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David Foubert is an accomplished, classically trained Equity actor whose credits include touring with The Acting Company (based in New York City); significant experience with the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, North Carolina Shakespeare Festival, and The National Shakespeare Company; and world premiere plays in New York, New Jersey and Seattle. David holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Delaware’s PTTP program and a BA in Theatre from Central Washington University.
David is also an experienced screen actor, with featured roles in several short films, significant roles in a industrials for companies including AT&T and Microsoft, as well as an appearance on All My Children. Mr. Foubert is also a published playwright – as co-author of “Who Doth Inhabit the Primary Position” (a Shakespearean parody of the original ‘Who’s On First’ routine), his work is being produced across the globe.
After many years in the New York City area, David returned to the Seattle metro area in the past few years to help care for his ailing mother. As a Tacoma native, David longed for a return to the region’s greenery and serenity, and is excited to join the Seattle acting scene and work with the incredible talent in the region. When not onstage, David works for several event companies in the region doing carpentry, event setup, and A/V support.
“Chaldea” Web Series, October 2016 – ?
“Red Velvet”: Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey, September 2016 (Pierre Laponte)
Various industrial and commercial film projects, 2016
“Shining City”: Island Stage Left, November 2015 (Ian)
“A Christmas Carol”: ACT – A Contemporary Theatre, Winter 2014 (Jacob Marley)
“Henry VIII”: Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey, October-November 2014 (Title role)
“An Evening of One Acts”: ACT – A Contemporary Theatre, July-August 2014 (Magician, Cisco)
“Richard II”: Seattle Shakespeare Company, January-February 2014 (Henry Bolingbroke)
“Taming of the Shrew”: Island Stage Left, July – August 2013 (Petrucchio)
“Across a Little Red Marker”: World Premiere, March 2013
“SubMAN”: short film, Spring 2012
“September Skies” (world premiere), September 2011