David Peacock

David Peacock* (DOC) is an Actor/Director and a Registered Drama Therapist. He attended Arts Educational School, London UK where he studied drama on a three-year scholarship and earned a Master’s Degree in Drama Therapy from the University of Roehampton, London. He is a member of AEA and British Actors Equity. His theatre credits include Orlando Furioso directed by Mark Rylance, The Globe Theatre, Anthony and Cleopatra and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, directed by Barrie Rutter, Northern Broadsides World Tour including National Theatre Brazil, Germany, and Globe Theatre London. David performed the leading role in three productions that received London Time Out Critics Choice for best play including The Only Girl in the World by Glyn Maxwell, directed by Robert Horwell, Broken Journey by Glyn Maxwell, directed by Paul Garrington and The Sash by Hector MacMillan, directed by Dawn Finch. David has appeared in over 40 productions either as an actor or director. His film credits include My Name is Joe directed by acclaimed British director Ken Loach and The Late Fred Moss directed by David Crossman. He has appeared on several episodes of The Bill for ITV in the UK. David now works with Veterans suffering from Traumatic Brain Injury and Post Traumatic Stress as a Drama Therapist in Akron, Ohio where he has a private practice.

*denotes member Actors' Equity Association