David Patrick Stucky
David Patrick Stucky, an American actor living in London recently completed filming a feature film Eaten Alive in the principal role of Blackwood. As part of the Camden Fringe Festival he was well reviewed in the two-handler Area 52 at the Tristan Bates Theatre.He has appeared in several fringe stage productions and short films in the last two years including Job Type Permanent and The Saddle on screen and Been on the Job Too Long. Prior to moving to London he performed the title role in Mark Twain: Chapters From My Autobiography on stage in New York and reprised the role in a short film Twain at 70. He has also produced the Twain piece twice in London, once with So and So Art's Club and at the OSO in Barnes. He appeared in the feature film Tomorrow Comes Today in 2012. As the Voice of the Farnsworth Art Museum made 13 radio commercials and promotions, Presented two films The Start of Tomorrow and The Heart of the Matter. He was also the Narrator for the documentary film Ballet From the Diaghilev Era.