David Harewood

David Harewood

David Harewood recently starred as William F. Buckley in Best of Enemies at the Noel Coward Theatre, alongside Zachary Quinto.

David Harewood was born in Birmingham and trained as an actor at London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

He is best known for his roles in TV series and movies, including Homeland, Supergirl, The Night Manager, Man in The High Castle, Ten Percent, and Blood Diamond

His critically acclaimed BBC documentary Psychosis and Me received a BAFTA nomination for best documentary.

His book includes Maybe I Don’t Belong Here.

Theatre credits include: Best of Enemies, Peribanez (Young Vic); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Theatre for a New Audience); Welcome To Thebes, Henry IV, His Dark Materials (National Theatre); The Mountaintop (Trafalgar Studios/Theatre 503); An Oak Tree, Bad ‘Nuff (Soho Theatre); Woyzeck (St. Ann’s Warehouse, New York Grassmarket Project); Exonerated (Riverside Studios); The Misanthrope (Minerva Chichester); Othello (RNT World Tour); Antony and Cleopatra (Public Theatre NY/Alley Theatre, Texas & Tour/Riverside Studios); Pinchy Cobi & The 7 Duppies, Worlds Apart (Stratford East); King Lear (Talawa Theatre Company); Othello, Black Poppies (Stratford East/NT Studio); Anowa (Gate Theatre).

TV credits include: Homeland Series 1 & 2 (SHOWTIME), The Night Manager (BBC), Supergirl Seasons 1-6 (CW), Madiba (BET), Beowulf (ITV), Selfie (ABC), By Any Means (BBC), The Vice 1-5 (ITV), Treasure Island (Sky), Hustle (BBC), Dr. Who (BBC).

Film credits includes: Free In Deed, Blood Diamond, Mad Dogs and Englishmen, I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now, Separate Lies, The Merchant of Venice, The Hot Potato.

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