper, Oxford Uni / J.Hodgson Theatre Research Trust, Colin Blumenau
2012, Rehearsed Reading, Segismundo, Life is a Dream (La Vida Es Sueno), Read Not Dead / Shakespeare's Globe, James Wallace
2012, Rehearsed Reading, Wellborn, A New Way To Pay Old Debts, Read Not Dead / Shakespeare's Globe, James Wallace
2012, Rehearsed Reading, Aurelias, Taming Of A Shrew, Read Not Dead / Shakespeare's Globe, Martin Hodgson
2012, Rehearsed Reading, Lorenzo, The Spanish Tragedy, Read Not Dead / Shakespeare's Globe, James Wallace
2010, Rehearsed Reading, Prince Hal, Henry IV, Read Not Dead / Shakespeare's Globe, James Wallace
2010, Rehearsed Reading, James Blade, Old Boy, Anthony Field Associates Ltd., Russell Bender
2009, Rehearsed Reading, Ingenioso, The Return from Parnassus, Read Not Dead / Shakespeare's Globe, James Wallace
2009, Rehearsed Reading, The Joy of Christmas, Salisbury Playhouse, Philip Wilson
2008, Rehearsed Reading, Geta, Bassianus, Shakespeare's Globe, James Wallace
2008, Rehearsed Reading, Arostus, Gorboduc, Read Not Dead / Shakespeare's Globe, Oliver Senton
2008, Rehearsed Reading, Montanus, Love's Metamorphoses, Read Not Dead / Shakespeare's Globe, James Wallace
2008, Rehearsed Reading, Bill, Fiesta: The Sun Also Rises, Old Vic New Voices / Old Vic Theatre, Alex Helfrecht
2008, Rehearsed Reading, Tailby, Your Five Gallants, Read Not Dead / Shakespeare's Globe, James Wallace
2008, Rehearsed Reading, Beaufort, The Witlings, Orange Tree Theatre, Imogen Bond
Radio
2018, Radio, Richie, Foiled (Series 2), BBC / Rubber Chicken
2017, Radio, Richie, Foiled (Series 1), BBC / Rubber Chicken
2008, Radio, Charles Stringham, A Dance to the Music of Time, Fiction Factory / BBC Radio 4, John Taylor
2009, Radio, Joe Mott, O! The Endeavour and the Murder!, Fitzrovia Radio Hour, Jon Edgley-Bond
2008, Radio, Cardinal Richelieu / Captain Midnight, Past! Present! Future!, Fitzrovia Radio Hour, Jon Edgley Bond
2008, Radio, Lorre, The Horror! The Horror! The Horror!, Fitzrovia Radio Hour, Jon Edgley-Bond
2007, Radio, Rev. Stanley Gay, Gilbert without Sullivan: The Elixir of Love, Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, Sue Wilson
Short Film
2018, Short Film, Brandon, You, Moolmore Films, Nicola Abbatangelo
2015, Short Film, Father, Night Feed, Film Four, Christian James
2014, Short Film, Narrator, Startling Analysis, Zzoutake Films, Alexander Newman
2013, Short Film, Harry, Goblin, Multistory Films, Christian James
2013, Short Film, Phao, Sapho and Phao, Illuminations Media, James Wallace
2012, Short Film, Bereaved Man, Who Shall I Play With Now?, Dog Ate Cake, Henry Bell
2009, Short Film, Lt Michael Reece, Own Worst Enemy, Grosvenor TV, David Tucker
Further Credits
2014, Voice Over, Narrator, Asian Tsunami: The Deadliest Wave, ITN Productions
2014, Workshop, Joan Littlewood's "Fun Palace", National Theatre Studio, Mel Brimfield
2014, Voice Over, Narrator, Lost At Sea: Flight MH370, ITN Productions
2011, Voice Over, Narrator, Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury Cathedral, Ash Mills
2009, Voice Over, Narrator, Odyssey, Oxford University Press, Dick Capel-Davies
2009, Voice Over, Narrator, Ovid Metamorphoses, Oxford University Press, Dick Capel-Davies
2009, Commercial, ORANGE MOBILE, Castel Films
2009, Workshop, Theatre, Theatre Royal Haymarket, Patterson Joseph
2008, Workshop, George, How Stout You're Getting, Dog Ate Cake / Canal Cafe Theatre, Henry Bell
2008, Workshop, Barker, A Phenomenon in a Smock Frock, Dog Ate Cake / Canal Cafe Theatre, Henry Bell

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-New York, American-Southern States, American-Standard, Bristol, Cockney, Dorset, East European, French, Hampshire, Lancashire, London, Manchester, Northern, RP*, Scottish-Standard, Somerset
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, French
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Aerobics*, Ballet, Bass-Baritone*, Clarinet*, Country Dancing*, Folk Dancing*, Jazz Dancing, Period Dancing*, Tap
Performance:Musician-Professional, Singer-Professional, Voice Over
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Archery, Canoe*, Horse-jumping, Horse-riding*, Medieval Sword Fighting*, Rowing, Rugby*, Sailing*, Skiing, Stage Combat*
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Computer Literate, Director, Improvisation, Journalist, Juggling, Narration, Painting, Stilt Walking

Training:

Bristol Old Vic Theatre School: 2005-2007