Artist Profile - David Pullan
|DAVID PULLAN - 20s-40s - Quirky, expressive, authentic||Click to listen||Right click to download|
|DAVID PULLAN - Documentary/Narrative (Australian)||Click to listen||Right click to download|
Originally from Adelaide, David’s career as an actor has seen him appearing in everything from “Richard III” at the Royal Shakespeare Company to “The Bill” for ITV and “The Browning Version” for Paramount Pictures with Albert Finney to a long running Rennies Advert in Europe.
He spent 11 months playing the lead in “The Woman in Black” in the West End, which included a Tuesday matinee with an audience of 300 bored teenagers from Peckham and Henry Kissinger.
His voice over career began in Australia voicing commercials and since moving to the UK his work has included radio and TV commercials, radio plays (BBC), revoicing (The History Channel), TV documentaries (“Trouble at the Top”), commercial radio idents (Capital Radio) and corporate films as well as live presentation voice-overs for awards ceremonies.