In this section we offer an in depth look at
some of David's most popular film work.
Release Date: 2014 | Character: Doug
Divorcing couple Doug and Abi take
their three children on a chaotic holiday to Scotland to celebrate a family birthday...
Release Date: Spring 2013 | Character: TBC
Everyone’s favourite postie, Postman Pat, comes face to face with the dark side of the fame dream when he enters
a national TV talent show and the demons of money.
Release Date: November 2012 | Character: Donald Peterson / Roderick Peterson
An anxious teacher who starts a new job at an under-achieving school and quickly finds himself struggling to cope with
a wild classroom assistant, a group of under-performing kids and his own very pregnant wife.
Release Date: March 2012 | Character: Charles Darwin.
A delicious confection of piracy on the high seas. A comedy adventure based on two books from the cult 'Pirates!' series
by Gideon Defoe.
Release Date: March 2012 |Character: James Arbor
Romantic Comedy focusing on the wedding of famous film star, her writer boyfriend and the local girl he falls in
Release Date: 19th August 2011(US) 2nd September (UK) | Charcter: Peter Vincent
Remake of the 1980's vampire horror.
Release Date 31st March 2010 | Character: Spitelout
David voices the charcter Spitelout in the new movie verison of Cressida Cowell's How To Train Your Dragon.
Release Date: 20th November 2009 | Character: Hector
Glorious 39 is set between present-day London and the idyllic Norfolk countryside in the lead up to the
Second World War.
The girls embark on a rollercoaster-style treasure hunt for the legendary Fritton’s Gold, which sees them face
the villainous Pomfrey.
Shakespeare's great tragedy of a young man haunted by his father's ghost and driven to the edge of madness.
Release Date: November 2005 | Character: Barty Crouch Jr.
It's Harry's fourth year at Hogwarts and he faces danger again.
Release Date: 1998 | Character Richard
Romantic comedy adapted from Richard Rayner's autobiographical novel about a series of Hollywood misadventure.