About David Harbour
David Harbour recently starred in the world premiere of Mad House – a dark and funny new play from American playwright, tv script writer and novelist, Theresa Rebeck.
David Harbour is perhaps best known for the character of Jim Hopper in the world-wide hit Netflix series Stranger Things for which he won the SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series and Critics Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series, and was nominated for Emmy and Golden Globe Awards for Best Supporting Actor.
Harbour is also known for his roles in Marvel’s Back Widow opposite Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh; American super hero film Hell Boy; Bond film Quantum of Solace; fantasy action film Suicide Squad and Revolutionary Road with Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.
David Harbour made his West End debut playing the handsome young character Nick in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at the Apollo Theatre in 2006. The production, led by Kathleen Turner and Bill Irwin as Martha and George, was a smash hit on Broadway with Harbour picking up a Tony Award nomination for Best Featured Actor in a Play.
David Harbour’s previous theatre roles
His theatre work includes Cal in Camo (Rattlestick Theater), Glengarry Glen Ross (Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre), Romeo and Juliet (Delacorte Theatre 50th Anniversary reading), The Merchant of Venice (Broadhurst Theatre), The Coast of Utopia: Part 1 – Voyage, The Coast of Utopia: Part 2 – Shipwreck, The Coast of Utopia: Part 3 – Salvage (Vivian Beaumont Theatre), Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Longacre Theater also Apollo Theatre in the West End), The Invention of Love (Lyceum Theatre), and The Rainmaker (Brooks Atkinson Theatre).
David Harbour’s film and tv roles
David Harbour’s television his work includes Star Wars: Visions, Q-Force, Big City Greens, The Simpsons, Animals, Drunk History, Crisis in Six Scenes, Banshee, State of Affairs, Manhattan, Rake, Elementary, Blue, The Newsroom, Midnight Sun, Pam Am, Royal Pains, Lie to Me, Law & Order, The Unit and Hack.
His film work includes Violent Night, Black Widow, No Sudden Move, Extraction, Hellboy, Human Affairs, Sleepless, Suicide Squad, Black Mass, The Equalizer, A Walk Among the Tombstones, X/Y, Parkland, Snitch, Knife Fight, Between Us, End of Watch, The Green Hornet, Every Day, State of Play, Quantum of Solace, Revolutionary Road, Awake, The Wedding Weekend, War of the Worlds, Brokeback Mountain, Confess, and Kinsey.
Mad House runs from 15 June until 4 September at the Ambassadors Theatre, London.