David Goodall est un Acteur Britannique né le 19 novembre 1964
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Nationalité Royaume-uniNaissance 19 novembre 1964
David Goodall is a director, producer, composer, fight director and actor born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1964.
He was awarded "Best Director" at the New York International Film Festival in June 2011
Music of David's can be heard on "Nick Nairn's Wild Harvest", "Zig Zag" and "Saorsa" (BBC) as well as Artery and Eikon (ITV). Film credits include Fallen Angels, To Have And To Hold and In The Dark. His recent film scores include Crush and Changed Days.
As an actor, David has played many roles in console games including Haven, Defender and Dreamfall. He has voiced advertisements in English and Italian, and acted as forensics officer Eliot Bothwell in the long-running BBC Radio 4 police series "P Division", as well as "Lady MacBeth of Mtsensk" (BBC Radio 3), and the narrator for the documentary Last of the Scottish Wildcats. He played Angus Dobie in "The Angel's Share" by Ken Loach
He directed fights with Tony Curran on Red Road, with Kevin McKidd on That Old One and with Peter Mullan and Paddy Considine on Dog Altogether. He is also credited on Rebus and Taggart He worked as assistant stunt co-ordinator on the BBC show, Phoo Action with Dave Forman.
Since 1996, Goodall has worked as a producer and director at Soundsmove Facilities in Scotland.
He recently directed Crush - a film highlighting abuse in teenage relationships, and Changed Days - a film about a man suffering from dementia.
Best UK Film Under 60min at the Swansea Bay Film Festival - May 2011
Best International Short Film in Los Angeles International Film Festival - July 2011
Best Director at the Los Angeles International Film Festival - July 2011
Best Director at the New York International Film Festival - April 2011
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