David Forest



Bridget Jones's Baby

The Illusionist

The Weekend

David Forest


The Volunteers

Hear Me Now (pop video)

Run for Your Wife

Home Front

Time and the Tide

David Forest



Roberto Zucco

Jarvis vs Swann Tours

Little Kids

The Bargain

Country Life


The Swimming Pool Library


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David Forest plays Arthur Merson, a pianist and singer/songwriter, in David Hamphire’s play Funny Turns, which transfers to Jermyn Street Theatre from 15th to 20th July, following its sold-out run at the Museum of Comedy earlier this year. The play is directed by Hayward B. Morse.

David’s performance includes the song, Don’t send my Wanda to Wandsworth: words by David Hamphire and music by Charles Miller and David Forest.

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David Forest headshot by Robin Savage

David Forest is a character actor with many years’ experience in film, television, theatre and audio.

Feature film credits include Bridget Jones’s Baby and The Illusionist. See the Video page for David’s video player, showing a range of tracks from his YouTube channel.

Recent audio work includes the voice of Jon Snow’s grandfather in My Grandfather the WW1 General, and Morten Kiil in Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People (Wireless Theatre Company, starring Owen Teale). The Audio page features an audio player with a selection of tracks from various different genres.

Theatre includes Roberto Zucco (LAMDA Linbury Studio), Borderland (Brockley Jack), Country Life (GBS Theatre RADA) and Run for Your Wife (Sheringham Little Theatre, directed by Nicky Henson).


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David Forest television recording

David Forest is also a singer-songwriter and pianist. His sixth one-man show, Playing with Myself, features twelve of his own songs.

Click here for his other website, playingwithmyself.info, which features audio and video recordings (including his 2016 appearance in Britain’s Got Talent, which attracted three quarters of a million viewers on YouTube), and details of his live-performance CD.