- Frank Sinatra
David's long career in the entertainment business started at London's prestigious Italia Conti Academy of Music & Dramatic Arts, where he trained for three years.
This prepared him for many acting roles and a spell with the respected 'Break A Leg' touring theatre company.
David's favourite role was as the drunken (it was real alcohol!) Doc Pearce in 'Calamity Jane' directed by Chris Wallis at the famous Unicorn Theatre in the heart of London. During this period,
David also appeared in various pantomimes throughout the country.
Television appearances include 'Lovejoy' and 'Inspector Allan' for BBC and most recently 'Never Never' for Channel Four.
These acting skills have certainly been useful throughout David's career as although he is known as a high quality cabaret performer, it is his unique portrayal and tribute to the legendary FRANK SINATRA that has brought him
rave reviews around the world and earned him the respect of both his audiences and fellow professionals.
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