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David Hunter is an actor and singer from the North West of England. He trained at The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA), graduating from the Acting course in 2006.
Since then, David has forged careers in both music and acting, performing in every major Arena in the UK, as well as The National Theatre and the West End. You may know David from his performance as 'Guy' in the Olivier, Tony and Academy Award winning musical ONCE at The Phoenix Theatre, West End. David also gained national notoriety during his appearances on ITV's SUPERSTAR as he competed to play the role of 'Jesus' in Andrew Lloyd Webber's groundbreaking musical, Jesus Christ Superstar. He performed in front of millions, reaching the semi finals and receiving high praise throughout for his honest, dramatic performances.
David's West End credits include WAITRESS and KINKY BOOTS (Adelphi) ONCE (Phoenix) ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS (Adelphi) TOMMY (Prince Edward) and SEUSSICAL (Arts).
Other theatre credits include ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS (National Theatre and UK Tour) THE HIRED MAN (Leicester Curve and Colchester Mercury) PUB (The Royal Exchange) SPINACH (The Royal Exchange) and THE MAYOR OF ZALAMEA (Liverpool Everyman).
David has appeared in his first feature film NATIVITY 3, released in cinemas Nationwide Christmas 2014 and released on DVD Christmas 2015.
As the frontman of Pop/Rock band REEMER, David recorded with the Producers responsible for THE ROLLING STONES and THE WHO, before earning huge support slots, playing alongside THE FEELING, SCOUTING FOR GIRLS and finally McFLY on their full UK ARENA TOUR.
Waitress Waitress tells the story of Jenna, an expert pie maker in a small town, who dreams of a way out of her loveless marriage. A baking contest in a nearby county and the town’s new doctor may offer her a chance at a new life, while her fellow waitresses offer their own recipes to happiness. But Jenna must find the courage and strength within ...
Kinky Boots Inspired by true events, Kinky Boots takes you from a gentlemen's shoe factory in Northampton to the glamorous catwalks of Milan. Charlie Price is struggling to live up to his father's expectations and continue the family business of Price & Son. With the factory's future hanging in the balance, help arrives in the unlikely but spectac...
What are your plans for Thursday 23 April 2020? For #StageFaves fans in quarantine, the stellar online fundraiser All the Web's a Stage (held on Shakespeare's birthday) will be an absolute must-watch. We're delighted to support Theatre Together's efforts.
There are some theatre productions, both big and small, that aren’t going to make it through the current shutdown and we’re sad to report that when London Theatreland gets back to some kind of normal Waitress will be missing.
Check out the line-up for Lambert Jackson Productions and Theatre Café’s first week of their Leave A Light On series, beginning today (23 March 2020). The series of intimate, piano vocal concerts streamed live from The Theatre Café will feature performances from Blake Patrick Anderson, Aimie Atkinson, Christopher Cameron, Alice Fearn, Victoria Hamilton-Barritt, Evelyn Hoskins, David Hunter, Cassidy Janson, Lucie Jones, Bradley Judge and Harry Cooper Miller, Emma Kingston, Sarah O’Connor, Steph Parry, Danielle Steers and Layton Williams.
How many pies can you fit in before next summer? Following a final extension, WAITRESS has posted closing notices at the West End's Adelphi Theatre for 4 July 2020. Sweeter news? An extensive tour and London return is planned.
Best known for his performances in Falsettos, School of Rock and Funny Girl, actor Joel Montague will take over the role of Ogie from Joe Sugg in the London production of Waitress, beginning on 2 December 2019.