Ellen David

the proud recipient of the 2006 Innovative Theater Award for Outstanding Actress in a Lead Role for Working Man's Clothes production of "To Nineveh" by Bekah Brunstetter, as well as Outstanding Ensemble. After studying at Guildhall in London , she moved to Israel where she appeared on Israel National Television, toured with the English Theater of Tel Aviv, portrayed “Pilate's Wife” in Norman Jewison's film, “Jesus Christ Superstar” and dubbed numerous international movies. Back in New York , she was a founding member of the sketch comedy group, Rubber Feet. Regionally, she performed at the Cleveland Play House and the Hanna Theater . At The School House Theater she played “ Geneva ” in Lanford Wilson's “Redwood Curtain” and the fabulous “Bunny” in Albert Innaurato's “Gemini”. She had the title role in Clifford Odet's “The Country Girl” at Fleetwood Stage, where she also performed “Love Letters”. She recently participated in staged readings of “The Substance Of Fire” with Richard Dreyfuss and Matthew Arkin and “Pecking Order” by Demetra P. Kareman. She joined Charles Grodin and an excellent group of actors for the "Invisible Symposium", the kickoff of the 2006 European Dream Festival. She can be seen on an episode of Law&Order, “Kid Pro Quo”. Currently she is acting in various independent films, recording Talking Books, and working in the commercial and voiceover markets. She is on the board of directors of JBI International where she has recorded numerous talking books for the blind and visually impaired. She is also a long standing volunteer for SAG's “Book Pals” program, where she reads stories weekly to children in an inner city school.

Shows participated in:
Many Worlds (2006 - 07) Performer