David Hepburn is a Scottish actor living in London. David has starred in lead and supporting roles over 30 stage shows across the UK, as well as multiple short films and feature films.
David moved from Aberdeen to London in 2013, just after he was reviewed as “one of the finest actors in Aberdeen” with his performance as Leo in Amy Herzog's "4000 Miles". David's credits also include Rodolpho in Arthur Miller's "A View From The Bridge" and Bill Snibson in "Me & My Girl".
In London, David has appeared on stage in London's West End in musical “Disappearing Wonderful”, as well as the iconic Jack the Ripper in “Miller’s Court” in Camden, and starred as Dorian Gray in "The Picture of Dorian Gray" in The Space Theatre in London and Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
David is writing his own screenplays, plays and music - working hard and looking for new challenges!
David is a Scottish writer living in London. Working as a primary teacher, David has always loved storytelling. With Screen Rebels, he has seen the work and development which goes in to screenplay writing and decided to start writing himself. David has written short scenes and plays, and "Happy Hunting" (written with Philip Catherwood) is David's first screenplay. David plans to write a lot more in the near future.