David Shaw-Parker            Actor and Voice Artist

David Shaw-Parker trained at RADA in 1975 and began his career at the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1977 appearing in over twenty five productions between then and 1991. 

He went on to appear at The National Theatre in Oedipus Rex, The False Servant and My Fair Lady and in London's West End in Grand Hotel, The Country Wife, Acorn Antiques, Heavenly Ivy, Up n' Under, A Dead Secret, Milkwood Blues, Cyrano de Bergerac, Uncle Vanya at Hampstead Theatre and at The Print Room, Titus Andronicus at Shakespeare's Globe, McQueen at the St. James Theatre and Hobson's Choice at The Vaudeville Theatre. His numerous television credits include Endeavour, Victoria, The Crown, Inspector Morse, Space Precinct and The Commander and his films include Steven Soderbergh's Kafka, Uberto Pasolini's Still Life, The Man Who Knew Infinity and The Muppets' Christmas Carol.

His radio recordings include innumerable dramas such as Rumpole of the Bailey, Far Side of The Moore, Heading For Paradise, Headlong, Two-Pipe Problems and Number Ten and as a voice artist records audio books regularly for Macmillan, Penguin and Naxos for whom he has just narrated Trollope's Barsetshire Hexalogy and the complete and unabridged Palliser Novels'.


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Thursday August 1st 2019:

The new month kicks off with recording sessions for Between Worlds, a collection of fascinating folk tales and fairy stories by Kevin Crossley-Holland. The summer has been spent dubbing two television series from the continent for Netflix and recording a couple of science fiction audio productions.  
The Dukes Children, the last in Anthony Trollope's Palliser hexalogy is scheduled for imminent release.

I'm currently at home in London taking studio bookings for autumn with no theatre commitments until 2020.
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