David is pleased to return to A Christmas Carol in the roles of Jacob Marley and Old Joe after having just “reprised” his role as Colonel Arbuthnot in Murder on the Orient Express! Audiences may recognize David from his recent turns as Scrooge in CBT’s A Christmas Carol, and as Ed in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. David first became a CBT Company member in the Fall of 2000, performing in The Woman in Black, and has appeared now in over 60 CBT productions including HamletKing Charles IIIThe Santaland DiariesThe 39 StepsThe Trip to BountifulNoises OffKiss Me, KateFuddy MeersIt’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio PlayMoonlight and MagnoliasThe Merry Wives of WindsorAmadeusCopenhagenMajor BarbaraA Flea in Her EarStones in His Pockets; ‘ART’; The Rainmaker; and The Glass Menagerie among others. Regional: Playmaker’s Repertory; The Mark Taper Forum; Hollywood Actors’ Theatre; The iO Theatre Chicago; and Chicago TheatreWorks. Film: David recently finished filming a Feature-Length film, Angel of Light, which was shot and produced here in Knoxville, soon to be making the festival rounds. He has also appeared in Light from LightSomething, AnythingPrison Break-InThe Heart is DeceitfulGina: An Actress, Age 29Borrowers and LendersKilling Steve; and The Sleep Seeker. TV: Women of the Movement (ABC); SnappedFatal AttractionStorm of SuspicionVengeanceUnsolved Mysteries; and It’s A Miracle. David is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association and SAG-AFTRA. He is married to his beautiful wife, Jill; is father to his favorite “productions” of all-time, Devin and Caroline; and he plays step-dad to the fabulous Abby and Ethan Flowers! davidbrianalley.com