His Royal Shakespeare Company credits include "Oroononko", "Volpone", "Antony and Cleopatra", "Richard III", and the title role in "Henry VI Parts I, II and III".
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I think it's vital to have something outside your acting to keep you rooted in the real world, and help you fill the vacuum. If you have nothing else, it can be unhealthy. For me, being a Christian has been invaluable: it simply means acting isn't the centre of my life.
David made history when he became the first black actor to portray an English monarch for the Royal Shakespeare Company when he played the title role in a production of "Henry VI Parts I, II and III" (2000).