Selected Acting Credits

Monsieur Thenardier- Les Miserables- 2008- The Regent Centre Christchurch (for Theatre 2000)

Eros/The Clown- Antony and Cleopatra- 2011- Warwick Arts Centre Studio dir. Josh Elliott & Clare Byrne

Mamet- Potato- 2011- Warwick Arts Centre Studio dir. Ben Borowiecki

Zeus- Innocent and the Thunderbolt- 2011- Milburn House Warwick University/Cox’s Yard Stratford-Upon-Avon (for Ginterval) dir. Clare Byrne

Maurice- Beauty and the Beast- 2012- Warwick Arts Centre Theatre dir. Alastair Hill

Hector- The History Boys- 2012- Warwick Arts Centre Studio dir. Rupert Hands

Ensemble- The Improvised Musical 2012/13- Warwick Arts Centre Studio dir. Robert Kelly

Albert Godby- Still Life- 2012- C Aquila, Edinburgh Fringe (for Dead Posh) dir. Steve Dineen

Volunteer Actor/Stage Manager- YouMeBumBumTrain 2012- Stratford, London

Malvolio- Twelfth Night- 2012- Warwick Arts Centre Studio dir. Matt Bent

George- Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf- 2013- Humanities Studio Warwick University (for Dead Posh) dir. Katharine Farmer

Acting Ensemble for Columbia's MFA in Directing 2014-2016

Reviews for my acting

‘Hilarious’ (The Times)

‘The most compelling and engaging actor is cast as ticket inspector Albert; I enjoyed his appearances immensely, and seethed with secret resentment towards Alec and Laura, whose self-obsessed moping so often interrupted Albert’s much more gratifying tale.’ (Fringe Guru)

‘The peripheral characters of salty Albert (David Levesley) the station master and tea shop owner Myrtle… ...steal every scene.’ (The Skinny)

“David Levesley was born to play the loveable Hector... ...He dramatised the character in a much more dynamic way than an older actor would have done, breathed a new life into a character I thought I knew so well.” (The Boar)